Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate synthesis of practice theories and evidence based concepts form nursing and the arts, sciences, humanities to provide comprehensive nursing care in a variety of settings.

  • Demonstrate leadership skills in evidence based practice to promote continuous improvement in quality and safety of health care.

  • Integrate nursing research findings in planning, implementing, and evaluating nursing practice and patient centered outcomes.

  • Incorporate knowledge and skills related to information management and patient care technologies to deliver safe and effective care.

  • Incorporate legislative, regulatory, ethical and professional standards to define a professional identity and scope of nursing practice.

  • Organize and facilitate the delivery of comprehensive, efficient and appropriate patient centered care across the health care continuum.

  • Communicate, collaborate, and negotiate using effective communication as a member of the interprofessional health team.

  • Demonstrate personal and professional responsibility and accountability for safe and effective nursing practice incorporating health promotion and illness prevention.

  • Participate in the discipline of nursing to promote its contribution to society through professional organizations, political process, collegiality, collaboration and continual growth toward expert clinical practice.

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