Doctor of Nursing Practice - Outcomes

 

Graduates of the University of Central Arkansas' Doctor of Nursing Practice program will be able to:

  1. Expand advanced nursing practice by integrating the art and science of nursing with theory and knowledge from biophysical, psychosocial, political, ethical, technical, analytical, cultural, environmental, and organizational sciences.
  2. Synthesize leadership skills, systems analysis, and advocacy expertise. 
  3. Integrate clinical expertise and competence with population-focused management, evidence-based practice, and health care policy.
  4. Analyze health-related information systems and technology for the improvement of health care.
  5. Evaluate the outcomes of advanced nursing practice.
  6. Apply clinical scholarship and leadership skills to advanced nursing practice.
  7. Demonstrate growth in scholarship, practice, and leadership. 

 

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