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Educational Outcomes

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

 
  1. Utilize the nursing process, nursing judgment, and evidence-based practice to advocate for and provide patient-centered care across the lifespan.
  2. Demonstrate communication ability by establishing and maintaining individualized and culturally competent therapeutic relationships.
  3. Develop, implement, and evaluate teaching plans to achieve quality patient outcomes.
  4. Use knowledge of consumer rights and responsibilities to plan for, advocate for, and intervene on behalf of clients while delivering cost-effective care.
  5. Delegate aspects of care to nursing personnel based on education, experience, and scope of practice.
  6. Collaborate with other health care providers to provide and improve patient care and outcomes.
  7. Use information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, reduce error, and support clinical decision making.
  8. Assume responsibility for continued education and professional development.
  9. Demonstrate professional behavior and integrate the role of professional identity in practice.
  10. Practice within the ethical and legal framework of the profession of nursing and State Nurse Practice Act.
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