Bachelor Program in Nursing

On completing the program, the students will be able to:    

1.    Transfer knowledge, understanding, and skills to clinical settings, especially while providing patient care.
2.    Understand and apply Evidence-based Practice (EbP).
3.    Understand the need for lifelong learning and the requirement to adapt to change.
4.    Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of factors influencing healthcare provision.
5.    Demonstrate an ability to apply nursing knowledge and skills using Problem-based Learning (PbL) into practice.
6.    Demonstrate competency and safety when performing nursing procedures.
7.    Communicate effectively with patients/clients, families, and healthcare team members in settings where care is delivered.
8.    Participate in multidisciplinary settings.
9.    Undertake health education and health promotion for individuals, families, and communities.
10.    Analyze the relevance and value of different types of knowledge within a practice discipline.
11.    Appraise the developments taking place in practice because of the wider changes in society and the health and social care services.
12.    Demonstrate relevant communication and informatics skills.
13.    Provide nursing care that demonstrates professional values and standards including the ethical and legal aspects of nursing practice, and be sensitive to the cultural, social and religious impact on human needs. 
14.    Participate in activities that promote professional development and enrich the profession.
15.    Collaborate with other healthcare professionals and acting as team leaders to address current and emerging healthcare needs in acute healthcare settings.