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School Closed Mon. February 19th
Shoreline Community College will be closed Mon., February 19th, in observance of Presidents' Day. 
All offices on campus will be closed, and no services will be available to students or the public during this period. The College will reopen for normal operating hours Tues., Feb. 20.



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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Shoreline Nursing Program, graduates will be able to:

  • Develop a patient-centered plan of care incorporating unique multifaceted preferences (cultural, spiritual, ethnic, developmental, psychosocial) while recognizing the patient as the source of control and full partner.
  • Demonstrate ability to coordinate and integrate care, creating continuity across multiple care environments using effective communication and shared decision-making.
  • Demonstrate effective use of strategies to reduce the risk of harm to patients and providers.
  • Evaluate system effectiveness and individual performance
  • Practice effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams, using therapeutic communication, mutual respect and shared decision making to achieve quality patient outcomes.
  • Practice effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams, using therapeutic communication, mutual respect and shared decision making to achieve quality patient outcomes.
  • Integrate best current evidence with clinical reasoning, patient/family preferences and values using the nursing process to deliver optimal nursing care.
  • Evaluate and use information and technology to communicate, mitigate error, and support decision-making.
  • Apply technology to find, analyze, and apply evidence-based information and current resources.
  • Use APA style in academic paper writing and avoid plagiarism.
  • Demonstrate honesty, self-awareness, self-regulation, and a sense of ethical responsibility for self and others while engaging in respectful communication and collaboration to enhance patient satisfaction and health outcomes, and to preserve practice integrity and safety.
  • Demonstrate professional behaviors and accountability for standard-based nursing care that is consistent with moral, legal, ethical, regulatory, and humanistic principles.