Much can be known about the coming forth of the English text of the Book of Mormon through a careful study of statements made by Joseph Smith, his scribes, and others closely associated with the translation of the Book of Mormon. The resulting English transcription, known as the Book of Lehi and referred to by Joseph Smith as written on pages, was subsequently lost or stolen.
Carry forward only one C grade in a nursing course. A second C in a nursing course will result in dismissal from the program. A student who falls below 3.
Repeat only one nursing course and only one time. A grade of D or F in any course results in dismissal from the program.
Synthesize theories, research findings, and broad-based perspectives for application in the advanced practice of nursing or nursing leadership: Integrate nursing and related sciences into the delivery of advanced nursing care to diverse populations.
Synthesize evidence for practice to determine appropriate application of interventions across diverse populations. Utilize nursing and related science evidence to analyze, design, implement and evaluate nursing care delivery systems. Utilize systematic inquiry and refined analytical skills in the provision of health care services and leadership: Integrate organizational science and informatics to make changes in the care environment to improve health outcomes.
Assume a leadership role in the management of human, fiscal, and physical healthcare resources. Critically appraise existing literature to identify best practices, apply knowledge to improve and facilitate systems of care in order to improve patient outcomes.
Disseminate results through translational scholarship. Demonstrate safe, effective assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation skills in managing the care of individuals and groups while working in interprofessional collaborative relationships: Create a relationship with clients and healthcare organizations that builds and maintains a supportive and caring partnership.
Analyze best practice evidence to implement effective quality improvement initiatives with measurable results.
Advocates for patients, families, caregivers, communities and members of the healthcare team. Articulate viewpoints and positions in order to improve the quality of health care delivery and outcomes of successful care: Assume a leadership role in effectively implementing patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team using effective communication skills.
Examine the effect of legal and regulatory processes on nursing practice, healthcare delivery, and outcomes. Consults and collaborates in interdisciplinary and interagency endeavors to advance culturally sensitive health care to clients, families, groups, and communities: Synthesize broad ecological, global and social determinants of health; principles of genetics and genomics; and epidemiologic data to design and deliver evidence-based, culturally relevant clinical preventions interventions and strategies.
Integrates prior and current learning as a basis for growth and accountability in enacting the role of advanced practice nurse or nurse leader: Advocate for patients, families, caregivers, communities, and members of the healthcare team.
Use information and communication technologies to advance patient education, enhance accessibility of care, analyze practice patterns, and improve health care outcomes, including nurse sensitive outcomes.
Value life-long learning and continued professional development. Assume a leadership role in advocacy, ethical issues, and health care policy development: Apply leadership skills and decision making in the provision of culturally responsive, high-quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery and outcomes.
Function as a leader and change agent in nursing and in health care delivery systems particularly to insure quality care for vulnerable and underserved populations.Research is a key activity of the School of Translation and Interpretation and, in particular, is the focus of its Master's and PhD programs in Translation Studies.
Application Process for MSN Executive Focus/MBA Dual Degree Program. This program is designed for nurses who already have a bachelor's degree in nursing, two or more years professional, full-time work experience and have an interest in leadership.
College of Arts, Humanities & Sciences College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences • Master of Arts in Translation Department of English Language and Literature. The Master of Health Information Management (MHIM) is designed for those interested in pursuing a significant management or administrative role in the private or public health sectors.
Recent masters dissertation topics in Translation Studies 'The Influence of Cross-cultural Factors on Interpreters’ Roles in the Medical Setting in New Zealand: Revisiting the Code of Ethics (AUSIT) from a Chinese Perspective' - Yi Liang.
The dissertation topic must be on one or more of the sub-topics within translation studies. The written dissertation is reviewed and approved by the research adviser and the dissertation advisory committee prior to scheduling a final oral examination before the committee.
Specialization in a doctoral student program is accomplished via specific combination of elective seminars in the translation studies or .