N 391D N 391D. Advanced Public Health Nursing: Community and Population Assessment. 3 Hours.
Theories and methods to assess populations, communities, and aggregates. Students apply appropriate strategies to assess the strengths and needs of a selected population or community and make public health nursing diagnoses of populations or communities as the foundation for planning public health programs for health promotion and disease prevention. One and one-half lecture hours and six laboratory hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and credit or registration for Nursing 391H.