||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.
||clinical course requirements (immunization, CPR and police check) 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.