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Template for Evaluation of Curriculum through Application of National Guidelines

SUNY Delhi Associate Degree Program

Course Name (copy and paste from course syllabus)

NURS 101 Introduction to Nursing

Course Description (copy and paste from course syllabus)

This course introduces healthcare concepts; the client, environment, health, and nursing, using evidence based practice. Nursing and
developmental theories are explored. Therapeutic communication principles are integral and emphasized. The basic role of the professional
nurse, collaboration, and safety, will be presented. The nursing process will be introduced incorporating Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Current
trends are explored including ethical and legal issues, as well as the impact of culture, spiritual, ethnic and social diversity in healthcare (SUNY
Delhi, 2018).

List of student outcomes (numbered)

1. Understand the various roles of the nursing professional in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team, to provide safe
and competent nursing care.
2. Describe current trends and ethical and legal concepts related to issues in healthcare.
3. Apply the principles of the nursing process and the use of the Maslow Hierarchy of Needs across the lifespan. (SUNY Delhi, 2018)

Program Outcomes Student Learning QSEN Competencies
Outcome (list #)
Present principles of therapeutic communication with N/A Patient-Centered Care, Evidence-Based Practice, Informatics
diverse client populations.

2018) CCNE or ACEN standards met by the course (choose the standards for the accrediting body of the program) ACEN Standards for Curriculum met by the course: 4. 4. and competencies and has clearly articulated end-of-program student learning outcomes. interprofessional collaboration. (ACEN.3 The curriculum is developed by the faculty and regularly reviewed to ensure integrity.5 The curriculum includes cultural. 4. related to issues in healthcare. Evidence-Based Practice use of the Maslow Hierarchy of Needs across the lifespan.2 The end-of-program student learning outcomes are used to organize the curriculum. Safety. (2018). and current standards of practice. instructional materials. Safety. research. Focus on safety and quality for the client through 1 Patient-Centered Care.4 The curriculum includes general education courses that enhance professional nursing knowledge and practice. Informatics Examine the principles of the nursing process and the 3 Patient-Centered Care. guidelines. reflect established professional and practice competencies. and direct learning activities.1 Consistent with contemporary practice. and socially diverse concepts and may also include experiences from regional. Informatics Present current trends and ethical and legal concepts 2 Patient-Centered Care. (QSEN. Retrieved from http://qsen. (2017). rigor. 4. 4. guide the delivery of instruction. and measure the achievement of the end- of-program student learning outcomes. ACEN 2017 standards and criteria associate. Improvement.pdf QSEN.acenursing. and currency.11 Learning activities. Quality professional collaborative or global perspectives. 2017) References ACEN. 4. 4. Evidence-Based Practice.6 The curriculum and instructional processes reflect educational theory. Retrieved from http://www. . QSEN competences: Overview. and evaluation methods are appropriate for all delivery formats and consistent with the end- of-program student learning outcomes. the curriculum incorporates established professional nursing standards. Teamwork and Collaboration. national. ethnic.7 Evaluation methodologies are varied.

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