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My college’s current mission statement is supporting success through innovative education, training, and partnerships. Guilford Technical Community College gives access to deep rooted learning open doors for self-improvement, workforce profitability, and group administration. GTCC’s mission statement indicates what the company intends to accomplish and describes the philosophical premises that guide peoples ' actions. The purpose is to empower the community to create new futures. GTCC supports its mission statement.
• Apply relevant findings/evidence from research to develop practice guidelines to improve clinical practice and practice environments (Therapeutic Interventions, “Effective Communication in a Variety of Modes,” Essential III). • Disseminate findings from evidence-based practice to improve clinical outcomes. (Communications, “Ethics and Social Justice,” Essentials III, VI, VII). Student learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the clinical applications of evidence-based practice course student will be able to: • Describe evidence-based practice (EBP) to include the components of research evidence, clinical expertise, and patient/family values. • Explain the role of evidence in determining quality care for patient’s in the clinical setting.
The issues of competency based education and training in nursing area becoming one of the challenges by the organization within structured a set of curricular in the nursing college and universities. The curricula is beginning and depends on the institutions in offering effective curriculum within to structure the needs to build students in becoming competent in the workplace (Kouwenhoven, 2010). Nursing competency based education and training aims to provide competent students through the acquisition of competencies and further organizational development of the students’ competencies. The concept of competency based education is interpreted as a set of generic abilities that beyond knowledge and skills (Infirmary, 2005; Kouwenhoven, 2010).
Therefore, I utilized the ISTE Essential Conditions as a foundation to creating my Shared Vision Paper. This paper was created to support the goals established in the school improvement plan which include addressing the diverse needs of student populations and providing digital equality for SES and gender groups. After completing this Shared Vision Paper, I realized that a shared vision is very important in helping my school effectively implement
A public health student has an obligation to study community health. This is important for the following reasons: need to acquire important knowledge, competencies, and skills to promote and protect the health of communities and populations by understanding and applying community approaches, an appreciation of culture, economics, politics, and psychosocial problems as determinants of health and illness. The core competencies in public health. (ANA 2007) Analytic assessment skills represent an important domain of public health worker competencies utilized when applying community participatory health promotion strategies. Public health worker should develop analytic assessment skills to pursue health promotion and prevention in partnership with
But when facing higher level of education, we are approached with countless challenges for learning from different aspects, it is then we adapt from our experiences and instincts of what level is required of us. “If a student fails to understand some aspects of a lesson in class, he or she must possess the self-awareness and strategic knowledge to take corrective action” (Zimmerman, 2000, p65). As Zimmerman exclaimed that we ought to be “self-aware”, to be self-aware is to comprehend and perceive our particular strengths and weaknesses to face these issues and adjust to be successful in tertiary education. As Zimmerman says, “this perspective focused instead on what students need to know about them self in order to manage their limitations during efforts to learn…” (Zimmerman, 2000). There are limitations for myself which are essential to be self-aware and obligatory to be deliberated in order to complete higher education.
In fact, everyday spoken or written language vary accordingly based on people’s age, gender, cultural background, etc. and their motivation varies as well. Though, Bourdieu has presented that the area of education recreates relationships and discourses that vary from those external to education and which undertake a particular ordered structure which students turn to acknowledge. I am not into the idea that students accordingly acknowledge ‘legitimate discourses’ very easily. I would rather reason that students work out and govern their own way till the end so as to fulfill and match their aims and goals.
Professional, I should be able to applied nursing process in community health nursing/public health nursing. Applications of nursing technique in health of a community make my professional unique and stand out. 3.4 Current Research in Public Health Evaluation: Public health research and evaluation (July 2010) (focus Area profile) stated that program evaluation should be integrated into day to day management of programs; that the five elements of program evaluation should be integrated: Use science as a basis for decision making and public health action. Expand the quest for social equity through public health action. Perform effectively as a service agency.