||Community Health Nursing
||Theory and practice emphasizing primary health care principles, assessment and health promotion with individuals, families, aggregates and communities.
||Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week; community practicum 15 hours per week; selected laboratory sessions.
||open to Nursing majors and permission of the Department.
||Police record check with a vulnerable sector screening is required. Agency policies will determine submission deadline. Check with Department. Clinical course requirements (immunization and CPR) must be submitted to the Nursing Office by June 1. Failure to comply with the due date will result in a late fee and/or deregistration. Clinical practicum may be scheduled in the evening and/or on weekends. Transportation to clinical placement is a student responsibility. Nursing program practicum fee will be applied.
||Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in NUSC 4P40 and 4P92.