DN743: Clinical Decision Making for Practice Doctorate

In this course, students will analyze current and emerging aggregate-level clinical prevention and population health issues. Students will demonstrate and apply experiential, contextual, and evidence-based best practices, cost/benefits, and systematic plans for quality improvement benchmarks with the end goal of designing aggregate-level clinical prevention and population health interventions. This course requires 50 supervised practice hours, which may be applied to the doctoral project.

Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: DN733

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