[NURS 835 – Population Health and Epidemiology at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) is a comprehensive nursing course offered within the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, focusing on the critical principles of population health and epidemiology.
Key components of NURS 835 include:
Population health theories and models
Epidemiological principles and study designs
Data analysis and interpretation in population health
Health disparities and social determinants of health
Strategies for health promotion and disease prevention
Ethical considerations in population health nursing
Application of evidence-based practices in promoting community health
The course is designed to prepare nursing professionals to understand and address health issues at the population level, emphasizing the importance of prevention and health promotion. NURS 835 integrates theoretical knowledge with practical applications, equipping students with the skills necessary for promoting the well-being of communities.
This course is ideal for individuals seeking advanced proficiency in population health and epidemiology, providing a foundation for nursing practitioners to contribute effectively to public health initiatives and community well-being.