Interpret the effects of health policy on populations and healthcare systems.
Choose three (3) of the six (6) Baccalaureate Program Outcomes and describe how you have met each selected program outcome by providing
examples. Specific examples may be drawn from coursework, clinical experiences, a patient assignment, or an interaction with a professional
healthcare provider. You may also draw on your personal experiences as a member of the Curry College community to articulate how you have
achieved the selected program outcomes. Specific examples may be drawn from interactions with a Curry College peer, faculty member, staff member, or administrative member. Baccalaureate Program Outcomes Graduates of the Curry College Baccalaureate Nursing Program enter the nursing profession prepared to:
1. Identify health promotion and clinical intervention strategies for optimal individual and population wellness.
2. Deliver culturally responsive, patient and family-centered care that integrates evidence and is based on a foundation of a liberal arts education.
3. Use information technologies, teamwork strategies and collaborative communication to improve patient care and create a safe care environment.
4. Interpret the effects of health policy on populations and healthcare systems.
5. Engage in life-long scholarship and professional development.
6. Apply leadership skills with creativity, compassion, and commitment to engage self and others in promoting and managing healing environments.