DN713: Epidemiology and Social Determinants of Population Health

DN713: Epidemiology and Social Determinants of Population Health

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This course focuses on comprehending, synthesizing, and applying emerging scientific knowledge specific to clinical prevention and population health. You will synthesize trends among epidemiologic, biostatistical, and environmental data to derive solutions to tenacious or new health care problems based on existing health data sets and the scientific literature. Social determinants of health in the processes of conducting risk assessment, intervention development and implementation, health care delivery planning, and evaluation will be considered. Models of clinical prevention and population health care delivery will be evaluated. This course requires 20 supervised practice hours focused on population health. DN713: Epidemiology and Social Determinants of Population Health

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: None | Corequisite: DN703