NURS 3210 Contemporary Issues in Public Health (Fall/Spring: 3 )
This course provides students the opportunity to apply the foundational skills of public health to contemporary public health issues. The course integrates data and research to begin a more in-depth examination of the major burdens of disease and several emerging areas of concern. With a consistent goal of reducing health disparities, the course identifies population-level risk factors as well as evidence-based interventions for health promotion and disease prevention. Principles and concepts learned in ‘Public Health in a Global Society’ are reinforced through specific health conditions, behaviors, and topics.
Instructor(s): Joyce Edmonds and Summer Hawkins
Last Updated: 10-Jun-14