Introduction to Population Health - New Free Course
A new approach of health care is emerging in this country in which multiple entities within the community work together to better address upstream determinants of health such as: the availability of employment in a community; the availability of public transportation; affordable health insurance; access to health care providers; affordable and safe housing; the presence or absence of air pollution; crime; full-service grocery stores supplying fresh fruits and vegetables; and more.
The approach focuses on the health of the population, and calls for action to improve the health outcomes for all Americans despite their gender, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, disability status, lesbian, sexual orientation, or geography.
To that end, “Introduction to Population Health” was developed in partnership with the Connecticut Nursing Collaborative-Action Coalition and the Connecticut League for Nursing, under a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. This four-module, online self-paced course is to serve as a primer for nurses, nursing students and other healthcare providers to expand their knowledge of Population Health and transform their approach as to how patients and clients are cared for within the community.
Insights Gained after taking the Course:
As a practicing nurse-
“I gained new understanding and broader perspective of population health,and have a greater appreciation for social determinants of health.”
“It is so important to know (Population Health). Knowledge of how we can help our patients by knowing more about their lives outside of the hospital. It definitely is going to help me and my practice.”
As a nurse educator-
“I plan to use the modules in my classroom discussions and clinical learning activities.”
“Great resources to incorporate into a ﬂipped classroom scenario and provide students an opportunity for teach-back and reﬂective learning.”
To register for this FREE self-paced Course click here: https://www.clnonlineeducation.com
- Population Health Free Course 644.93 kB