Expected Student Learning Outcomes of the PhD in Nursing Program
PhD in Nursing Program's Expected Student Learning Outcomes
Synthesize relevant theories from nursing and other disciplines to develop a framework for conducting research with an emphasis on culturally competent primary health care.
Generate evidence to be used as the basis for culturally competent primary health care to improve population health.
Generate evidence related to clinical, educational, cultural and organizational issues, needs, and challenges to recommend a course of action for best practices in primary health care.
Develop skills in mentorship and leadership roles as nurse scientists in the design, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of research targeting the advancement of culturally competent evidence-based primary health care.
Integrate information technology to support culturally competent, evidence-based primary health care research that contributes to nursing and health care knowledge aimed at the reduction of health disparities.
Create change in policy by generating evidence within a culturally competent primary health care perspective.
Collaborate with intra and inter-professional scholars as well as with inter-sectorial networks within academic, research, practice, or policy arenas for local, national, and global initiatives.