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NURS 7750 BBS II: Interpersonal Phenomena & Determinants
Credit hours: 3 per Semester
Cluster: Chronic and Disabling Conditions and Palliative Care, Quantitative Research Methods and Statistical Analysis,Quantitative Research Methods
www.nursing.ucdenver.edu/coursecatalog

 

Course Level: Doctoral Advanced

Course Type: PhD

IPE: No

Course Open to: PhD Students

Institution:University of Colorado

Pre-requisites: Not applicable.

Course Description: This course focuses on the interpersonal phenomena that arise from interrelationships among psychosocial, behavioral, biological, and environmental determinants of health states across the lifespan.

 

Method of Instruction: asynchronous

Delivery Platform: Canvas

Campus visits required: Optional one week intensive week in Aurora

Course Contact: Christopher Foster

email: professional.development@ucdenver.edu

 

Tuition: NEXus Common Price.

 

Other considerations: By the end of this course, the learner will be able to: 1) Analyze key theoretical perspectives commonly associated with biobehavioral phenomena and determinants. 2) Apply a theoretical perspective to a biobehavioral phenomena associated with a selected area of interest. 3) Analyze interactions among the biological, psychological and social factors influencing a selected area of interest. 4)Critique research designs and methods appropriate for the study of environmental and biobehavioral phenomena of health and illness.

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

SPRING 2018

Section: BXN
Instructor:TBA
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester



SPRING 2019

Section: BXN
Instructor:Madalynn Neu
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester



SPRING 2016

Section: BXN
Instructor:TBA
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester

Travel not required / remotely accessible - Intensive will be February 1 - 5, 2016.



SPRING 2017

Section: BXN
Instructor:Madalynn Neu
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Semester



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