Clinical Prevention and Population Health

Description: Lecture/seminar, three hours. Requisite: doctoral standing. Enables DNP students to integrate, synthesize, and apply key concepts introduced in previous coursework in order to incorporate core components into practice. Evidence-based practice, clinical preventive service and health promotion, health systems and policy, and population health and community aspects of practice are emphasized through focus on current health issues. Letter grading.

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