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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

    NU PLO 1: Practice professionally based on standards of nursing and the legal, ethical, and regulatory nursing framework.

    NU PLO 2: Assess clients and families comprehensively including physical, developmental, cultural, and spiritual knowledge.

    NU PLO 3: Plan and provide nursing care for clients and families across the lifespan in the hospital, community or home integrating biological, sociological, cultural, and spiritual knowledge.

    NU PLO 4: Utilize critical and creative thinking to facilitate problem solving and decision making.

    NU PLO 5: Demonstrate caring interventions that assist the client in meeting his/her needs to promote, maintain, and reduce health risks.

    NU PLO 6: Lead and manage care for groups of clients to promote positive health outcomes.

    NU PLO 7: Practice effective communication through the use of oral, written and technological skills to educate and collaborate with clients, significant support person(s), community agencies and other members of the health care team.

    NU PLO 8: Continuously assess and evaluate own individual learning needs for advances and/or continuing education as part of professional development, as accountable and responsible members of the nursing profession.