NURSNG212-01A Health Promotion and Teaching (with Linda Joyce Chiofar)
This general education course introduces students to the principles and practices of health promotion and health education. Students analyze environmental, sociocultural, economic, legal and interpersonal variables affecting individual health behaviors and outcomes. The influence of relationships among individuals, health care providers, and the health care system on health outcomes is evaluated. The course considers dominant models, theories, and perspectives used to explain health behavior in relation to evidence-based health promotion and health education strategies. Emphasis is given to effective communication skills. NURSNG 212 is the only course that will satisfy the CNHS Intermediate Seminar requirement for nursing majors.
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 102, and a First Year Seminar (if required) NURSING or EHS students only. Department Permission Required
Registration for Summer Session I is closed.