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RN to BSN

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RN to BSN

Creating community leaders, the RN to BSN is Linfield’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree completion program designed for working nurses. Courses are offered online through the School of Nursing in partnership with Online and Continuing Education. Students enrolling in this four-semester program have already completed their prerequisites and most of Linfield's general education requirements.
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In the RN to BSN program at Linfield

you might take:

Trauma Informed Care

Adverse childhood experiences, exposure to toxic stress and trauma experiences that can lead to physical and mental health disparities, higher-risk behaviors, and learning challenges are examined. Explore ways educators and healthcare professionals can intervene to help develop hardiness and resilience. (NURS 372)

Palliative Care

Overview of palliative nursing as a scientific and humanistic approach to caring for individuals experiencing life-limiting illnesses. Examines approaches to care that combine compassion with quality care measures that address physical, psychological, social, spiritual, cultural and existential aspects of holistic care of the individual and family across the lifespan. (NURS 362)

Evolution of Nursing

Exploration of selected aspects of nursing history, including the contributions of religious orders and culturally and ethically diverse nurses, and their effects on contemporary nursing. (NURS 245)

Studying nursing at Linfield

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrates knowledge from liberal arts, sciences and nursing science as a basis for professional practice and applies clinical reasoning, reflective practice and evidencebased practice in the provision of safe, quality holistic clientcentered care

     

     

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  • Communicates effectively and collaboratively in a professional practice and uses information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision making to achieve health care outcomes for clients and uses information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision making to achieve health care outcomes for clients

     

     

     

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  • Provides effective nursing care that considers diverse values, cultures, perspectives and health practices
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  • Demonstrates accountability for the delivery of standards based nursing care that is consistent with moral, altruistic, legal, ethical, regulatory, humanistic and social justice principles and uses principles of stewardship and leadership effectively and efficiently to influence the practice environment and improve health outcomes 

     

     

     

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  • Demonstrates awareness of and responsiveness to the larger context of the health care system, and effectively call on system resources to provide care that is of optimal quality and value and demonstrates commitment to the nursing profession through the comportment of professional values and standards.

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Joanna Monaco
Joanna Monaco
Assistant Director of Admission for Nursing Recruitment
Peterson Hall
503-413-6844
jmonaco@linfield.edu