Health and Healing VII: Promoting Community and Societal Health
Explores knowledge for nursing as a practice of relationship and inquiry, in promoting community and societal health. Emphasis is placed on working with community and society, from perspectives of social justice, health equity and political action, community development and capacity building for community health promotion, and transformative and emancipatory approaches to teaching and learning. Students will engage in community-based learning activities to integrate theory and practice.
- Normally, a student must pass both theory and practice co-requisites in the same term to advance in the program. If a student fails one co-requisite but achieves a minimum grade of B (73-76%) or higher in the second the student may not be required to complete both co-requisites again the next time they are offered.
- For BSN Partnership students:
- Health and Healing VI.
- For Post-diploma students:
- NURS 345.
- For Post-diploma and BSN Partnership students (Aurora College, College of the Rockies and Selkirk College only):
- NURS 351.