MDE students will demonstrate:
- Proficiency in the provision of evidence-based nursing care, with an emphasis on care coordination and religion/cultural care to patients along the wellness/illness continuum and across all care settings.
- Readiness for professional nurse licensure examination through achieving benchmarks and remediating individual performance to curriculum standards in classroom and nationally normed standardized examinations.
- Proficiency in the provision of evidence-based nursing care with an emphasis on care coordination and assume a leadership role within health care settings.
Domain I: Comprehensive Clinical Care
Integrate concepts from the liberal arts, biopsychosocial, epidemiological, genetics, and nursing sciences to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care utilizing concepts of diversity, culture, and religion across the health/illness continuum, across the lifespan, in all health care settings.
Assess and analyze patient care utilizing knowledge of social determinants of health, biopsychosocial, epidemiological, genetics, critical thinking, and informatics.
Formulate and implement a prioritized plan of care demonstrating appropriate knowledge of safety protocols, medications, and therapeutic interventions. Evaluate and revise plan of care based on desired patient outcomes.
Develop working skills in time management, prioritization, delegation, and care coordination.
Demonstrate professional behaviors and awareness of social justice, legal/ethical standards, and professional codes in an atmosphere of advocacy and collaboration.
Domain II: Interdisciplinary and Patient-Centered Communication
Coordinate and provide patient-centered care integrating advanced knowledge of nursing, relevant sciences, and humanities to improve health care outcome.
Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with the patient and the interprofessional team to deliver safe, evidence-based patient-centered care to individuals and families across the lifespan and across settings.
Examine the impact of religion, culture, and health literacy in the effective nursing care of patients, families, and communities across settings.
Domain III: Systems and Context of Care
Implement religious and culturally appropriate strategies for health promotion, risk reduction, and disease prevention for diverse individuals, families, and communities across the life span.
Discuss the values of altruism, autonomy, human dignity and integrity, and the ethical mandate for health justice.
Integrate basic knowledge of health care policy, finance, and regulatory environments on a local, state, national, and global level and act as a change agent.
Integrate appropriate technologies for knowledge, management, coordination of care, and complex decision making to improve health care quality and safety.
Domain IV: Using Evidence for Best Clinical Practice and Scholarship
Construct searchable, answerable questions, demonstrate effective search strategies, interpret findings while appraising scientific merit, utilize the evidence to answer the clinical question, formulate interventions, or develop subsequent questions and communicate findings and engage in meaningful conversations that apply the evidence to clinical practice.
Utilize best evidence for creating, sustaining, and improving cultures of quality and safety in complex health care delivery systems.
Evaluate efficacy of health promotion and education modalities used in teaching individuals or communities.