During the final weeks of PFAP, the student groups synthesize the information they have gathered into 45-minute presentations for their peers.
In PFAP, different work products are assigned to achieve the same outcomes, defining and assessing a population and applying the core functions of public health.
With PFAP, the students demonstrate increased ability to apply basic concepts of CHN, including population and community analysis, core public health functions, and effective advocacy to affect the health of populations.
Each semester, challenges have emerged with PFAP, and a certain amount of fine tuning has taken place.
Coordinating PFAP can be a challenge because the components are interwoven between the theory and clinical courses.
students in PFAP are accustomed to the advantages and disadvantages.
The PFAP is adaptable to other baccalaureate nursing programs.