Harold B. & Dorothy A. Snyder Schools
Students interested in receiving additional information about, or an application to the program should contact the Director of Admission and Recruitment Services, Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools, Park Avenue and Randolph Road, Plainfield, N.J., 07061.
The specific objectives of this program are that the graduate must be able to :
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- Function as a graduate professional nurse within structured health settings.
- Provide competent nursing care to clients with commonly occurring health deviations through application of nursing theory, evidence based practice and conceptsfrom the behavioral and natural sciences, the humanities, ethical principles and legal standards.
- Utilize opportunities for continuing personal and professional development.
- Accept accountability/responsibility for professional practice as a nurse.
- Teach clients self care practices related to the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health.
- Cooperate with health team members to facilitate optimal health of clients in primary, secondary and tertiary settings.
- Select appropriate communication, coordination and collaborative skills when interacting with individuals and groups.
- Apply critical thinking to nursing care situations.
- Demonstrate an understanding of evidence based practice as a research participant.