NUR 346 – Utica University – Homework help & Answers

NUR 346 – Care of Populations and Communities (3) at Utica University is a three-credit undergraduate course that introduces students to the principles and practices of population and community health nursing.

The course covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • The social determinants of health
  • Health equity and disparities
  • Health promotion and disease prevention
  • Public health surveillance and data analysis
  • Program planning and implementation
  • Community engagement


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Students in NUR 346 will develop the knowledge and skills they need to assess the health needs of populations and communities, and to develop and implement interventions to improve health outcomes. They will also learn how to collaborate with other healthcare professionals and community partners to promote health and well-being for all.

Prerequisites: None

Recommended text: Community/Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Populations, by Stanhope and Lancaster, 9th edition, Elsevier


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NUR 346 – Utica University – Homework help & Answers

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