Discussion: MSN Program Outcome

Assignment: Certification Discussion
December 3, 2021
NP Core Competencies Assignment
December 3, 2021

Discussion: MSN Program Outcome

Discussion: MSN Program Outcome
Discussion: MSN Program Outcome


Week 8 discussion Reflection on Achievement of Outcomes Reflect back over the past eight weeks and describe how the achievement of the course outcomes in this course have prepared you to meet the MSN program outcome #5, the MSN Essential IX, and the NP Core Competencies #2. Program Outcome #5 Develop a plan for lifelong personal and professional growth that integrates professional values regarding scholarship, service and global engagement. MSN Essential IX: Master’s-Level Nursing Practice Recognizes that nursing practice, at the master’s level, is broadly defined as any form of nursing intervention that influences healthcare outcomes for individuals, populations, or systems. Master’s-level nursing graduates must have an advanced level of understanding of nursing and relevant sciences as well as the ability to integrate this knowledge into practice. Nursing practice interventions include both direct and indirect care components.

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Graduates of the Master of Science in Nursing will:

1. Translate and integrate scholarship as a foundation for nursing and healthcare.

a) Address ethical issues related to scholarship.

b) Build on clinical expertise focusing on a population of interest.

c) Demonstrate use of the research process.

d) Integrate theory and research outcomes into nursing administration, education, informatics or practice.

e) Contribute to quality improvement and population health by embracing change and innovation through evidence-based nursing and interprofessional collaboration.

2. Embrace the roles of the nurse educator, executive, or informaticist to facilitate learning and change.

a) Develop a personal philosophy as a nurse educator, executive, or informaticist.

b) Develop the capacity for recognizing and reflecting on problems that fall outside current knowledge.

c) Serve in the role of educator, executive, or informaticist and role model when working with students, staff, peers, and other constituencies.

d) Promote critical thinking in those that they educate and serve.

e) Engage in professional development as a nurse educator, executive, or informaticist.

f) Foster professional role development through leadership, collaborative skills, and relationship development with peers, students/personnel, clients, colleagues, and members of the interprofessional team.

g) Model self-reflection and lifelong learning.

h) Effectively participate in curriculum/program design and evaluation of outcomes.

3. Value social, political, legal and ethical influences that impact nursing practice and nursing education.

a) Evaluate the process of ethical decision making.

b) Apply ethical principles in the role of educator, executive, or informaticist.

c) Advocate for public policy that promotes and protects the health of the public.

d) Formulate strategies that respond to policy changes that impact health and education.

e) Analyze the impact of access on the health of populations.

4. Appreciate the impact of diversity within nursing and the global community

a) Examine personal thinking for clarity, objectivity and bias.

b) Demonstrate behaviors and attitudes that support respect, reciprocal learning, and advocacy related to human differences.

c) Coach others to improve sensitivity and acceptance of diverse individuals and groups.

d) Develop culturally competent educational/workplace practices.

5. Demonstrate competency in developing an effective professional nursing environment.

a) Analyze the issues related to the use of advanced technology.

b) Integrate informatics and current and emerging technologies into practice enhancing patient outcomes.

c) Communicate effectively based on the context of the situation.

d) Develop networks, collaboratives, partnerships, and interprofessional relationships to enhance nursing’s influence within the academic/healthcare community and the broader community.

e) Develop skills for working within an institution and a system of governance.