Subject: Nursing
Credit units: 6
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 230 Clinical Service hours
College: Nursing
Department: Nursing (Dean's Office)


Provides opportunities to apply community health theories related to population health promotion, capacity building, community level change theory, and social theory. Emphasis will be on community assessment, program development, implementation, and evaluation with an integration of topics such as research, ethics, and the development of healthy public policy. Depending on the clinical placement, other opportunities may exist to explore epidemiology, social marketing, communicable disease management, global and environmental health, and issues unique to Saskatchewan's Aboriginal, rural, and remote populations.

Restriction(s): Restricted to students in the College of Nursing who are registered in the B.S.N. program or the Post-Degree B.S.N. Option.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 304.3, NURS 306.3, NURS 307.3, NURS 308.3, NURS 321.3 or NURS 328.3, NURS 322.3, NURS 330.3, NURS 331.3, NURS 332.3, NURS 333.3 and NURS 312.3 or NURS 305.6.
Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): NURS 422.3, NURS 430.3 and NURS 440.3.
Note: Please note that the restricted elective must be completed before or at the same time as this course.

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