NUR 3304

NUR 3304 Introduction to Rural and Border Communities (3-0). This course introduces the students to the concept of rural and border communities compared to urban/suburban. The focus is on the changes over time differences impact of health awareness and access to health care preventive and treatment resources. This course addresses potential for health promotion and disease prevention in the rural and border community. Skills include identifying sources of health-related information for population/community assessment as basis for policy planning. The unique role of being known to the population as a member of the community and also the professional health provider role related to confidentiality and trust. Students will engage in the community to assess perceptions and practices. The role and challenges of the community health nurse are introduced.

Fall 2021

Intro Ru/Bo Communities   Section 001   Gordon Mattimoe
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