UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA SCHOOL OF NURSING. Excellence in a Caring Environment TOTAL PLAN FOR EVALUATION

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1 1 UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA SCHOOL OF NURSING Excellence in a Caring Environment TOTAL PLAN FOR EVALUATION The Total Plan for Evaluation has been developed by the School of Nursing to assess the quality and effectiveness of its programs. It demonstrates our commitment to excellence and provides evidence of quality improvement. Expected results reflect the following documents: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Principles of Accreditation: Foundation for Quality Enhancement (2008) Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Standards for Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education Programs (2009) Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON) Rules and Regulations (2009) In addition to the University of West Georgia (UWG) and the School of Nursing (SON) evidentiary sources identified in the plan, the following professional documents and publications from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), American Nurses Association (ANA), and American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), and the National League for Nursing (NLN) are utilized: The Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education for Professional Nursing Practice (AACN, 2008) Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice (ANA, 2004) The Essentials of Master s Education for Advanced Practice Nursing (AACN, 1996) Joint Position Statement on Nursing Administration Education (AACN/AONE, 1997) Essential Clinical Resources for Nursing s Academic Mission (AACN, 1999) End of Program Competencies and Required Clinical Experiences for the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) (AACN, May 2006) Core Competencies for Nurse Educators (NLN, 2005) Data are collected from the SON community of interest students, alumni, and regional health care agencies as follows: Student Evaluations of Instruction are completed every semester. Student advisory meetings are held every spring. Community advisory surveys are conducted every spring. Students complete exit surveys at the end of their final semester of nursing coursework. Alumni surveys are completed one year and three years post-graduation. Employers of alumni are asked to evaluate performance on year post-graduation. In addition to the evidentiary sources included in the Total Plan for Evaluation Data, internal and external evaluators will review: SON standing committee and undergraduate/graduate/son faculty meetings minutes. UWG annual reports. GBON approval status/reports CCNE accreditation status/reports The University of West Georgia web site is found at and the School of Nursing web site is found at Additional abbreviations used in the Total Plan for Evaluation include: Caring for Faculty Committee (CFC) Evaluating the Caring Community Committee (ECCC) Sustaining a Caring Curriculum Committee (SCCC) Caring for Students Committee (CSC) Graduate Faculty Committee (GFC) University System of Georgia Board of Regents (BOR) Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS) Learning Resource Center (LRC) Undergraduate Faculty Committee (UFC) Dean s Advisory Committee (DAC) Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA)

2 2 I. AREA OF EVALUATION: MISSION AND GOVERNANCE 1. SON mission, philosophy, and goals: 1.1 Are congruent with UWG mission/purpose, Strategic Plan. 1.2 Reflect educational excellence in a personal/caring environment. 1.3 Reflect current professional nursing standards and for the preparation of nursing professionals. 1.4 Reflect faculty beliefs about nursing education. 1.5 Reflect nursing s basic concepts. 1.6 Are the bases for BSN/MSN program missions and objectives. 1.7 Reflect the expectations of the community of interest 2. The BSN/MSN program missions and objectives: 2.1 Are congruent with the SON mission, philosophy, and goals. 2.2 Reflect educational excellence in a personal/caring environment. 2.3 Reflect current professional nursing standards and for the preparation of nursing professionals. 2.4 Are the basis for the curriculum and teachinglearning practices. 2.5 Reflect the expectations of the community of interest. 3. Faculty roles in the governance of the SON and the BSN/MSN programs: UWG mission and UWG Destination: Strategic Plan for Professional standards and Professional standards and UWG Statutes UWG Policies and Procedures SCCC every 4 years or as SCCC every 4 years or as CFC every 4 years or as as as needed CFC makes

3 3 3.1 Reflect UWG statutes and policies. 3.2 Reflect SON policies. 3.3 Are clearly defined. 3.4 Enable meaningful participation. 4. Student roles in the governance of the SON and BSN/MSN programs: 4.1 Reflect UWG statutes and policies. 4.2 Reflect SON policies. 4.3 Are clearly defined. 4.4 Enable meaningful participation. UWG Faculty Handbook SON Faculty Handbook SON Faculty Bylaws UWG Statutes UWG Policies and Procedures UWG student handbook SON Faculty Bylaws CSC every 4 years or as as ECCC conducts student advisory meetings as needed at the fall retreat (2010) CSC makes as 5. Documents and publications: 5.1 Accurately reflect the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and the missions and objectives of the BSN/MSN programs. 5.2 Accurately reflect the role of students and faculty in the governance of BSN/MSN programs. 5.3 Are available in printed and/or electronic forms. UWG student handbook BSN/MSN recruitment/ advising materials SON Faculty Handbook BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean verify accuracy and availability BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean make changes

4 4 II. AREA OF EVALUATION: INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT AND RE 1. Campus physical resources are sufficient to: 1.1 Achieve the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 1.2 Meet instructional and non-instructional space and equipment needs. 2. Financial resources are sufficient to: 2.1 Achieve the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 2.2 Support faculty and professional staff salaries at levels comparable to other regional nursing programs. 2.3 Support faculty development for teaching, scholarship, service, and practice. 2.4 Provide teaching-learning equipment/supplies. 3. Technology resources are sufficient to: 3.1 Achieve the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 3.2 Maintain a comprehensive and accurate SON web site. 3.3 Support faculty teaching, scholarship, service, and practice. Survey of physical facilities and equipment SON annual budget AACN annual salary surveys Inventory of UWG/SON hardware/software SCCC every 4 years or as CFC every 4 years or as SCCC CFC SCCC CFC SCCC and CFC make SON faculty make as SON dean makes recommendations to the VPAA as appropriate every 4 years (2010) SCCC and CFC make SON faculty make SON dean makes recommendations to the VPAA SCCC and CFC make SON faculty make SON dean makes to the VPAA and technology committees

5 5 4. Academic support services are sufficient to: 4.1 Achieve the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 4.2 Provide current and effective library resources and services. 4.3 Provide effective orientation and advising programs for students. UWG student services UWG Library resources and services Brandon Hill list of books and periodicals Student surveys of orientation and advising SCCC and CFC review library resources UWG SON library liaison CSC reviews orientation/advising/ counseling/learning support services every 4 SCCC and CFC makes recommendations to the library liaison CSC makes SON dean makes recommendations to student services divisions as needed 4.4 Provide effective personal and career counseling and learning support for students. 5. Clinical resources: 5.1 Are sufficient in quality, quantity, and diversity to achieve the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 5.2 Provide a learning environment that reflects current professional nursing standards and for the preparation of nursing professionals. Professional standards and Clinical agency records Clinical agency evaluations and contracts Student evaluations of instruction SCCC evaluates clinical resources in the spring SON faculty conduct student evaluations of instruction every semester SON faculty conduct evaluations of clinical facilities every other year SON dean makes recommendations about contracts as needed 5.3 Facilitate collaborative learning experiences. 5.4 Are approved by appropriate regulatory agencies. 5.5 Have written agreements with UWG (MOU s) that are current and delineate the responsibilities of each party.

6 6 6. All SON faculty members: 6.1 Support the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 6.2 Hold a minimum of a master s degree in nursing and maintain expertise in their teaching area. SON faculty curriculum vitae Annual SON faculty evaluations UWG Statutes UWG Policies and Procedures UWG Faculty Handbook SON Faculty Handbook SON deans conduct faculty evaluations SON Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee conducts reviews as defined in the SON Bylaws SON dean makes pretenure, promotion and tenure, and post-tenure recommendations to the VPAA 6.3 Hold current licensure as a professional registered nurse in Georgia. 6.4 Have diverse educational and practice experiences. 6.5 Participate in SON mentoring and orientation activities. 6.6 Are sufficient in number to accomplish the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. 6.7 Are sufficient in number to maintain a ratio of 1 full-time faculty member for each 20 BSN students. 6.8 Are sufficient in number to maintain a ratio of 1 faculty member for no more than 10 BSN students engaged in clinical learning activities. 6.9 Maintain a workload that is congruent with UWG and SON standards and supports faculty roles and expectations Experience an academic environment that encourages effective teaching, scholarship,

7 7 service, and practice. 7. SON Tenure Track Faculty Members: 7.1 Have clearly defined roles and expectations related to teaching, scholarship, service, and practice that correlate with the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions, objectives and expected results. 7.2 Hold full-time positions and constitute the majority of SON faculty members. 7.3 Participate in UWG orientation activities. 7.4 Actively participate in self, peer, and dean evaluations. Annual faculty evaluations UWG Statutes UWG Policies and Procedures UWG Faculty Handbook SON Faculty Handbook SON deans conduct faculty evaluations SON Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee conducts reviews as defined in the SON Bylaws CFC reviews tenure track faculty evaluation every 4 years or as. CFC makes recommendations about faculty roles and expectations every 4 years or as needed in the spring (2010) CFC years or as needed at the fall retreat (2010) SON faculty make pretenure, promotion and tenure, and post-tenure recommendations to the SON chair as appropriate SON chair makes pretenure, promotion and tenure, and post-tenure recommendations to the VPAA as appropriate CFC makes recommendations about policy every 4 years in the spring or as CFC years at the fall retreat or as SON dean makes nontenure track faculty appointment decisions with faculty input yearly 8. SON Non-Tenure Track Faculty and Professional Staff: 8.1 Have clearly defined roles and expectations related to teaching, service, and practice that correlate with the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions, objectives, and expected results. 8.2 Actively participate in self and dean evaluations. Annual faculty evaluations UWG Statutes UWG Policies and Procedures UWG Faculty Handbook SON Faculty Handbook SON deans conduct faculty evaluations SON Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee conducts reviews as defined in the SON Bylaws CFC reviews non-tenure track faculty evaluation every 4 years or as 9. The SON deans: 9.1 Provides leadership in achieving the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results. SON dean curriculum vitae VPAA at intervals not to exceed 6 years VPAA at intervals not to exceed 6 years 9.2 Holds a master s degree in

8 8 nursing and a doctorate in nursing or a related discipline. 9.3 Holds current licensure as a professional registered nurse in Georgia. 9.4 Has experience in nursing education. 10. Clinical preceptors: 10.1 Are sufficient in quantity and quality to achieve the department mission, philosophy, and goals BSN/MSN program missions, objectives, and expected results Practice nursing in a manner that reflects current professional nursing standards and. Professional standards and GBON Preceptor Qualification Records Clinical preceptor training Student and faculty evaluations of clinical preceptors s evaluate clinical preceptor performance every semester as appropriate SON faculty evaluate clinical preceptor qualifications and performance every semester as appropriate evaluations of clinical preceptor qualifications every semester as appropriate 10.3 Meet GBON licensure, educational, and practice requirements Participate in preceptor training activities Collaborate with faculty to facilitate student achievement of course learning goals. 11. Documents and publications: 11.1 Accurately reflect resources available to the BSN/MSN programs Are available in printed and/or electronic forms. UWG student handbook SON Faculty Handbook BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean verify accuracy and availability in the spring BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean make changes in the spring as needed

9 9 III. AREA OF EVALUATION: CURRICULUM AND TEACHING-LEARNING PRACTICES 1. The BSN/MSN curriculums: 1.1 Are based on clear statements of expected results for students derived from the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions and objectives of the programs. 1.2 Reflect educational excellence in a personal/caring environment. 1.3 Reflect professional standards and. 1.4 Foster behaviors consistent with professional nursing standards/. 1.5 Consider the needs and expectations of the community of interest. 1.6 Are sequentially and logically organized to facilitate student achievement of expected results (NCLEX, etc.). 1.7 Have course learning goals that relate to program objectives. 1.8 Have course learning goals that reflect course content. 1.9 May include distance learning offerings that are comparable to face-to-face offerings. 2. The BSN curriculum: 2.1 Builds on appropriate courses in the arts, sciences, and humanities with a balance of nonnursing/nursing coursework and student workload. BSN Conceptual Framework BSN/MSN curriculum plans BSN/MSN course syllabi Professional standards and NCLEX Test Plan UWG Undergraduate Catalog BSN Conceptual Framework AACN Essentials for Baccalaureate Education BSN course syllabi Writing Across the SCCC every 4 years or as SCCC every 4 years or as as as

10 Flows from a conceptual framework that is consistent with SON philosophy and mission. 2.3 Is internally consistent. 2.4 Addresses AACN Essentials for Baccalaureate Education essential professional values, core competences, core knowledge, and role development for baccalaureate nursing education. 2.5 Offers Writing Across the Curriculum experiences. 3. The BSN curriculum includes content that addresses: 3.1 Health promotion and maintenance with people of all ages and groups who have commonly occurring acute and long-term physical and mental health problems, illnesses, and experiences. 3.2 Reality-based situations representative of the continuum of health care 3.3 Praxis, reflective thinking, critical thinking, decisionmaking, and evidencebased practice. 3.4 Concepts related to the provision, coordination, and management of care, advocacy, collaboration, and change. 3.5 Issues in nursing and health care: legal, ethical, historical, social, cultural, political, economic, technological, environmental, safely, and professional. Curriculum requirements BSN course syllabi SCCC every 4 years or as as

11 11 4. The MSN curriculum: 4.1 Builds on competencies of BSN graduates and focuses on the roles of nurse as educator, health systems leader, and clinical nurse leader. 4.2 Addresses AACN Essentials for Graduate Education core Curriculum for graduate nursing education. 5. BSN/MSN teaching-learning activities: 5.1 Derive from the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions and objectives. 5.2 Reflect educational excellence in a personal/caring environment. 5.3 Foster behaviors consistent with professional nursing standards/. 5.4 Consider the needs and expectations of the community of interest. 5.5 Are sequentially and logically organized to facilitate student achievement of expected results. 5.6 Take place in classrooms and diverse reality-based clinical practice settings. 5.7 Include technologyenhanced and other diverse learning opportunities. 5.8 Maximize student participation. 5.9 Create a caring, supportive learning environment. AACN Essentials for Graduate Education core Curriculum. MSN course syllabi SON mission, philosophy, and goals BSN/MSN missions and objectives BSN/MSN course syllabi Professional standards and SCCC every 4 years or as SCCC every 4 years or as as SON faculty take action every 4 years or as needed (2010)

12 12 6. Academic Policies: 6.1 Support the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions and objectives. 6.2 Are fair, equitable, and are justifiable. 6.3 Address advising, recruitment, orientation, admission, progression, dismissal, RN-BSN articulation, graduation, grading and grievance/appeal processes. SON mission, philosophy, and goals BSN/MSN missions and objectives BSN/MSN course syllabi UWG student handbook SON Faculty Handbook CSC every 4 years or as CSC makes SON faculty take action every 4 years or as needed (2010) 7. Documents and publications: 7.1 Accurately reflect BSN/MSN curriculums and learning activities. 7.2 Are available in printed and/or electronic forms. UWG student handbook BSN/MSN course syllabi BSN/MSN recruitment/ advising materials SON Faculty Handbook BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean verify accuracy and availability BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean make changes

13 13 IV. AREA OF EVALUATION: STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1. The SON is effective in: 1.1 Implementing its Total Plan for Evaluation. 1.2 Utilizing findings from the Total Plan for Evaluation for quality improvement. Total Plan for Evaluation ECCC every 4 years or as ECCC makes 2. BSN student performance reflects achievement of the expected results by the students in congruence with the mission, philosophy and objectives of the program and professional standards and. Quality outcome measures are: % of students will participate in a comprehensive nationally standard testing program % of generic BSN students will achieve a score on the predictor exam congruent with a 95% probability of passing NCLEX-RN % of students admitted to the BSN program will graduate within three academic years. BSN student handbook Professional standards and BSN course syllabi and student work Standardized test scores BSN enrollment/ graduation records SCCC analyzes test scores ECCC analyzes graduation rates SCCC and ECCC make 3. MSN student performance reflects achievement of the expected results by the students in congruence with the mission, philosophy and objectives of the program as well as with professional standards and. A quality outcome measure is: % of students admitted to the MSN program will graduate within four academic years. UWG graduate catalog MSN student handbook Professional standards and MSN course syllabi and student work MSN enrollment/ graduation records ECCC analyzes graduation rates ECCC makes recommendations as appropriate

14 14 4. Student performance is measured by a variety of methods that: 4.1 Are congruent with the SON mission, philosophy, and goals and BSN/MSN missions and objectives. 4.2 Are clearly defined. 4.3 Consistently follow SON/UWG. 4.4 Identify student strengths and area for growth. BSN/MSN course syllabi BSN/MSN grades and student work SON faculty evaluate measures of student performance every semester SCCC reviews evaluation methods recommendations as appropriate 5. Alumni satisfaction attests to the effectiveness of the program. Quality outcome measures are: % of responding BSN/MSN graduates will indicate satisfaction with the program at graduation and one year postgraduation % of responding BSN/MSN graduates will agree that caring, holism, critical thinking, and professional commitment (capstone concepts) characterize the learning environment at graduation and one year postgraduation. Exit surveys Alumni surveys (1- year and 3-year) ECCC collects/analyzes BSN/MSN exit data ECCC collects/analyzes alumni data 1 year postgraduation ECCC makes as appropriate 6. The accomplishments of graduates of the BSN/MSN programs attest to the effectiveness of the program. Quality outcome measures are: % of Generic BSN graduates will pass NCLEX-RN on their first attempt % of Generic BSN graduates will pass NCLEX-RN within one year of graduation. (May NCLEX-RN results Alumni surveys Employer surveys Community advisory surveys ECCC makes as appropriate

15 graduates by June 30 of next year; December graduates by January 31) % of BSN/MSN graduates seeking employment in nursing will be successful % of responding employers will indicate that BSN/MSN graduates function competently in the role for which they were hired % of responding Community Advisory Board members are satisfied with BSN/MSN graduate performance % of responding Community Advisory Board members will agree that BSN/MSN graduates demonstrate caring, holism, critical thinking, and professional commitment % of responding BSN/MSN graduates will indicate enrollment in and/or complete an advanced nursing degree 3 years post-graduation. 7. Faculty accomplishments in teaching, scholarship, service and practice are congruent with the mission, philosophy and goals/objectives of the program and with professional nursing standards and. Quality outcomes are: SON faculty curriculum vitae Student/faculty evaluations of teaching effectiveness Annual faculty evaluations Pre-tenure, tenure and promotion, and post-tenure review documents SON dean collects and analyzes data SON dean makes recommendations to SON faculty and VPAA as appropriate % of tenure track nursing faculty will hold doctoral degrees % of tenure track nursing faculty will

16 submit manuscripts or abs tracts for professional publication or presentation each year % of submitted manuscripts/ abstracts will be accepted % of nursing faculty will have positive self, peer and student evaluations of teaching effectiveness % of tenure track nursing faculty will participate in college and university committees % of nursing faculty will participate in professional and community activities. 8. Formal complaints/appeals related to student satisfaction and program effectiveness are: Processed according to 8.1 SON/UWG policies and procedures. 8.2 Expedited in a timely manner. 8.3 Maintained in department records. 8.4 Utilized for program improvement. UWG student handbook SON/UWG records of complaints/appeals CSC CSC makes needed SON faculty take action as needed 9. Documents and publications: 9.1 Accurately reflect student performance and satisfaction. 9.2 Accurately reflect faculty accomplishments. 9.3 Are available in printed and/or electronic forms. 9.4 Are available in printed and/or electronic forms. Revised 2/15/2010 UWG student handbook BSN/MSN recruitment/ advising materials BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean verify accuracy and availability BSN/MSN program deans and SON dean make changes as needed

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