Undergraduate Program

KOÇ UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs) and LEVELED LEARNING OBJECTIVES

KOÇ UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs)

Knowledge

1             Has theoretical and practical knowledge required fulfilling occupational roles and functions.

2             Has general knowledge as a requirement of being an individual and member of a profession.

Skils     

3             Performs nursing practices in accordance with professional principles and standards.

4             Fulfills the healthcare requirements for the individual, family, and society with an integrated approach in the course of nursing.

Competency    

5             Participates in studies, projects, and activities in coordination with the health care team and other disciplines with the sense of social responsibility.

6             Implements learning, teaching, and management phases during nursing practice.

7             Uses learning, problem solving, and critical thinking skills for a lifetime.

8             Uses effective communication skills.

9             Uses information and maintenance technologies in his/her professional practices and research.

10           Uses scientific principles, methods, and research results in nursing practices.

11           Makes use of foreign language(s) to follow knowledge in his/her area and communicate with his/her colleagues.

12           Acts in accordance with the principles and values of professional ethics in nursing practices.

13           Performs nursing by following the relevant policies and in accordance with the laws.

14           Participates in activities that will contribute to professional improvement and ensure lifelong learning.

15           Be a role model for his colleagues and society with his/her professional identity.

16           Regards the universality of basic values and social rights.

 

 

LEVELED LEARNING OBJECTIVES

FRESHMAN

  1. Ability to recognize the individual, family, and society.
  2. Ability to explain bio-psycho-social side of humans with regard to their life cycles.
  3. Ability to identify the individual as a bio-psycho-social integrity.
  4. Ability to assess the health requirements of the individual, family, and society.
  5. Ability to explain the factors that affect the health of the individual, family, and society.
  6. Ability to discuss personal responsibilities to protect and improve the health of the individual, family, and society.
  7. Ability to comprehend the practices to protect and improve the health of an individual, family, and society.
  8. Ability to use skills he/she gained in relation to the protection and improvement of health in application areas.
  9. Ability to recognize the application areas to protect and improve health in our country and in the world.
  10. Ability to explain the historical development of health care services.
  11. Ability to explain the importance of cooperation between sectors in health protection and improvement.
  12. Ability to discuss safety and patient safety concepts.
  13. Ability to develop a basic understanding with respect to nursing philosophy.
  14. Ability to discuss the roles and responsibilities of a nurse in primary health care service areas.
  15. Ability to recognize the contribution of nurses in protecting and improving health.
  16. Ability to explain the country’s health policies and social security system.
  17. Ability to recognize legal and ethical aspects of nursing practices.
  18. Ability to explain the steps of the nursing experience.
  19. Ability to take responsibility for self-learning.
  20. Ability to realize his/her personal leadership skills.
  21. Ability to act respectfully to human rights.
  22. Having an effective written and verbal communication skills in professional and social areas.
  23. Ability to identify the means of accessing knowledge.

 

SOPHOMORE

  1. Ability to identify the individual or family whose health declines.
  2. Ability to explain the factors that deteriorate the health of an individual or family.
  3. Ability to plan bio-psycho-social care of an individual or family whose health has deteriorated.
  4. Ability to use problem-solving skills in the care of the individual and family.
  5. Ability to use skills s/he gained for the care of the individual or family whose health has deteriorated.
  6. Ability to make use of effective communication skills while giving care to an individual and family whose health has deteriorated
  7. Ability to communicate effectively with health care team members.
  8. Ability to explain the role and functions of the nurse in the areas of secondary and tertiary health care services.
  9. Ability to explain responsibilities defined in the laws and regulations related to nursing.
  10. Ability to discuss legal and ethical aspects of nursing practices.
  11. Ability to use the principles of patient safety in nursing practices.
  12. Ability to use leadership skills while caring for individuals and families.
  13. Ability to identify the place of scientific knowledge and research results in nursing practices based on evidence.
  14. Ability to explain the effects of health policies on nursing.
  15. Ability to comprehend leadership skills in the delivery of nursing services and nursing care.
  16. Ability to use the means of accessing knowledge effectively.

 

JUNIOR

  1. Possession of sufficient knowledge to conduct the care of an individual, family, and society with complicated health problems.
  2. Ability to use nursing knowledge and skills he/she has learned in the solution of complicated health problems.
  3. Ability to carry out the care of an individual, family, and society with an integral mentality.
  4. Ability to realize the contribution of nursing care to an individual, family, and society with complicated health problems.
  5. Ability to use every step of the course of nursing while carrying out the care of the individuals who have a high risk or complicated problems.
  6. Ability to manage his/her care in accordance with the requirements of the individual, family, and society using his/her critical thinking skills.
  7. Ability to cooperate with the members of the health care team while caring for individuals, families, and societies who have complicated health problems.
  8. Ability to evaluate health services with a critical approach.
  9. Ability to care for an individual, family, and society with complicated health problems in accordance with the laws and principles of ethics.
  10. Ability to use evidence-based knowledge and practices while caring for an individual, family, and society with complicated health problems.
  11. Ability to use technology and information systems in managing the care of an individual, family, and society.
  12. Ability to benefit from laws and regulations related to nursing.
  13. Benefits from laws and regulations related to the delivery of nursing services.

 

SENIOR

  1. Ability to use the knowledge and skills he/she has gained in application areas.
  2. Ability to use the means of accessing knowledge when he/she faces a new situation.
  3. Ability to use the strategies to improve health and effectively prevent diseases.
  4. Ability to display competency in providing reliable and extensive nursing care.
  5. Ability to use clinical and decision making skills in real life situations.
  6. Ability to solve problems he/she faces in planning and providing nursing services.
  7. Ability to display management and leadership skills he/she has developed.
  8. Ability to enhance the communication skills he/she has gained in real life situations.
  9. Ability to integrate his/her ethical and professional values to the care he/she delivers to an individual, family, or society.
  10. Ability to develop an understanding related to the effects of organizational structure, vision and values in the development of health systems.
  11. Ability to use evidence-based research results in the improvement of the nursing care he/she gives.