BP032 - Bachelor of Nursing

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Plan: BP032P24D2 - Bachelor of Nursing
Campus: Bundoora Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Program Learning Outcomes for nursing practice are guided by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Registered Nurse Standards for Practice (effective June 2016). The achievement of these Standards over the three years of the BP032P24D2 Bachelor of Nursing Program is required for the graduate to apply for registration. 

On successful completion of BP032P24D2 Bachelor of Nursing, you will be able to: 

PLO1: Demonstrate a breadth and depth of nursing knowledge and concepts in a variety of real-world settings using an evidence-based approach 
PLO2: Apply evidence-based nursing knowledge to conceptualise and deliver safe and effective practice in a variety of contexts, independently and collaboratively, using emerging technological advancements. 
PLO3: Generate and evaluate solutions to all aspects of interprofessional nursing practice while complying with ethical, legal, and regulatory standards. 
PLO4: Communicate to diverse audiences employing integrity, inclusivity, and culturally safe practices to deliver quality patient care. 
PLO5: Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for professional decisions through critical thinking and reflection to resolve challenges as part of a multidisciplinary and interprofessional team. 
PLO6: Evaluate and critically reflect on the concepts of reconciliation and cultural intelligence considering the experience and perspectives of health and wellbeing for first nations people. 
PLO7: Demonstrate professionalism through lifelong learning to deliver safe, quality, holistic, and person- centred nursing care. 
PLO8: Examine and evaluate theories fundamental to lifespan development and practices that enhance lifespan transition, disability, and public health advocacy. 

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