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Where do graduates work?


Graduates of the Community Health Nursing program hold a variety of positions in
education (e.g. community, staff, students, and colleagues), case management, clinical practice, consultation, research, and administration.

Examples of advanced public health nursing positions are:

  • health promotion specialist for a managed care organization,
  • consultant with a state health department,
  • nursing and public health faculty at universities and colleges,
  • public health nursing advisor at a state department of public health,
  • emergency preparedness coordinator,
  • director of student health services at a college,
  • supervisor of clinical services for a community health center,
  • director of clinical services in ambulatory care division of an acute care hospital,
  • director of local public health department,
  • planner of patient education for a large outpatient service,
  • program director in an international non-governmental organization,
  • occupational and environmental health settings,
  • school nurse/school nurse leadership positions,
  • staff development specialist for a home health agency.
 
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