Show simple item record Daystar University 2020-04-23T10:22:28Z 2020-04-23T10:22:28Z 2009-11
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dc.description This Proposal was approved by the Commission for Higher Education on 24th March 2010 en_US
dc.description.abstract The goal of the Department of Science in implementing a BScN degree is to provide a strong Christian foundation in the nursing programme for students who have completed their secondary school education, and who aspire to undertake nursing training in a Christian University that offers diverse courses that complement and enrich the nursing profession. As part of the planning exercise, the department has considered the complex contemporary context of nursing, including rapidly changing health care practice arenas in which the graduates will practice and the dramatic changes in the populations for whom nurses will provide health care. As such the individual is expected to develop unique responsibilities in a Christian institution to enable him/ her cope. The department will promote evidence-based practice which will integrate clinical experience, research and Christian values to meet these challenges. The scope of nursing practice in Kenya is changing and expanding. Nurses are being called upon to function in a variety of specialized settings such as HIV/AIDS clinics, health promotion and prevention programs. Daystar University is in a unique position to offer Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree (BScN) program that integrates the beliefs and teaching of Jesus Christ throughout the course curriculum and provides a holistic view of health care delivery. Kenyans are also looking for accessible, affordable and .flexible Kenyan approved bachelor of science in Nursing degree (BScN) education courses to enable them serve individuals, families and communities in health locally, regionally and internationally. Therefore the proposed BScN programme is designed to prepare a nurse who will lead productive professional lives. The program will provide holistic training in nursing practice, administration, education, research and leadership and the graduate will be expected to demonstrate Christian servant- leadership traits including care, compassion, empathy, love and patience in their service. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject Curriculum; Programme: Nursing en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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