Develops and evaluates practice approaches based upon theory as well as to integrate nursing science with ethics, biophysical sciences, & psychosocial sciences as the basis for nursing practice.
Selects, designs, or uses programs to evaluate and monitor patient care systems. Develops and executes evaluation plans involving data extraction from practice information systems and databases.
Designs, delivers, and evaluates evidence-based care/therapeutic interventions to improve patient or population outcomes based upon advanced clinical judgment, systems thinking, and accountability.
Analyzes epidemiological, biostatistical, environmental, and other forms of data as well as evidence-based reports as they relate to the health of individuals and populations. Evaluates care delivery models/strategies using concepts related to community,
Appraises literature in order to implement best practices, apply relevant findings to develop practice guidelines, and disseminate findings from practice through scholarship.
Demonstrates leadership in policy development at multiple levels, educates others about nursing/health policy/patient care outcomes, and advocates within healthcare arenas for social justice/equity/ethical procedures.
Employs leadership & consultative skills with intraprofessional and interprofessional teams to create change in healthcare and healthcare delivery systems. Leads interprofessional teams in the analysis and evaluation of practice and organizational issues.
Develops and evaluates ways of managing ethical and organizational/system dilemmas in patient care and health care organizations emphasizing practice, ongoing improvement of health outcomes, and ensuring patient safety.
*Retrieved from AMS January 14, 2020. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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