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Educational Outcomes

Upon entry into practice, the graduate of the Associate Degree Nursing Program will be able to:

 
  1. Utilize activities of the nursing process to provide therapeutic nursing interventions while assisting clients of all ages to participate in health promotion, maintenance, and restoration or in care through the dying process.
  2. Demonstrate communication ability by establishing and maintaining culturally competent therapeutic relationships.
  3. Design, implement, and evaluate teaching plans of clients.
  4. Use knowledge of consumer rights and responsibilities to plan for and intervene on behalf of clients while delivering cost-effective care.
  5. Delegate aspects of care to nursing personnel commensurate with their education and experience.
  6. Use critical thinking as a basis for nursing practice.
  7. Use knowledge of group dynamics to improve client care.
  8. Use informatics, accepted standards, and evidenced-based practice to deliver, document and manage client care.
  9. Assume responsibility for continued education and professional development.
  10. Practice within the ethical and legal framework of the profession of nursing and State Nurse Practice Act.
  11. Recognize the relevance of nursing research in advancing nursing practice.
  12. Participate in the establishment of collegial relationships for the purpose of improving client outcomes.
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