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Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Clinical Preceptors

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.

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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:

  1. Provide a student-centered educational environment that respects and values the diversity of all persons and fosters life-long learning.
  2. Educate learners within a rigorous, evidence-based curriculum designed to advance nursing knowledge and ultimately enhance health-related outcomes.
  3. Promote interprofessional education for collaborative practice within the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Center at Washington University Campus and our larger community.
  4. Facilitate the development of nurses who provide safe, competent, compassionate, culturally appropriate, and ethical care throughout the continuum of care.
  5. Develop professional nurses who will assume leadership to improve healthcare outcomes in their communities.
  6. 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.
  7. Promote the use of technology to foster skills that enhance patient safety; provide access to information for clinical decision-making for improved outcomes.
  8. 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:

  1. provide leadership in the use of evidence-based advanced nursing practice for delivering high quality, innovative, technologically competent, cost-effective, compassionate healthcare;
  2. 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;
  3. incorporate inter-professional collaboration in the design and implementation of culturally competent care in diverse settings;
  4. advocate and serve as a change agent in promoting health for individuals, families, communities and vulnerable populations;
  5. integrate informatics and research into advanced nursing practice with  individual, families, communities and diverse populations to improve healthcare outcomes;
  6. collaborate with nurse researchers in planning evidence based interventions and research studies to answer clinical questions and improve patient outcomes;
  7. influence healthcare through active engagement in the social, political, and economic forces impacting healthcare delivery systems; and
  8. value a personal commitment to lifelong learning for continuous professional development.

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