Outcomes of Courses
Outcome Of Diploma-In-Nursing Science & Midwifery Course
Nursing is a dynamic, continuous learning process of acquiring nursing and midwifery knowledge and skills that bring about changes of student behaviors. However, students who will complete the Diploma program will be a competent nurse-midwifery who can demonstrate the competency of nursing knowledge-based practice for provision of quality holistic client-centered nursing care to meet needs/expectations and to promote, maintain and restore health of individuals, families and communities in common and simple health problems/situations. As the registered nurse-midwifery, they would also be able to:
1. Demonstrate to have knowledge in following areas-
- Basic sciences, applied sciences and human sciences.
- Nursing science focusing on interpersonal communication, nursing process, holistic nursing, community-oriented nursing and knowledge requiring for making clinical nursing judgment in common and simple health problems/situations of nursing clients across the life-span and across health illness continuum.
- Nursing leadership and management.
- National health care policy.
- Emerging local and global health issues.
- Basic research and evidence-based nursing.
- Basic self-inquiry and computer.
2. Demonstrate to have skills in:
- Using nursing process with knowledge-based clinical skills and critical thinking skills in caring for clients with common and simple health problems/situations across the life-span and across health-illness continuum in order to promote, maintain and restore health.
- Providing client-oriented and holistic care with caring behaviors.
- Carrying out knowledge-based and community-oriented nursing practice with positive attitudes, ethical behaviors and accountability in accordance with the BNC rules and regulations and professional standards.
- Communicating effectively with nursing clients, nursing members, physicians and other health care providers.
- Working collaborate in a health care team and as a member or a novice leader of the nursing care team.
- Managing own work on a day-to-day basis.
- Guiding and fostering good clinical environment to nursing students and other support staff who work under nursing supervision.
- Thinking critically and committing to self-directed learning.
OUTCOME OF POST BASIC-BSN PROGRAM:
- The students admitted to the Post Basic-BSN Program will graduate within 2 years.
- At the time of program completion, Post Basic-USN students will appear in the licensure examination of BNC.
- After passing the licensure examination of BNC, Post Basic start reviewing NCLEX-RN examination and can process their employment in USA.
- At the time of program completion, students will report utilizing research findings and evidenced-based practice in their practice setting.
- At the time of program completion, graduates will report the acquisition of enhanced computer and presentation skills.
- Graduates will report improved professional knowledge and competence by continuing education and nursing specialization.
The POST BASIC-BSN Program graduate will be able to:
- Integrate spiritual, cultural, and developmental concepts and values in providing and managing care for clients.
- Synthesize knowledge from the humanities, bio-psychosocial and nursing sciences in providing and managing care.
- Use management/leadership skill and knowledge of the socio-political system in providing comprehensive, therapeutic nursing care.
- Use the nursing process to provide nursing care to clients, groups, and communities.
- Collaborate with clients, groups, communities, and other health care providers in the delivery of health care.
- Incorporate findings from nursing and health –related research in promoting health and in the delivery of nursing care.
- Participate in the delivery of health services by functioning in nursing roles necessary to meet the needs of a changing society.
- Practice within the profession’s legal and ethical boundaries to meet the health care needs of clients, groups, and communities.
- Assume responsibility for continuing personal, professional and education development necessary to function in a rapidly changing health care environment.
- To prepare themselves to be dedicated in their profession for the betterment of the patient/ client and humanity.