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Outcomes

Curriculum Outcomes – National Standards and Competencies

  • Collaborate with the family and health team to assist clients in meeting basic needs (Maslow) by using actions and judgment appropriate to clients’ development level. (Erikson)
  • Integrate knowledge of general education, nursing and science to provide nursing care for clients and family.
  • Communicate independently in an effective therapeutic manner with client’s families, health team and members of the community.
  • Use appropriate learning principles for clients’ families in a variety of settings.
  • Act as patient advocate for clients and families recognizing human dignity and cultural diversity.
  • Use the nursing process in providing safe physical and psychosocial care for clients and families.
  • Collaborate with clients, families, and health team members in maintaining and promoting health.
  • Demonstrate nursing competence by making appropriate decisions based on critical analysis.
  • Demonstrate effective management skills in providing nursing care for client families
  • Demonstrate nursing competence using critical thinking.
  • Use current technology in the implementation of safe nursing practice.
  • Use legal and ethical principles in delivery of nursing care.
  • Analyze health care economics and input on client care.
  • Demonstrates a personal ethic of social responsibility and service.
  • Meet the accepted standards of practice and maintain professional ethics.