Welcome to the MSN Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Clinical Preceptors page. Here you will find resources and forms important to your role as clinical preceptors in the two MSN Adult-Gero Nurse Practitioner programs offered at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College.
Click on the program name to view the resources available:
The mission of Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College is: We prepare exceptional nurse leaders in an academic learner-centered environment.
The goals of Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College are:
- Provide a student-centered educational environment that respects and values the diversity of all persons and fosters life-long learning.
- Educate learners within a rigorous, evidence-based curriculum designed to advance nursing knowledge and ultimately enhance health-related outcomes.
- Promote interprofessional education for collaborative practice within the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Center at Washington University Campus and our larger community.
- Facilitate the development of nurses who provide safe, competent, compassionate, culturally appropriate, and ethical care throughout the continuum of care.
- Develop professional nurses who will assume leadership to improve healthcare outcomes in their communities.
- Develop professional nurses who influence global healthcare and understand the social determinants of health and health care policies that may impact the provision of care.
- Promote the use of technology to foster skills that enhance patient safety; provide access to information for clinical decision-making for improved outcomes.
- Engage in the development, implementation and dissemination of research to improve professional practice, patient outcomes, and advance nursing practice.
MSN Degree/Post-MSN Certificate: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Program Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the MSN degree/Post-MSN certificate program, the graduate will be able to:
- provide leadership in the use of evidence-based advanced nursing practice for delivering high quality, innovative, technologically competent, cost-effective, compassionate healthcare;
- integrate ethical principles, reflective practice, and professional values in the evolving role of the advanced practice nurse for planning and delivering safe, competent advanced practice nursing care;
- incorporate inter-professional collaboration in the design and implementation of culturally competent care in diverse settings;
- advocate and serve as a change agent in promoting health for individuals, families, communities and vulnerable populations;
- integrate informatics and research into advanced nursing practice with individual, families, communities and diverse populations to improve healthcare outcomes;
- collaborate with nurse researchers in planning evidence based interventions and research studies to answer clinical questions and improve patient outcomes;
- influence healthcare through active engagement in the social, political, and economic forces impacting healthcare delivery systems; and
- value a personal commitment to lifelong learning for continuous professional development.