The Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences
2139 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
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The Nursing Education Program supports the mission of The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences by providing a course of study that integrates concepts from liberal arts and sciences into a nursing curriculum emphasizing academic excellence and clinical competence. The promotion of critical thinking skills, professional behaviors and self-directed learning prepares graduates as beginning nurse generalists capable of entering practice in a dynamic health care environment. The completion of the Associate Degree of Applied Science in Nursing makes it possible for graduates to take the NCLEX-RN licensing examination and to pursue more advanced educational pathways.
The nursing education program shares the vision and values of the college, which are: caring, collaboration, integrity, and excellence. These core values will enable the college and its students to fulfill the vision of the institution: to be an innovative institution of higher learning providing a distinctive curriculum in nursing and health sciences.
What program outcomes, specific to nursing education and the nursing program, have our faculty and administration committed to assess student learning?
A graduate of the nursing program at The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be able to:
-implement caring interventions in response to the diverse needs and inherent value of a person;
-utilize ongoing assessment to identify a person’s adaptation to internal and external environment change;
-implement prevention strategies in response to individuals’ positions on the health continuum;
-implement the nursing process as a clinical decision-making strategy to provide and manage collaborative care;
-utilize communications, including information technologies, effectively and appropriately;
-demonstrate professional behaviors related to nursing practice;
-utilize effective teaching strategies to provide accurate, relevant health instruction designed to achieve identified learning outcomes;
-actively participate in the learning process to achieve desired changes in knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors.