Outcome 1: Knowledge – Draws on extant literature and knowledge to design and implement evidence based teaching/learning and evaluation practices to support global nursing education.
Outcome 2: Evidence Based Research and Practice – Contributes to the development of the science of nursing education through the critique, utilization, dissemination of current evidence and the conduct of research.
Outcome 3: Information Management – Develop and use information and communication technologies to enter, retrieve, and evaluate data appropriate for the delivery and evaluation of nursing education.
Outcome 4: Professionalism –
- Models professional behavior for learners and fellow faculty.
- Engage in life long learning activities, dissemination of information through scholarship and advocacy.
- Develops networks, collaborations and partnerships to enhance nursing’s influence within the academic community.
Outcome 5: Social Advocacy – Utilize knowledge about the educational environment within they which they practice and recognize how the political, institutional, social and economic forces impact the global educator role.
Outcome 6: Leadership – Provides leadership in the parent institution as well as in the nursing program to enhance visibility of nursing and its contribution to the global academic community.
Outcome 7: Role Function – Participates in interdisciplinary efforts to address health care needs locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.