Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Family Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the graduate program, the student will be able to:

  1. Implement nursing practice, including innovative approaches, based on scientific knowledge.
  2. Evaluate health care policy and systems.
  3. Plan for patient and family needs, anticipating their changing requirements, and ensuring patient comfort and safety in planning care.
  4. Engage in interprofessional collaboration to meet the health needs of client systems in varied health care delivery systems.
  5. Enhance the culture of safety in health systems through the application of information technologies.
  6. Generate nursing practice knowledge to stimulate research and improve clinical outcomes.
  7. Demonstrate professional values and ethical behavior in the advanced practice nursing role.
  8. Assume specialized roles in advanced clinical practice.
  9. Design culturally competent health services for vulnerable populations.

CONHS Faculty Spotlight

Denise Reed, MS, RD, LD, Clinical Assistant Professor
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2013 and serves as clinical assistant professor of DieteticsRead more