RNBS 4601 Community and Population Focused Nursing

This course introduces the RN to concepts of community health utilizing the population focused nursing process. Includes levels of disease prevention, principles of epidemiology, community assessment, environmental health, disaster preparedness, and professional nursing roles and interprofessional collaboration in various community settings.  Emphasis is on health promotion, risk reduction, and disease management across the lifespan in selected community settings. 3:3


Successful completion of RNBS 3303, RNBS 3312, RNBS 3415, RNBS 3333, RNBS 4312, RNBS 4631 and admission to the RN-BSN track. Special permission required from the School of Nursing to take out of sequence.


Online sections of this course will have a fee of $14.00 per credit hour.