NURS 399: Law, Aging, and Health Care

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NEW Course for Fall 2018

Nursing 399-CRN 89708 Section 002 – 3 credits

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Nursing 399-CRN 89708 Section 002 – 3 credits

We are excited to announce that we will be offering a new course for fall 2018.  Dr. Lenora Lee, a faculty member of the School of Law and the School of Nursing will teach a NEW online 3 credit course in the fall open to undergraduate and graduate students. It is a course that combines gerontology, healthcare and law.

It is offered online by:

  • the Dept. of Nursing (CRN 89708 Section 002)
  • approved as a Social Work Upper Division Elective
  • approved as an elective by the FAMR/HDFs program
  • and approved for the Center on Aging’s undergraduate Certificate on Aging

On-line, Asynchronous

It is especially designed for those who need a flexible schedule, or who work, or who want to know more about the important legal issues facing older persons, their families and their caregivers. It is an introductory course that can help individuals understand laws that especially pertain to older adults and can prepare for future physical or mental incapacity. In this course, she will cover subjects such what is guardianship, powers of attorney, advance health care directives, elder abuse, and end of life issues.  

Who Should take Nursing 399-CRN 89708 Section 002

Students who are interested in:

  • Nursing
  • Law
  • Social Work
  • Gerontology
  • Caregiving
  • Healthcare