Doctor of Nursing Practice - Health Systems Leadership Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Doctor of Nursing Practice - Health Systems Leadership the student will be able to:

  1. Implement best practices to improve health care and health systems using analytical methods.
  2. Assume leadership positions at the systems level, integrating nursing science with organizational leadership and ethics.
  3. Design, implement and evaluate quality improvement projects in health care systems to promote safe, effective and efficient patient-centered care.
  4. Evaluate health care policy and systems that provide care for individuals, communities, and populations.
  5. Engage in interprofessional collaboration to promote health, reduce risk and improve outcomes in varied health care delivery systems. 
  6. Enhance the culture of safety in health systems through the application of information technologies.
  7. Use nursing knowledge to stimulate research, affect health policy and improve patient outcomes locally, nationally, and globally.
  8. Demonstrate professional values and ethical behavior in nursing leadership.
  9. Design culturally competent, equitable health services for vulnerable populations. 

Faculty Spotlight

Patricia Clayburn, MS, RN Clinical Assistant Professor, Director, Accelerated Nursing Program
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Joined Ashland University faculty in 2010 and serves as clinical assistant professor of Nursing as well as director of the Accelerated Nursing ProgramRead more