NS4320 - Community Approaches to Care
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||School of Nursing, Midwifery & Nutrition (pre 2015)
This subject covers the theoretical foundations of working with the community, such
as applied primary health care, epidemiology, and health care systems. It guides students
through the process of community assessment and program planning and evaluation. It
also applies the principles of health promotion to a number of vulnerable populations.
- describe contemporary quality and safety processes for community nursing and care;
- apply demographic and epidemiological principles to community health;
- define cultural competence in the context of community nursing and care;
- outline the link between the primary health care movement and contemporary community
- transfer theoretical concepts in community health to various vulnerable populations
and across the lifespan.
Study Period 1
|Census Date 27-Mar-2014
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- 80 hours professional experience
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||end of semester exam (50%); (50%).
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