Master of Science in Nursing, Nursing Informatics Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Provide leadership in integrating research into practice.
  2. Utilize research-based evidence as a foundation for practice.
  3. Apply information technology to enhance health care education, practice, and research.
  4. Engage in multi-sectoral collaboration to improve health care delivery, assuming responsibility as deemed appropriate.
  5. Provide leadership in formulating and implementing policy that contributes to ongoing improvement of health care delivery.
  6. Practice from an ethical and legal perspective that acknowledges conflicting values and rights as they affect health care decisions.
  7. Assume and develop advanced roles to meet societal needs in a rapidly changing national and global health care arena.
  8. Provide innovative services that promote health and quality of life for culturally diverse individuals, families and populations. Analyze emerging issues in health care, technologies and society as a basis for enacting social change in ways that foster health.
  9. Analyze emerging issues in health care, technologies and society as a basis for enacting social change in ways that foster health.