1 College of Nursing Assessment Plans 9/18/2014 Dept Level Degree Program Plan Update LO Data Sched Nursing UG BS Nursing Y 2014 Y Y Y Nursing GR DNP Nursing Practice Y 2014 Y Y Y Nursing GR MN Nursing Y 2014 Y Y Y
2 Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree (DNP) Program Learning Outcomes a. Produce a scholarly project designed and implemented to impact the practice environment b. Demonstrate mastery of subject material (see attachment, College of Nursing Policy D-1, Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree) c. Able to conduct scholarly or professional activities in an ethical manner Data sources a. Successfully defend scholarly project b. Successfully pass a comprehensive exam c. Successfully pass an ethics course and complete CITI training Schedule of Assessment a. Assessment report for Doctoral degree program to be submitted in September of odd-numbered years b. Report will include a list of students taking the comprehensive examination and defending projects in the past two years plus results of the examinations and defenses c. A statement on the assessment of the DNP degree program indicating if the program outcomes are being met (see attachment, College of Nursing Policy A-9, from Standards For Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Programs, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), 2013, CCNE Standard IV Program Effectiveness) and identifying any program changes needed to better prepare students to meet the program outcomes.
3 College of Nursing, Policy D-1 Title: Graduate Program Purpose: The purpose of the Graduate Program in Nursing is to educate nurses to function in advanced roles in nursing (leadership, practice, and education). The graduate who earns a Masters of Nursing (MN) is prepared as an advanced generalist focusing on evidence-based practice and leadership in order to meet the health care needs of rural individual, families, and communities. The graduate who earns a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree is prepared as an advanced practice nurse with broad understanding of health care systems and challenges. The population focus for the MSU DNP is either Family/Individual or Psych/Mental Health. Masters in Nursing Degree (Clinical Nurse Leader) Focus The focus of the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) master s degree is to prepare graduates with advanced leadership skills to be applied in the healthcare delivery system across a wide range of settings. Functions of the CNL include client advocacy, team manager, information manager, outcomes manger, systems analyst/risk anticipator, educator, and active professional. Objectives 1. Effect change through advocacy for the client, interdisciplinary health care team, and the profession. 2. Communicate effectively to achieve quality client outcomes and lateral integration of care for a cohort of clients. 3. Pursue knowledge and skills as the CNL role, needs of clients, and the health care delivery system evolve. 4. Delegate and utilize the nursing team resources (human and fiscal) and serve as a leader and partner in the interdisciplinary health care team. 5. Identify clinical and cost outcomes that improve safety, effectiveness, timeliness, efficiency, quality, and the degree to which they are clientcentered. 6. Use information systems and technology at the point of care to improve health care outcomes. 7. Participate in systems review to critically evaluate and anticipate risk to client safety to improve quality of client care delivery. 8. Assume accountability for healthcare outcomes for a specific group of clients within a unit or setting recognizing the influence of the mesosystem and macro-system on the microsystem. 9. Assimilate and apply research-based information to design, implement and evaluate clients plans of care.
4 10. Synthesize data, information and knowledge to evaluate and achieve optimal client and care environment outcomes. 11. Use appropriate teaching learning principles and strategies as well as current information, materials and technologies to facilitate the learning for clients, groups, and other health care professionals. Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) (NP, Family/Individual or Psych/Mental Health) Focus The DNP degree prepares advanced practice nurses who demonstrate clinical expertise, judgment, scholarship, and leadership to provide the highest level of nursing practice in the primary health care setting. Objectives 1. Integrate nursing science and theory biophysical, psychosocial, ethical, analytical, and organizational sciences as the foundation for the highest level of nursing practice. 2. Analyze complex health care systems to assess strengths and weaknesses to facilitate organization wide changes in practice delivery. 3. Synthesize, interpret, and apply knowledge from nursing practice, research, theory, and informatics to evaluate outcomes and sustain evidence-based advanced nursing practice. 4. Advocate for health care policy addressing issues of social justice and equality in the delivery of advanced practice nursing services. 5. Enact leadership and effective communication in inter-and intra-professional collaborator relationships to facilitate and improve outcomes for individuals, populations, and health care systems. 6. Assess epidemiological, financial, sociopolitical, occupational, and organizational forces in the development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical prevention and population health. 7. Integrate professional standards, values, accountability, and ongoing self-reflection into role acquisition as an advanced practice nurse. 8. Influence health outcomes by providing advanced independent comprehensive health care services including health promotion and counseling, health assessment and diagnosis, disease prevention, and management of health and illness of individuals and families throughout the lifespan. Reviewed/Approved: Level I: Graduate Academic Curriculum Committee (GAAC) (September, 2013) Level II: Faculty President (October, 2013)
5 College of Nursing Graduate Program Assessment Plan Master s of Nursing Degree (MN) Program Learning Outcomes a. Produce a professional project designed to impact the practice environment b. Demonstrate mastery of subject material (see attachment, College of Nursing Policy D-1, Masters of Nursing Degree) c. Able to conduct scholarly or professional activities in an ethical manner Data sources a. Successfully defend professional project b. Successfully pass a comprehensive exam c. Successfully pass an ethics course and complete CITI training Schedule of Assessment a. Assessment report for Master s degree program to be submitted in September of even-numbered years b. Report will include a list of students taking the comprehensive examination and defending projects in the past two years plus results of the examinations and defenses c. A statement on the assessment of the MN degree program indicating if the program outcomes are being met (see attachment, College of Nursing Policy A-9, from Standards For Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Programs, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education [CCNE], 2013, CCNE Standard IV Program Effectiveness, Assessment and Achievement of Program Outcomes) and identifying any program changes needed to better prepare students to meet the program outcomes.
6 BSN Program Outcomes 1. Use a foundation of community based professional nursing to provide holistic clientcentered health care in a variety of healthcare settings. 2. Synthesize theoretical and empirical knowledge from nursing, the sciences, the arts and the humanities to practice safe and effective professional nursing across the lifespan. 3. Practice basic leadership skills to create a safe caring environment and deliver quality care with an interprofessional healthcare team. 4. Evaluate the applicability of research findings in evidence based nursing practice. MSU College of Nursing Undergraduate Program Outcomes Assessment Plan 5. Utilize evidencebased clinical judgments to assist patients with the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health; prevention of disease; and death with dignity. 6. Demonstrate professionalism by incorporating professional values of altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, social justice, and value based behaviors into nursing practice and professional career development. 7. Demonstrate basic knowledge of healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environments, inducing local, state, national and global healthcare trends. 8. Utilize effective communication in professional relationships with clients in order to influence health across the health illness continuum. 9. Utilize progressive technology and information management systems to support safe nursing practice and deliver effective, quality client care. 10. Collaborate with communities to design, implement, and evaluate population based approaches to care for diverse populations. 11. Provide culturally sensitive direct and indirect care for patients across a variety of healthcare settings. Courses Where & Course: 437 (S1) When Assessed Objectives # 1, 2 (End of certain Course: 477 (S2) semester e.g. J2; Objectives #1, 3, 5, 6, S2) 10, 11 Course: 454 (S1) Course: 487 (S2) Course: 387R (J2) Objectives # 1, 4, 6, 7 Objectives # 1, 2, 3, 7, Objectives # 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 5, 6, 7 Course: 477 (S2) Objectives # 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 Course: 387R (J2) Objectives # 5, 6, 7 Course: 454 (S1) Objective # 7; Course: 444 (S1) Objective # 6 Course: 487 (S2) Objectives #1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 Course: 418 (S2) Course: 437 (S1) Objectives #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Objectives # 9, 10 Course: 454 (S1) Objectives # 2, 4 Course: 454 (S1) Objective # 1 Course: 487 (S2) Objectives #1, 2, 3, 8 Course: 454 (S1) Objectives # 1, 6 Course: 477 (S2) Objectives # 1, 2, 6 Course: 437 (S1) Objective # 7 Course: 454 (S1) Objectives # 2, 5 Examples of Evidence (e.g.clinical performance, specific course assignments, etc) Course 437 assignment: Community organization education activity Course 477 clinical performance: Community Health Needs Assessment Course 454 clinical performance: Provide direct safe professional nursing care to adult patients with urgent and palliative needs based on theoretical and empirical knowledge learned from course content. Course 487 clinical performance: Able to demonstrate basic leadership skills during clinical experiences with preceptor and during simulation labs with Case Studies. Assignments in lecture include graded student presentations and Role Play. Course 387R graded assignments: Describe researchable problems & develop/refine a research problem. Also present oral & written critique of a research report. Course 477 Clinical Performance: Identify researchable problems that emerge from clinical experiences in community settings. Course 387R graded assignment: Research & submit a paper on "death with dignity" in a terminal patient. Course 454 Clinical Performance: Demonstrate promotion of health & optimal functioning in teaching a patient about the latest research findings in the treatment of cancer. Course 444 graded class work: Student presentations on professional nursing values of integrity, social justice, etc. Course 487 clinical performance: Demonstrate the professional values of conflict management, patient advocacy, etc. while working with a preceptor in leadership & management clinical experiences. Course 418 graded course asssignment: Attend a Montana Legislative session and follow a healthcare bill that is introduced; at the end of the semester submit a paper that is focused on the costs & benefits of the statute that resulted. Course 437 clinical performance: Demonstrate effective communications with patients, families and professionals in all clinical settings. Course 454 clinical performance: Demonstrate and document verbal and written professional communication skills in caring for patients in all clinical settings. Course 454 Clinical performance: Utilize nursing informatics in the management of evidence based patient care in all clinical settings. Course 487 Graded written assignment: Evaluate appropriate data and information systems that support clinical decision making in the patient's care plan. Course 454 graded assignment: Actively participate in a class group project to design, implement, and evaluate population based approaches to care for diverse populations in the next semester. Course 477 Clinical performance: Carry out project designed in 454 with one diverse population. Course 437 clinical performance: Provide culturally sensitive care to diverse patient populations in all clinical settings. Course 454 graded asssignment: Submit nursing careplan for Native American terminal patient utilizing the principles of culturally sensitive care. Performance Threshold : Must meet all lecture & lab objectives to earn a grade of C (70%) better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and in 437 and 477. better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and clinical lab objectives in 454. better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and clinical lab objectives in 487. better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and in 387R and 477. better (70%) based on better (70%) based on better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and meeting all lecture and meeting all lecture and in 387R and 454. in 444 and 487. in 418. better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and in 437 and 454. better (70%) based on better (70%) based on better (70%) based on meeting all lecture and meeting all lecture and meeting all lecture and in 454 and 487. in 454 and 477. in 437 and 454. Note: Master Resource Outlines (MROs) for all courses in the BSN program are found on the College of Nursing Web site at: Each MRO provides the Course Number & Title, Credits, Co and Pre requisites,semesters Offered, the Course Description, Course Objectives, Course Content Outline, and Student Learning Activities, which vary from campus to campus on the five campus sites. Please refer to specific MROs for additional details for each course in the curriculum.
7 Outcomes Assessment of Graduate Programs Updated: July 28, 2014 While most undergraduate majors have assessment plans that include program desired learning outcomes and plans to assess student performance, very few of our graduate programs currently have assessment plans. That is not to say that assessment of student performance is not being done in our graduate programs. Indeed, comprehensive examinations and thesis defenses are excellent assessment tools. But we need to add one more step to close the loop on outcomes assessment: we need to review the assessment results and make decisions about ways to improve student performance (when necessary). There is actually a high level of commonality in the way we run graduate education across many of our programs. This allows for a one-size-fits-most approach to preparing assessment plans for graduate education. We will utilize this approach to bring our graduate programs into compliance with accreditation requirements to have and use assessment plans for all of our programs, at both the undergraduate and graduate level. At this time, all of our graduate programs will utilize the assessment plan detailed below, unless a program-specific assessment plan is already on file (e.g., MFA program in School of Film and Photography). Any program can opt out of the standard graduate assessment plan simply by providing an alternate assessment plan that includes at least the following elements: Program learning outcomes Identified data sources Schedule for assessment Standard Graduate Assessment Plan Program Learning Outcomes The program outcomes shown here were developed at Oregon State University and include: For masters students: a. Conduct research or produce some other form of creative work, and b. Demonstrate mastery of subject material, and c. Be able to conduct scholarly or professional activities in an ethical manner. For doctoral students: a. Produce and defend an original significant contribution to knowledge; b. Demonstrate mastery of subject material; and c. Be able to conduct scholarly activities in an ethical manner. Note: Item c in each list is satisfied by ensuring that all graduate students have received training in the responsible conduct of research.
8 Identified Data Sources The data sources used for assessment of graduate programs includes: Comprehensive examinations Thesis defenses Schedule of Assessment Assessment reports for Masters programs will be submitted in September of even-numbered years. Assessment reports for Doctoral programs will be submitted in September of odd-numbered years. The assessment report is to include: A list of students taking comprehensive examinations and defending theses in the past two years. The results of those examinations and defenses (numbers of passes and failures). A statement on the assessment of the program indicating if the program outcomes are being met, and identifying any program changes needed to better prepare students to meet the program outcomes. The assessment report is to be submitted using the available online form.
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