Nursing Program - ADN & PN
Welcome to the Nursing department's website. We hope the information located on this site will create an interest in nursing as well as answer many of the questions you may have. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please get in touch with Athena Russell (843.661.8264) for more information.
Information for Potential Nursing Students
Nursing Occupation Info |
Nursing Resource Center |
Simulation Lab |
LPN to ADN Weighted Criteria 2014 | ADN Weighted Criteria Form 2014 | PN Weighted Criteria 2014
ADN Application 2015
Information for Current Nursing StudentsSemester Curriculum for ADN Program 2014 | Semester Curriculum for LPN Transition 2014 |
This announcement is to inform you that Florence-Darlington Technical College's Nursing Department has updated the organizing framework for the Associate Degree Nursing Program and the LPN to ADN Transition Program. This change was imperative to bring the curriculum up to current status of the health care environment with data adapted from the National League for Nursing (NLN) Education Competencies Model (2010) and Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN). The new education model is enclosed. The new concepts that are threaded throughout the curriculum are Human Flourishing, Nursing Judgment, Spirit of Inquiry, and Professional Identity and they replace the old concepts of Caring, Communication, Critical Thinking, Teaching and Learning, and Professional Behavior.
The new Program Student Learning Outcomes are:
Upon completion of the Associate Degree Nursing Program the graduate will:
- Human Flourishing
Advocate for patients, families, and groups in the provision of patient-centered care.
- Nursing Judgment
Make evidenced-based nursing judgments in the provision of safe, quality care for patients, families, and groups.
- Spirit of Inquiry
Examine the evidence that underlies clinical nursing practice to improve the quality of care for patients, families, and groups
- Professional Identity
Demonstrate the professional role of a nurse within nursing and inter-professional teams utilizing open communication and collaboration and an evolving professional identity.
The implementation is planned for the Spring Semester (2014) and will include new and current student populations. For further information, please contact Sharon Stafford at 843.661.8179 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department Chair, Nursing
Florence-Darlington Technical College