Integrate scientific findings from nursing and related sciences, including genetics and genomics, into the delivery of advanced nursing care to populations in diverse settings.
Demonstrate organizational and systems leadership to assure ethical and critical decision-making at all systems’ levels for quality and patient safety.
Incorporate performance improvement strategies for quality, safety, and patient-centered care delivery.
Use improvement science to achieve optimal patient care and care environment outcomes.
Integrate meaningful and usable information systems and healthcare technologies to support safe, quality patient care and healthcare systems effectiveness.
Advocate for policy changes that influence healthcare at appropriate levels.
Lead interprofessional teams using collaborative strategies to effect quality patient care and population health outcomes.
Analyze and incorporate broad ecological and social health determinants to design and deliver evidence-based clinical prevention and population healthcare and services to individuals, families, and aggregates/identified populations.
Integrate the advanced competencies expected of a master’s prepared nurse to design, deliver, and evaluate outcomes of systems of care for individuals, families, and diverse populations.
Be prepared for leadership and a higher level of patient care