Here at Carlow, you will learn to be more than a nurse. Our students and graduates are equipped with the skills they need to go out and serve others. See how our students make an impact on their communities.

 


 

Do Good in Nursing

As a graduate of a Carlow nursing degree program, you will be prepared to:

  • Provide direct and indirect professional nursing care to individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations based on biopsychosocial and transcultural concepts;
  • Appraise the concepts of core nursing knowledge*;
  • Design, manage, and coordinate evidence-based nursing care that reflects a broad-based, liberal arts education;
  • Integrate the nursing process to support health promotion, prevention, and therapeutic and restorative care in concert with individuals, families, and communities;
  • Promote the professional values of caring, altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, and social justice;
  • Make independent nursing decisions utilizing the core nursing competencies of critical thinking, communication, assessment, and technical skills;
  • Incorporate professional nursing standards and accountability into safe and competent individual and organizational practice;
  • Collaborate with clients, members of the interdisciplinary health team, and the community to promote positive health outcomes; and
  • Transition into the professional nursing role, demonstrating leadership, valuing lifelong learning, and practicing within legal and ethical framework.

*Core nursing knowledge includes: health promotion, risk reduction and disease prevention, illness and disease management, information and health care technologies, ethics, human diversity, global health care, and health care systems and policy (from AACN, the Essentials of Baccalaureate Education).

Ready to take the next step in your nursing career? Request more information today.

 

 


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