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Gain autonomy and independence (C & C T; LL) Able to make appropriate judgment on independent nursing interventions (decision-making) (C & C T, CA) Work together with other health care team members, including patients and families (C & C T; GO; NSR; EL)

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Gain autonomy and independence c c t ll

Gain autonomy and independence (C & C T; LL)

Able to make appropriate judgment on independent nursing interventions (decision-making) (C & C T, CA)

Work together with other health care team members, including patients and families (C & C T; GO; NSR; EL)

Effective communication/ good negotiation skills/conflict management within team; language (BTL; EL, CA, LL)

Advocacy for patients and families (NSR, EL, CA) [Developing]

Be aware of organizational systems and how to use it well (NSR, EL)

Sense of social and national responsibility (NSR)

Attain a global and transcultural perspective; cultural sensitivity to patients and their health care needs (GO, CA, BTL, LL)

Commitment to developing self and professional upgrading (LL, GO, EL)

Subject knowledge

Ethical and moral and sensitive to patients (CA, NSR)

All roundedness (ALL)

Critical and Creative Thinking (C & C T)

National and social responsibility (NSR)

Lifelong learning (LL)

Global outlook (GO)

Cultural appreciation (CA)

Entrepreneurship and leadership (EL)

Bi-Literacy and trilingual literacy (BTL)

Toward outcomes: What will the student look like when she has completed the program? (abilities, knowledge)


Institutional program alignment

Hong Kong Poly Attributes

Critical and Creative Thinking (C & C T)

National and social responsibility (NSR)

Lifelong learning (LL)

Global outlook (GO)

Cultural appreciation (CA)

Entrepreneurship and leadership (EL)

Bi-Literacy and trilingual literacy (BTL)

? ADD Communication/

Interaction?

All roundedness (ALL)

CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING

Gain autonomy and independence (C & C T; LL)

Able to make appropriate judgment on independent nursing interventions (decision-making) (C & C T, CA)

Work together with other health care team members, including patients and families (C & C T; GO; NSR; EL)

NATIONAL AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Advocacy for patients and families (NSR, EL, CA) [Developing]

Be aware of organizational systems and how to use it well (NSR, EL)

Sense of social and national responsibility (NSR)

LIFELONG LEARNING

Commitment to developing self and professional upgrading (LL, GO, EL)

GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Attain a global and transcultural perspective; cultural sensitivity to patients and their health care needs (GO, CA, BTL, LL)

CULTURAL APPRECIATION

Ethical and moral and sensitive to patients (CA, NSR)

BI-LITERACY AND TRILINGUAL LITERACY

Effective communication/ good negotiation skills/conflict management within team; language (BTL; EL, CA, LL)

Subject knowledge

Institutional & Program Alignment


Ability as outcome descriptors of global outlook go cultural appreciation c ct

Ability as Outcome: Descriptors of Global Outlook [GO] (Cultural Appreciation, C & CT)

  • Tell difference about PHC in different countries and different regions of countries

  • Recognize that different regions have different resources available, depending on political, social, economic, geographic elements and level of development

  • Appreciate the needs of people in different countries and across (cultural) communities, generations, faiths, gender, physical condition, sexual preference

  • Not ethnocentric or nationalistic

  • Recognizes own beliefs about superiority of country

  • Aware of own assumptions so can understand what others think

  • Apply meanings of Global Outlook to achieve something


Gain autonomy and independence c c t ll

Ability as Outcome: Global Outlook [GO] (for ALL students (Institutional Criteria) [1-2 yr, Beginning; 2-3 yr, Intermediate, Developing; 3-4 (Graduate, Advanced)

  • Tell difference about PHC in different countries and different regions of countries [Nursing]

    • Recognize issues of local and global health concerns and problems

  • Recognize that different regions have different resources available, depending on political, social, economic, geographic elements and level of development of region [ALL] [Beginning]

    - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Appreciate the needs of people in different countries and across (cultural) communities, generations, faiths, gender, physical condition, sexual preference [ALL] [Intermediate]

    • Recognize issues of local and global health concerns and problems

  • Recognizes ethnocentrism or nationalism and how it affects relationships with others [ALL] [Beginning]

    • Recognizes and identifies own beliefs about superiority of country [ALL]

      - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Aware of own assumptions and values so can understand what others think [ALL] [Intermediate]

    - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Apply meanings of Global Outlook to achieve something [ALL] [Advanced]

    • Use relevant evidence to identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development


Gain autonomy and independence c c t ll

Ability as Outcome: Global Outlook (for ALL students (Institutional Criteria) [1-2 yr, Beginning; 2-3 yr, Intermediate, Developing; 3-4 (Graduate, Advanced)

  • Tell difference about PHC in different countries and different regions of countries [Nursing]

    • Recognize issues of local and global health concerns and problems

  • Recognize that different regions have different resources available, depending on political, social, economic, geographic elements and level of development of region [ALL] [Beginning]

    - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Appreciate the needs of people in different countries and across (cultural) communities, generations, faiths, gender, physical condition, sexual preference [ALL] [Intermediate]

    • Recognize issues of local and global health concerns and problems

  • Recognizes ethnocentrism or nationalism and how it affects relationships with others [ALL] [Beginning]

    • Recognizes and identifies own beliefs about superiority of country [ALL]

      - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Aware of own assumptions and values so can understand what others think [ALL] [Intermediate]

    - Identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development

  • Apply meanings of Global Outlook to achieve something [ALL] [Advanced]

    • Use relevant evidence to identify critical factors affecting local and GHC system, settings and development


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