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Engage Community & Public Health

Engage Community and Public Health takes all the learning benefits and interactive features of ATI’s leading Engage Series and puts them to work for community and public health content. Beyond the variety of interwoven activities, multimedia, unfolding case studies, embedded virtual applications with branching logic, quizzes, podcasts, annotation capabilities, many ready-to-use educator resources, and more, Engage Community and Public Health also:


Helps students shift their mindset from a focus on individual care to the “big picture” of population health.


Introduces students to policies in easy-to-understand ways with the first three lessons focused on theories, concepts, historical influences, and principles of community and public health.


Prepares students for clinicals and professional practice by exposing them to realistic, and often hard to come by, community and public health clients and scenarios. Experiences are interwoven as students learn content with embedded virtual application simulations, including windshield surveys.

18 Modules:

Content designed to replace a textbook means our extensive team of nurse educators and other teams of subject matter expert reviewers have ensured all the right evidence-based, need-to-know information for today’s nurse generalist is included. And that’s a promise we’ll always uphold with ongoing annual reviews and updates to ensure the latest evidence-based practices are used – a challenge for traditional printed textbooks. Plus, easily see where content addresses AACN’s latest Essentials with student call-outs as they learn. Explore the full list of ready-to-use educator resources and reporting capabilities at

Unit 1: Foundations of Community and Public Health Nursing

  • Introduction to Community, Population, Public, and Global Health
  • Historical Influences on Community and Public Health Nursing
  • Principles in Community and Public Health Nursing

Unit 2: Drivers of Health

  • Individual Influences
  • Social Influences
  • Economic Influences
  • Environmental Influences

Unit 3: Using the Evidence

  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Epidemiology
  • Prevention and Control of Diseases and Illnesses

Unit 4: Improving the Community’s Health

  • Community Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation
  • Health Education
  • Emergency Preparedness and Management

Unit 5: Individual and Family Well-Being

  • Family
  • Children
  • Adults

Unit 6: Populations at Risk for Disruptions in Well-Being

  • At-Risk and Vulnerable Populations and Related Effects on Health
  • Violence and Abuse

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