Presentation on theme: "Sue Field DNP, RN. NLN Learner Outcomes 1. Human Flourishing 2. Nursing Judgment 3. Professional Identify 4. Spirit of Inquiry QSEN Learner Outcomes."— Presentation transcript:
Sue Field DNP, RN
NLN Learner Outcomes 1. Human Flourishing 2. Nursing Judgment 3. Professional Identify 4. Spirit of Inquiry QSEN Learner Outcomes 1.Patient Centered Care 2.Safety 3.Informatics 4.Teamwork and Collaboration 5.Evidence Based Practice 6.Quality Improvement
All Nursing Graduates independent of educational level should be prepared to promote and enhance human flourishing for patients, families, communities and themselves.
NLN Competency for Human Flourishing The graduate of an AD Nursing Program advocates for patients and families in ways that promote their self-determination, integrity, and ongoing growth as human beings. –QSEN Patient Centered Care Competency –The graduate recognizes the patient or designee as the source of control and full partner in providing compassionate and coordinated care based on respect for patient's preferences, values, and needs.
All Nursing Graduates independent of educational level should be prepared to show sound Nursing Judgment.
NLN Competency for Nursing Judgment –The graduate will make judgments in practice, substantiated with evidence, that integrate nursing science in the provision of safe, quality care and that promote the health of patients within a family and community context. –QSEN Competency: Safety Minimize risk of harm to patients and providers through both system effectiveness and individual performance. –QSEN Competency: Informatics Use information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision making.
All Nursing Graduates independent of educational level should be prepared to continually develop their professional identity.
NLN Professional Identity Competency Implement one's role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving identity as a nurse committed to evidence-based practice, caring, advocacy, and safe, quality care for diverse patients within a family and community context – QSEN Competency: Teamwork and Collaboration –The student will function effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams, fostering open communication, mutual respect, and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient care.
All Nursing Graduates must approach all issues and problems in a spirit of inquiry as they move into the world of nursing practice and beyond.
NLN Spirit of Inquiry Competency –Graduate will examine the evidence that underlies clinical nursing practice to challenge the status quo, question underlying assumptions, and offer new insights to improve the quality of care for patients, families, and communities. QSEN Competency Quality Improvement Student will use data to monitor the outcomes of care processes and use improvement methods to design and test changes to continuously improve the quality and safety of health care systems. QSEN Competency: Evidence Based Research Student will integrate best current evidence with clinical expertise and patient/family preferences and values for delivery of optimal health care.
Comparison of NLN/QSEN Program Learner Outcomes Pages 2 and 3 of the Workbook Section
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Course Outcomes –Determine the Program Learner Outcomes that the Course Outcomes are fulfilling Determine the Learning Activities to Measure the Course Outcome –Determine the Means of Measuring the Activity See Orange Templates on the Table
PersonCourse Outcomes Remember Your Number! 1 & 2NURS 111 Introduction to Health Concepts 3 & 4NUR 112: Health-Illness Concepts 5 & 6NUR 113: Family Health Concepts 7 & 8NUR 114: Holistic Health Concepts 9 & 10NUR 211: Health Care Concepts 11 & 12NUR 212: Health System Concepts 13 & 14NUR 213: Complex Health Concepts
Fill in the Blank spaces The NLN and/or QSEN Competencies Example: Outcome 1. Correlate the inter- relationships of complex pathophysiology, and the clinical course of individuals. NLN: Nursing Judgment
NLN Core Values: Caring, Diversity, Integrity and Excellence NLN Framework Committee Added: Ethics, Patient Centeredness, and Holism
Definition of Caring: “Promoting health, healing and hope in response to the human condition” –“Concern and consideration for the whole person, commitment to common good, and our outreach to those who are vulnerable”. –“Act in the best interest of all stakeholders” (NLN, 2007)
Definition of Diversity: “Recognizing differences among “person, ideas, values, and ethnicities –Affirming the uniqueness of each –Embraces acceptance and respect –Also encompasses institutional and system wide behavior patterns” (NLN, 2007)
Definition of Excellence: A culture of excellence –reflects a commitment to continuous growth, improvement, and understanding. –It is a culture where transformation is embraced, and the status quo and mediocrity are not tolerated” (NLN, 2007)
Definition of Integrity: –“respecting the dignity and or moral wholeness of every person without conditions or limitations”. –Organizational principles of Open communication Ethical decision making and Humility –Are encouraged, expected, and demonstrated consistently –(NLN, 2007)
Definition of Ethics: “reflective consideration of personal, societal, and professional values, principles, and codes that shape nursing practice…” (NLN, 2010)
Definition of Holism: “Culture of human caring –unique and complex attributes, values, and behaviors, –individual’s environment, social norms, cultural values, physical characteristics, experiences, religious beliefs, and practices, –and moral and ethical –wellness-illness continuum”. (NLN, 2010)
Definition of Patient Centeredness “Incorporates and reflects on the uniqueness of an individual patients –background, –personal preferences, –culture, value, –traditions and family…” (Crownenwett et al., 2007)
Present in your Philosophy Statement Flow through your Curriculum (Course Outcomes) To your Program Learner Outcomes
Core Values Template
Philosophy Statement Template Course Outcomes Program Learner Outcomes Page 6 Even numbers table work on the Course Outcomes Odd numbers work on the Program Learner Outcomes
6 Integrating Concepts 1. Context and Environment 2. Knowledge and Science 3. Personal/Professional Development 4. Quality and Safety 5. Relationship Centered Care 6. Teamwork
QSEN Knowledge Skills Attitudes Cronenwett et al., 2007 NLN Knowledge Practice Know How Ethical Comportment Benner et al., 2009
Integrating Concepts Template Example
Example… Pages 6,7,8 Round Robin at your table Each pair of faculty (2 people) that worked on course outcomes together from pages 4 to 24 will work together. Those who worked on NURS 112 and 113 will work together (4 people). Round Robin will progress every 2 to 3 minutes…
“From Curricular Threads/Competencies To Integration of the 3 Apprenticeships required for Professional Education” “More powerful to use” “Overarching curricular and pedagogical structure”. From Benner, Tanner, & Chelsea. (2009) Expertise in Nursing Practice (p. 391).
Identifies where the student has learned the “knowledge” “practice know how” “ethical comportment”
Using the Round Robin Approach Identify where the Course Outcomes fit for the Program Learner Outcomes listed Program Learner Template Program Learner Template
NLNAC Students Faculty What happens in clinical stays in clinical Linda Caputi, 2011
Started with Clinical Portfolios Listed Program Learner Outcomes Then the Course Outcomes Then the Learning Activities Then the Measurement of the Activities
Clinical Portfolio Template
Clinical I Portfolio: Part I Clinical II Portfolio: Part II Program Portfolio: Part III Part I, II, and III –Combined provide proof of our student’s achievement of the Program Learner Outcomes.
Leveling… –First semester Knowledge and Practice Know How –2 nd semester Practice Know How and Ethical Comportment