Lippincott Clinical Experiences: Community, Public, and Population Health Nursing

Expose your students to real-world clinical situations in diverse (yet safe!) settings, situations, and populations! How? With Lippincott Clinical Experiences: Community, Public, and Population Health Nursing, which presents engaging environments that provide real-life applications of key community, public, and population concepts.

Prepare your students for practice. Ensure your graduates understand the multifaceted nature of community, public, and population health and are consistently exposed to diverse settings, situations, and populations!

  • Teach your students a strengths-based approach to community and public health so they don't feel helpless when faced with vulnerable populations and difficult situations.
  • Resolve logistical challenges you face in scheduling clinical with these clinical replacement modules.
  • Expose your students to urban and rural environments so they’re prepared to work anywhere their careers may take them.
  • Change your students’ mindset from nurse-client to a population focus.
  • Add interactivity to your hybrid or online courses to boost student engagement.
  • Ensure your clinical and simulation experiences meet BSN Essentials and Henry Street Consortium Competencies.

Watch the video now and see how you can enhance your students’ clinical skills with Lippincott Clinical Experiences: Community, Public, and Population Health Nursing.

KEY FEATURES:

Independent, portable virtual experiences give students rich, broad, applied, anytime and anywhere community health clinicals.

Assignments provided for both the virtual and real-world experiences tie content to practical application and allow students to broaden their understanding of community, public, and population health issues.

Virtual experiences allow students to practice communication and intervention skills and gain experience with dangerous, sensitive, and vulnerable settings and situations in a safe, low-stakes engaging environment.

Prepare your students for practice. Ensure your graduates understand the multifaceted nature of community, public, and population health and are consistently exposed to diverse settings, situations, and populations!

Diverse settings (such as a prison, client home, disaster, and homeless and domestic violence shelter) allow students to experience the breadth of community health nursing.

Reports on student assessments, as well as actions completed in the virtual experience, provide instructors and students with the information need for success.