The consequences of this process in light of the DNP role will be discussed.
This assignment provides documentation of students’ ability to meet the following course outcomes:
- Distinguish the roles and relationships between epidemiology and biostatistics in the prevention of disease and the improvement of health. (PO 1)
- Assimilate principles of epidemiology with scientific data necessary for epidemiologic intervention and draw appropriate inferences from epidemiologic data. (PO 1)
- Synthesize ethical and legal principles regarding the collection, maintenance, utilization and dissemination of epidemiologic data. (PO 1)
- Utilize appropriate public health terminology and definitions of epidemiology necessary for intra-/interprofessional collaboration in advanced nursing practice. (PO 8)
- Analyze the role of the advanced practice nurse to overcoming access barriers by providing culturally-relevant and high-quality healthcare for vulnerable and high-risk populations. (PO 1)
- Differentiate biopsychosociopolitical and economic/environmental conditions impacting epidemiologic perspectives that inform scientific, ethical, economic, and political discussion of public health issues. (PO 1)
- Articulate the driving and restraining forces of public health screening programs. (PO 1)
- Examine selected strategies for increasing intra-/interprofessional collaboration in interventional health education programs across healthcare settings. (PO 8)
- Formulate an interventional public health program in response to an identified epidemiologic problem. (PO 1)
- Integrate intra-/interprofessional collaboration in the design, implementation, and outcomes evaluation elements of a selected interventional public health program for improving health.