Knowledge Development in Public Health Nursing
Examines the history of public health nursing focusing on exemplary leaders engaged in creating change in their community. The emergence of nursing knowledge and understanding public health nursing as a synthesis of public health and nursing science is emphasized. Includes a critical examination of the roles of nurses in public health as well as exploring exemplary nurse led community based programs, services and policies related to disease prevention, health promotion and primary health care.
Graduate course in the Public Health and Social Policy program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.