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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon graduation from the nurse practitioner programs, students will be able to:

  1. Create comprehensive population-specific, patient-centered plans of care to improve health outcomes.
  2. Implement the principles of quality and patient safety using emerging scientific evidence for continuous
    improvement of person-centered care.
  3. Synthesize established and evolving scientific knowledge from diverse sources and disciplines to contribute to
    the generation, translation, and dissemination of clinical scholarship.
  4. Design plans of care that integrate determinants of health, health promotion, disease prevention, and health
    restoration for diverse populations through collaborative partnerships that produce equitable health outcomes.
  5. Collaborate with interprofessional teams, patients, families, and communities using effective interpersonal and communication skills to optimize safe and effective patient care.
  6. Demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and adherence to ethical principles.
  7. Synthesize principles of organizational leadership and systems-based thinking to effectively participate in
    transforming health care delivery systems to improve equitable health outcomes.
  8. Appraise data, information technology, communication networks, and patient care technology to monitor
    outcomes of care, care systems, and practice improvement to drive health care decisions that improve quality and efficiency in care delivery.
  9. Promote racial and social justice and health equity across diverse health care settings

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