Students will be able to:
· Collect, analyze and prioritize relevant physical, developmental, psychosocial, cultural, spiritual, functional assessment data to provide individualized patient care.
· Utilize the nursing process, critical thinking, evidence-based information, and knowledge from the arts and sciences to support sound clinical decisions.
· Plan and implement nursing care in a safe, compassionate, and culturally sensitive manner that preserves human dignity and promotes growth of individuals and families.
· Communicate effectively through verbal, nonverbal, written, and technological means with individuals, families, and healthcare providers.
· Utilize teaching and learning processes to promote, maintain and restore health for individuals and families across the healthcare continuum.
· Manage the efficient, effective use of human, physical, financial, and technological resources in providing continuity of care within and across healthcare settings.
· Collaborate with individuals, families, and healthcare team members in providing comprehensive, individualized patient care.
· Demonstrate accountability in adhering to standards of professional practice within legal and ethical framework.
· Participate in activities that promote professional development and personal growth.