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Beazley School of Nursing Outcomes

Aggregated Student Achievement Outcome Data
 

First-Time Licensure Examination Pass Rates (NCLEX)

201620172018
91.49%96.63%97.18%


Program Completion Rates by Academic Year

2016-20172017-20182018-2019
81%58%48%


Graduate Employment Rates
6 months to 1 year from graduation

201620172018
90%
2015-2016
licensed graduates
92%
2016-2017
licensed graduates
100%
2017-2018
licensed graduates

Employment information for all graduates was not available for data collection. Of the known graduates who were eligible for employment, 100% were employed.

Updated June 24, 2019

End of Program Student Learning Outcomes

For students admitted to program prior to Fall 2018 and scheduled to graduate by Fall 2019:

  • Provide safe, quality, evidence-based, patient-centered nursing care in a variety of healthcare settings to diverse patient populations across the lifespan.
  • Engage in clinical reasoning/clinical judgment to make patient-centered care decisions.
  • Participate in quality improvement processes to improve patient care.
  • Participate in collaboration and teamwork with members of the interdisciplinary team, the patient, and the patient’s support persons.
  • Use information management principles, techniques, and systems, and patient care technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision- making.
  • Assimilate management, legal, and ethical guidelines in practice as a professional nurse.
  • Promote a culture of caring to provide holistic, compassionate patient care.

For students admitted starting Fall 2018  and students readmitted to program starting Spring 2019:

Client-Centered Care: Provide client centered care promotion therapeutic relationships, caring behaviors, and self-determination across the lifespan for diverse populations.

Safety: Practice safe nursing care that minimizes risk of harm across systems and client populations.

Clinical Judgment: Demonstrate nursing judgment through the use of clinical reasoning, the nursing process, and evidence-based practice in the provision of safe, quality care.

Professional Behaviors: Practice professional behaviors that encompass the legal/ethical framework while incorporating self-reflection, leadership and a commitment to recognize the value of life-long learning.

Quality Improvement: Manage client care through quality improvement processes, information technology, and fiscal responsibility to meet client needs and support organizational outcomes.

Collaboration: Demonstrate principles of collaborative practice within the nursing and healthcare teams fostering mutual respect and shared decision-making to achieve stated outcomes of care.

Updated November 5, 2018