Interprofessional Collaboration for Multiple Chronic Conditions Certificate Program
The Interprofessional Collaboration for Multiple Chronic Conditions Certificate
is designed for students in various disciplines.
Student outcomes are consistent with the Post-BSN-DNP program outcomes and other Interprofessional Core Competencies.
Specific Student Outcomes:
The student earning a certificate to utilize interprofessional collaboration to care for persons with multiple chronic conditions is prepared to:
- Integrate selected conceptual threads to promote the well-being of persons with multiple chronic conditions utilizing interprofessional team collaboration.
- Synthesize evidence-based practice within an interprofessional paradigm to improve patient care outcomes.
- Utilize interdisciplinary competencies to implement strategies that support a healthy living environment for persons with diverse physical, emotional and cultural needs.
- Utilize collaborative leadership to implement strategies that meet the regulatory guidelines applicable to persons with disabilities.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing/masters degree in nursing/Doctor of Nursing/and post-graduate APRN certificate at Georgia Southern University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/CCNE-accreditation).
Last updated: 10/19/2016