NURS 686 - International and Intercultural Perspectives in Health and Nursing

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Faculty of Nursing

The focus of this course is on relationships among health, development, globalization and human resources to reduce health inequities and foster social justice. Emphasis is placed on fostering an appreciation of the meaning of global, epidemiological, demographic, historical, socio-cultural, environmental, economic, and political contexts in relation to the changing pattern in health of populations, the development of nursing and/or other health professions and health services, the impact on delivery and planning of nursing/health care and the nursing/health professions response within the global context. This course cannot be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in NURS 660 - Int'l Health and Nursing

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