Programs Offerings


Programs
  • MIND Program: Management of Instruction by (Letranite) Nurses for Development towards Quality of Life of Diverse Individuals, Families, Communities, and Populations in Varied Settings

    This MIND program aims to develop the capabilities of Letranite Nurses in the promotion of health and prevention of illness through evidence based and innovative seminars, training and workshops in collaboration with inter, intra and multi disciplinary and multi cultural teams. This will enhance the quality of life of diverse people in varied settings or situations.

  • ARRIBA SPIRIT Project: This program aims to strengthen the Nursing Letranite’s strong commitment and conviction to the Christian and Dominican teachings and philosophy in thoughts, words and deeds.

  • TEST Program: The Excellent Strategy in Test-taking This program aims to prepare and empower Nursing Letranites in their local and international Board of Nursing Examinations.

  • HEART Program: Health Education ,Assessment , Research and Training in Primary Health Care
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

After the completion of the academic program, the graduates of Bachelor of Science in Nursing program are expected to:

  • Practice Professional Nursing to individuals, families, and groups of any socio-demographic origin, in any setting – institutional or community, of any phase of the health-illness continuum in the areas of disease prevention, health promotion, restoration and maintenance, and even during the time of death;
  • Conduct research and apply research findings to improve the theoretical base of the profession, as well as nursing practice;
  • Use critical thinking process in decision-making in rendering care to clients;
  • Provide community services to meet health care needs of specific clients and utilize government and non-government agencies and resources;
  • Practice the value of pursuing development programs for personal and professional enhancement through exposure to seminars and training workshops;
  • Endeavor to continually enhance one’s professional competencies in their area of specialization; and
  • Assume leadership roles and responsibilities in varied practice settings.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) shall have the following attributes/competencies:

  • Beginning Nurse’s Role on Client Care.
    • 1.1 Practice in accordance with legal principles and the code of ethics in making personal and professional judgment
    • 1.2 Utilize the nursing process in the interdisciplinary care of clients that empowers them and promote safe quality care
    • 1.3 Maintain complete and up-to-date recording and reporting system
    • 1.4 Establish collaborative relationship with colleagues and other members of the team to enhance nursing and other health care services
    • 1.5 Promote professional and personal growth and development
  • Beginning Nurse’s Role on Management and Leadership.
    • 2.1 Demonstrate management and leadership skills to provide safe and quality care
    • 2.2 Demonstrate accountability for safe nursing practice
    • 2.3 Demonstrate management and leadership skills to deliver health programs and services effectively to specific client groups in the community settings
    • 2.4 Manage a community/village based health facility/component of a health program or a nursing service
    • 2.5 Demonstrate ability to lead and supervise nursing support staff
    • 2.6 Utilize appropriate mechanism for networking, linkage building and referrals
  • Beginning Nurse’s Role on Research.
    • 3.1 Engage in nursing health related research with or under the supervision of an experienced researcher
    • 3.2 Evaluate research study/report utilizing guidelines in the conduct of a written research critique
    • 3.3 Apply the research process in improving client care in partnership with a quality improvement/quality assurance/nursing audit team
  • Dominican Identity
    • 4.1 Demonstrate the values of a true Letranite in his/her personal and professional life
Date Updated: March 12, 2021