The 7C’s of nursing
- Competence is demonstrated by the student’s ability to provide safe nursing care based on strong judgment, current evidence, and the utilization of cutting-edge technology.
- Compassion: The student demonstrates compassion by advocating for and respecting individual clients’ and families’ values, needs, and preferences.
- confidence: To assure the provision of quality nursing care, the student gains confidence via inquiry, multidisciplinary teamwork, and clinical reasoning in simulated learning environments and a variety of health care practice situations.
- Conscience: The student follows legal and ethical principles based on professional nursing standards while acknowledging personal limitations, demonstrating integrity, and appreciating others’ contributions.
- commitment: Professionalism, leadership, ownership of one’s practice, and dedication to lifelong learning are all examples of a student’s commitment to excellence.
- Communication: To continuously improve the quality and safety of nursing care for clients, families, and communities, the student employs effective forms of communication, such as networking methods and informatics.
- Culture: Through a comprehensive approach that is client-centered and applied within the context of family and community, the student integrates culturally sensitive and competent nursing care.