End of Program Outcomes

136 Gooch Hall

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731)881-7131

Em:

nursing@utm.edu


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End of Program Outcomes

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Program Outcome Data

 

Upon completion of the program the graduate will:

  1. Demonstrate synthesis of theoretical and empirical knowledge in developing and implement nursing practice reflecting understanding of the arts sciences, humanities and the discipline of nursing.
  2. Provide safe patient-centered care utilizing clinical judgment and best current evidence.
  3. Apply principles of professionalism and leadership to provide patient care across the lifespan in a variety of healthcare settings.
  4. Collaborate with patients, families and nursing/interprofessional teams to enhance positive patient outcomes through quality improvement processes.
  5. Integrate health promotion practices into the care of diverse individuals, families and populations in a global society.
  6. Utilize appropriate use of informatics and technology to provide safe patient-centered care for diverse individuals, families, and populations across the lifespan.

Level I

  1. Demonstrate comprehension of theoretical and empirical knowledge from the arts, sciences, humanities and nursing.
  2. Provide safe patient-centered care utilizing Level I clinical judgment and best current evidence.
  3. Recognize principles of professionalism and leadership used by healthcare teams to provide care for adult patients.
  4. Identify quality improvement processes used by nursing and interprofessional teams to enhance positive patient and family outcomes.
  5. Initiate health promotion practices in the care of diverse individuals and families in a global society.
  6. Demonstrate appropriate use of Level I knowledge concerning informatics and technology in healthcare settings to provide safe, patient centered-care for adults.

Level II

  1. Demonstrate application of theoretical and empirical knowledge in developing and implementing nursing practice reflecting understanding of the arts, sciences, humanities, and the discipline of nursing.
  2. Provide safe patient-centered care utilizing Level II clinical judgment and best current evidence.
  3. Apply principles of professionalism and leadership to provide patient care for diverse individuals, families, and populations in a variety of healthcare settings.
  4. Initiate collaboration with patients, families, and nursing/ interprofessional teams to enhance positive patient outcomes through quality improvement processes utilizing the Level II knowledge base.
  5. Implement health promotion practices for diverse individuals, families, and populations in a global society.
  6. Demonstrate appropriate use of Level II knowledge concerning informatics and technology in healthcare settings to provide safe, patient-centered care for diverse populations.

Level III

  1. Demonstrate analysis of theoretical and empirical knowledge in developing and implement nursing practice reflecting understanding of the arts sciences, humanities and the discipline of nursing.
  2. Provide safe, patient-centered care utilizing Level III clinical judgment and best current evidence.
  3. Apply principles of professionalism and leadership to provide patient care across the lifespan in a variety of healthcare settings.
  4. Collaborate with patients, families, and nursing/interprofessional teams to enhance positive patient outcomes through quality improvement processes utilizing the Level III knowledge base.
  5. Integrate health promotion practices into the care of diverse individuals, families, and populations in a global society.
  6. Demonstrate appropriate use of Level III knowledge base concerning informatics and technology in a variety of healthcare settings to provide safe, patient-centered care across the lifespan.

136 Gooch Hall

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731)881-7131

Em:

nursing@utm.edu


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