2012 traditional BSN one year follow-ups

1. BSN One Year Follow-up

 
We are conducting one year follow-up surveys with our academic year 2011-12 BSN graduates. Your feedback is very important in determining the strengths and areas for improvement of our program and to identify career opportunities available for future graduates. We will use the information we gather from you in our ongoing institutional effectiveness efforts. All data will remain strictly confidential and will be combined with answers from other graduates to generate statistical reports for analysis. Thank you in advance for your thoughtful responses.
1. Employment status:
2. Were you employed:
3. Present position:
4. Type of agency:
5. Please respond to the following questions:
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Was this your initial position after graduation?
Is a BSN required for your present position?
Is preference given to a nurse with a BSN for your position?
Have you completed any inservices or continuing education since graduation?
Have you enrolled in graduate courses or obtained a graduate degree since graduation?
6. If you have enrolled in a graduate program, please specify the type of degree sought, the institution, and the anticipated graduation date:
7. Please list any of the following that you have been involved with since graduation:
8. Are you an active member of the Baptist College of Health Sciences Alumni Association?
9. The baccalaureate nursing curriculum prepared me to:
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Demonstrate respect for diversity and the inherent rights and dignity of individuals, families, and communities.
Apply knowledge synthesized from the humanities, sciences, and nursing.
Exhibit critical thinking and decision-making skills in theoretical and clinical situations.
Demonstrate ability to function in the roles of a provider of care; designer, manager, and coordinator of care; and as a member of the nursing profession.
Provide therapeutic interventions based on assessment and strategies for promotion and maintenance of health, prevention of illness, restoration of health, and preservation of dignity in death for individuals, families, and communities.
Incorporate professional standards, code of ethics, concepts of global health care, theory, and research into nursing practice.
Synthesize principles of leadership and management.
Communicate effectively and/or therapeutically with clients, families, and other healthcare providers.
Analyze impact of cultural, economical, social, environmental,and political factors on the health of individuals, families, and communities.