1. Incorporates patient’s health beliefs, values, and cultural practice in designing and delivering care in the community. (1.1, 1.2)
2. Designs evidence-based strategies and prioritizes them according to the needs of the populations at risk in a given community. (2.5)
3. Analyzes outcomes of programs in the community to evaluate the influence of political processes and resource allocation. (3.1)
4. Implements holistic, patient-centered care that reflects an understanding of nutrition, human growth and development, pathophysiology, pharmacology, medical management, and nursing management for patients in diverse health care settings. (3.1)
5. Practices with knowledge of professional and regulatory agency guidelines. (5.6)
6. Analyzes the healthcare delivered in a given community to determine whether Community needs are met. (2.1)
7. Determines resources required to meet essential health care needs of a selected community group. (2.3)
8. Uses critical thinking, research findings and ethical reasoning and the nursing process to design and implement a program addressing a health concern for a population at risk.
9. Compares and contrast risk factors and health issues affecting health in local communities and those occurring globally.
10. Use information from the community to identify potential genetic pre-dispositions to target health teaching.