|ATC||NUR||2010D||3||Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Culturally Diverse Populations|
Health promotion and disease prevention are examined from theoretical foundations to clinical applications. The distance education (synchronous) course focuses on individual and community health promotion assessment, screening, and interventions in diverse populations. Epidemiological principles and real clinical examples are discussed as a basis for focusing health promotion assessment and interventions. Course topics are delineated according to health people 2010 goals with a corresponding focus on factors related to health care disparities among vulnerable populations. Current research in health promotion and disease prevention is the basis for identifying appropriate interventions in diverse populations and settings.