DN743 Clinical Decision Making for Practice Doctorate

DN743: Practice Doctorate Clinical Decision-Making

Within this course, participants will critically analyze prevalent and emerging clinical prevention and population health issues at an aggregate level. Students will exhibit and employ experiential, contextual, and evidence-based best practices, assessing cost/benefits and formulating systematic plans for quality improvement benchmarks. The ultimate objective is to design interventions for clinical prevention and population health at an aggregate level. Completion of this course includes a requirement of 50 supervised practice hours, which can be credited towards the doctoral project.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: DN733