Provider of Care: Use clinical decision making to provide evidence-based care in accordance with established standards of care.
- Assess and prioritize multi-system client needs
- Develop individualized plans of care appropriate to clients’ cultural and developmental needs
- Perform competent nursing interventions consistent with policy and standards
- Evaluate client outcomes and revise care as needed
Communicator/Teacher: Communicate effectively to promote adaptation and maintain client health.
- Demonstrate caring and respect for unique values and needs of clients and families
- Relate constructively to other members of health care team
- Report and record clear, concise, and relevant data to support client safety and continuity of care
- Employ principles of teaching and learning to meet the educational needs of clients, families, and/or groups
Manager of Care: Coordinate and manage the care of groups of clients in structured health care settings.
- Delegate and evaluate client care appropriately
- Collaborate with health team members to achieve quality client outcomes and achieve continuity of care
- Advocate for balance in quality care and cost of care
- Use technology to promote client safety and health
Member of the Discipline: Illustrates professional accountability and commitment to life-long learning.
- Adhere to legal practice standards, program and /or agency policies
- Select opportunities for role, knowledge, skill, and/or professional development
- Model accountability for competence, integrity, and ethical conduct