DNP 7102 Population Health I

This course will examine and evaluate prevention strategies, healthcare quality measures, diversity principles, and patient safety considerations related to population health. In section I, students will analyze epidemiological, biostatistical, and environmental data related to both individuals and aggregates to synthesize interventions related to health promotion, clinical prevention, and access to care. Students will apply these principles along with knowledge of advanced nursing practice to conduct a comprehensive and systematic assessment of health and illness related to population health. 28 experiential engagement hours aligned with the AACN DNP Essentials will be completed in this course.




Admission to the Combined Post-Masters FNP or AGPCNP Certificate/DNP option or Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.