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  Jeanette H. Lupinacci, Ed.D., MSN, RN, CRRN lupinacci 

Welcome to Western Connecticut State University's Nursing Program!

 

Western's Nursing begins in a student's second-year sequence, or the student's sophomore year. This provides the students with three full years of nursing courses. We offer smaller class sizes and faculty are readily accessible to students. Western’s nursing department has affiliations with many health care agencies in the greater Danbury, Waterbury and New Haven areas.  WCSU nursing has one of the highest pass rates for the NCLEX  in Connecticut. Our graduates have gone on to be very successful in many areas of nursing and are sought after by many employers in Connecticut.

 

Please feel free to contact me if you have further questions regarding our program.
  Dr. Jeanette Lupinacci
Undergraduate
Coordinator
lupinaccij@wcsu.edu
The program is accredited by the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education (CCNE), One Dupont Circle NW, Washington, DC, 20036. Phone: (202) 887-6791; fax: (202) 887-8476
  Application to the Nursing Major for Fall 2014 is closed.
   
  Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S)
  Students who graduate with a B.S. degree in Nursing from Western will possess the following skill sets.  They will be able to:
  • Synthesize knowledge from the arts, sciences, and humanities with nursing theory as the basis for making nursing proactive decisions.
  • Exercise critical thinking in using the nursing process to assess, diagnose, plan, implement, and evaluate the care provided to individuals, families and communities.
  • Apply the nursing process to design, implement, and evaluate therapeutic nursing interventions to provide preventive, curative, supportive, and restorative care for individuals, families, and communities in both structures and unstructured settings, using a variety of techniques.
  • Use a variety of communication techniques, including written documentation, in the process of assessment, counseling, and therapeutic interventions with individual clients, families, groups and communities.
  • Develop and implement a variety of teaching-learning strategies in the provision of health teaching for individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings.
 
  • Use the process of scientific inquiry and research findings to improve nursing care delivery.
  • Manage information, human resources, and material resources to achieve optimum client outcomes in a cost-effective manner.
 
  • Use leadership, management, and collaborative skills as a member of a multidisciplinary team within  the health care delivery system to develop implement, and evaluate health care provided to clients.
 
  • Exercise independent judgment and ethical decision-making, and act as an advocate for consumers of health care services.
  • Demonstrate accountability in learning and in nursing actions, based on accepted standards of nursing care and in accordance of professional nursing practice.