2021-2022 Catalog

NUR 316 Community Health Nursing

A theoretical foundation for the implementation of the nursing process in the community setting. The course includes introduction to the concepts of individual, family, and community as clients, roles of the community health nurse, concepts of epidemiology with focus on primary, secondary and tertiary prevention measures. An overview of the health care delivery systems at local, state, and national levels, reimbursement issues, community assessment and program planning are examined. Three classroom lecture hours per week along with a clinical component. Course will expire after teach-out based on new 2020-2021 curriculum change, last expected offering Fall 2021. Fees: $245.00 testing fee and $50 laboratory fee.




NUR 315, NUR 372, NUR 407


Fall and Spring in Lebanon Program; Summer and Fall in Online Program