NRSG 809. Health Promotion and Complementary Therapeutics. 3 Hours.

Current trends in health promotion and clinical preventive care across the lifespan are examined. Specific guidelines for assisting clients to maintain/improve health and/or prevent illness are reviewed. Attention is given to the roles of the health care provider and care recipient in screening, communication, and counseling. The use of complementary (non-pharmacological) therapeutics in assisting clients to achieve goals of health promotion is examined. The recommendation and use of non-pharmacological interventions will be evaluated based on research findings related to selection of therapeutics and measurement of expected outcomes following use of a particular intervention. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate nursing program, or consent of instructor. LEC.

Doctor of Nursing Practice

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...Core: NRSG 801 Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning , NRSG 806 Advanced Physiology , NRSG 809...

Master of Science in Health Informatics

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...and Communication Planning 2 NRSG 808 The Social...of Epidemiology 3 PRVM 809 Introduction to Public...