Students will be able to synthesize theoretical, scientific, and contemporary clinical knowledge for the assessment and management of both health and illness states.
Students will be able to implement clinical reasoning and builds collaborative intra- and interprofessional relationships to provide optimal care to patients.
Students will be able to provide patient-centered, quality care to the adult and older adult population within the acute and critical care settings through incorporation of health promotion, health protections, disease prevention and treatment.
Students will be able to impart knowledge and individualize therapies through the activities of advocacy, modeling and teaching
Students will be able to apply evidence-based practice designed to improve quality of care and health outcomes by overseeing and directing the delivery of clinical services within an integrated system of healthcare.