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Graduate Nursing Orientation. Shirley C. Gordon PhD, NCSN Interim Director Master’s Programs 561-297-3389 [email protected] Mission and Philosophy. Mission and Vision Philosophy - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Graduate Nursing OrientationShirley C. Gordon PhD, NCSNInterim Director Masters [email protected]

  • Mission and PhilosophyMission and Vision Philosophy

  • Leadership Team/StaffDean Anne Boykin Associate Dean for Research: Dr. Patricia Liehr Associate Dean for Academics :Dr. Marlaine Smith Director Masters Program : Dr. Shirley Gordon Director Doctoral Programs : Dr. Susan Folden

  • Leadership Team/StaffDavie Campus DirectorSearch UnderwayPort St. Lucie NP Program DirectorDr. Josie Weiss Mary Curran Staff AssistantMasters Program Staff AssistantCarol Kruse 561-297-3261

  • Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing BuildingMoved in Fall 2005Energy Principles Green BuildingLeadership in Energy and Environment (LEED) CertifiedPlease cooperate in Protecting and Nurturing all our Buildings!Tour our new building!

  • College of Nursing Centers

  • Program ObjectivesGraduates willBe a specialist in advanced nursing practice, education and/or administrationUse personal, empirical, ethical aesthetic and other ways of knowing in responding critically and reflectively to calls within advanced practice nursing situations.Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for independent and collaborative practice as an advanced practice nurse

  • Program Objectives continuedAddress the complexity of caring through sociocultural responsibility and accountability as a leader of the nursing profession.Create caring-healing environments through personal and professional leadershipArticulate and apply nursing theoretical base to make decisions about nursing practice, evaluate outcomes and advance nursing knowledge

  • Program Objectives continuedInitiate systematic inquiry to study and advance the discipline of nursingCollaborate with persons, families , groups, and colleagues to promote well-being in the global community by enhancing and humanizing health care delivery and influencing health care policy.

  • Curriculum OverviewMasters Core CoursesNGR 6110 Adv Nsg Pract Grounded in CaringNGR 6891 Adv Nsg Pract: Roles Policy & FinanceNGR 6811 Philosophy & Theoretical Foundations in NursingNGR 6812 Nursing Research Evidenced Based PracticeCognates: Track SpecificConcentration: Track Specific

  • Directed Independent Study(DIS)Can be used as CognatePlan ahead (file form)

  • Program OfferingsMasters Degree FNP, ANP, GNPCNL, ADLD, Nurse EducatorAdvanced Holistic NursingBridge ProgramDual Degree BS/MSPost Masters CertificateDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)BS/PhDDoctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

  • NP Program Tracks Lead Faculty AdvisorsFamily Nurse PractitionerDr. Lynne Palma - Boca/Davie 561-297-3627 [email protected] Dr. Josie Weiss TCC [email protected] Adult Nurse PractitionerDr. Doug Sutton 561-297-2872 [email protected] Gerontological Nurse PractitionerDr. Debra Hain [email protected]

  • Masters TracksDr. Rose Sherman 561-297-0055Administration & Clinical Nurse [email protected] Kathryn Keller 561-297-2919Nurse Educator [email protected] Dr. Marguerite Purnell 561-297-3262Advanced Holistic Nursing [email protected] Dr. Rozzano Locsin 561-297-2875Individualized Track [email protected]

  • AdvisementSeek out your advisorCourse SelectionPreceptor experiencesGeneral Academic supportBefore withdrawing from courses

  • University Academic CalendarGo to University Website

  • E-CollegeMany courses have E-College optionHow to get inLogin is FAU loginInitial password is student FAU Net ID and PINDont disappearIf you do not get response use phoneFAU College of Nursing Gateway:

  • Health formsClinical requirementsRequired for all practicum coursesIt is the students responsibility to have current health information on file with the collegeClinical Faculty will review requirements

  • Background ChecksKaren Andersen is contact561-297-2871Florida Law restricts access to children, elderly, and disabled patients by persons convicted of specific misdemeanors and felonies (Chapter 435 Florida Statues). This law places restrictions on all health care facilities, which in turn require students to comply with the same restrictions as their employees and volunteers.Therefore, atwo part background check is required of all applicantsprior to admission to the College of Nursing and for all students in order tosecure access to nursing practice experiences as required by the College of Nursing degree programs.

  • Oath & AffirmationIf the student experiences a break in enrollment of one or more calendar year(s) from the original background check or most recent oath and affirmation statement, a new complete background check (both components) will be required before the student may resume coursework. The College of Nursing requires the annual submission of a signed and notarized Oath and Affirmation statement indicating that the studenthas not been arrested or charged with any crime or misdemeanor since the date ofthe initialbackground check.However, some agencies may require annual background checks and will not accept the Oath and Affirmation statement. It is the student's responsibility to find out if she or he will need to resubmit the background check or if the Oath and Affirmation statement will be acceptable for the agency she or he will attend.

  • Plan of StudyMust be filed with the Graduate College at midpoint of program listing all anticipated coursesPlans must be approved the semester before you graduateForms are located online on the Graduate College Website

  • Continuous EnrollmentMust enroll 2 of three terms each year to maintain good standingIf students violate the continuous enrollment policy, they must reapply to the university and college of nursingThere is no guarantee of re-admission into limited access programsIf you have any problems, please communicate with us early!

  • Graduation ApplicationsYou must apply to graduate!File graduation application early in the semester you plan to graduateThe Graduate College posts deadlines online and the deadlines are firm.

  • Academic ResourcesLibrary

    FAU Center for Writing Excellence

  • Additional ResourcesStudent Group Health Insurance from UniversityDiscounts at Office DepotSport facilitiesCounseling CenterStudent Health

  • Sigma Theta TauInternational Honor Society for NursingIota Xi ChapterCan be dual chapter memberCan apply for membership after of MS program completeLifetime membership (annual dues)

  • College of Nursing Website

    Students are responsible for all information in the Graduate Student Handbook

  • Student ParticipationCommittees welcome studentsCommittee on ProgramsCommittee on FacultyCommittee on StudentsMeet Mondays

  • Questions?Email Dr. Shirley [email protected] Kruse Program [email protected]

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