Instructor Info:
Name: CAMPBELL, SUZANNE
Office Telephone: (604) 822-7748
Email: Suzanne.Campbell@ubc.ca
Taught Sections:
Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments
RestrictedNURS 506 001Seminar1 Tue13:0016:00

******* IF course is FULL please contact School of Nursing Student Support Office (student.services@nursing.ubc.ca) ******* Seats in course are prioritized for School of Nursing Graduate student students. This section is prioritized for MN-NP students with limited availability for MSN and MPHMSN students. All non Nursing Graduate Students must contact academic.support@nursing.ubc.ca to obtain permission to register in the course. Student Services at the School of Nursing will contact the Instructor and Graduate Program Coordinator to facilitate permissio and ~

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Nursing 506 examines the role of health promotion in diverse practice contexts. Class members will explore various health promotion strategies, approaches and interventions. Emphasis is on how to adapt health promotion strategies, approaches and interventions in ways that take the social and economic contexts of peoples lives into account.

RestrictedNURS 511 102Seminar1 Tue9:0012:00

******* IF course is FULL please contact School of Nursing Student Support Office (student.services@nursing.ubc.ca) ******* Seats in course are prioritized for MN-NP students. All other students must contact academic.support@nursing.ubc.ca to obtain permission to register in the course. Student Services at the School of Nursing will contact the Instructor and Graduate Program Coordinator to facilitate permission.

This course provides students with the opportunity to explore the evolution of nursing knowledge and the processes of theoretical and analytical reasoning as they apply to nursing. In the context of the course students will apply critical thinking to the understanding and resolution of nursing problems.