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RN-BSN Program Outcomes

  1. Provide safe, competent care and evidence based nursing care to individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations through promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health; prevention of illness, and physical, emotional, and spiritual support throughout the lifespan and across the continuum of health care communities.
  2. Formulate nursing practice decisions using evolving knowledge and research from nursing science, the biological and behavioral sciences, and the humanities.
  3. Use developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive teaching-learning principles to assist clients to achieve their health goals and to assist colleagues to improve the quality of nursing care.
  4. Provide compassionate, ethical care to individuals of diverse cultures, values, beliefs, and lifestyles.
  5. Demonstrate the values central to nursing practice including: altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, advocacy, and social justice.
  6. Protect the rights of people to receive optimum care and make informed decisions affecting their health welfare.
  7. Uphold the standards and values of the profession including accepting responsibility for learning and personal growth.
  8. Interpret professional nursing using perspectives gained from past, present, and future trends in nursing and society.
  9. Advocate for responsible, humane health care policies.
  10. Partner with clients, families, communities and inter-professional health care teams to design and provide quality health care.
  11. Participate in revision of health care policy and practice within a rapidly changing global environment.
  12. Demonstrate leadership skills and knowledge of the management process in designing, managing and coordinating safe, quality, and cost-effective
    patient-centered care.
  13. Use evolving information technology to monitor and improve the health care of clients.
  14. Demonstrate knowledge of fiscal dimensions within a variety of current and evolving health care systems.
Washington State University