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RLNC-Rashid Latif Nursing College

The guiding philosophy of the BSN Program is based on the College of Nursing’s values: collaboration, social responsibility, integrity, respect, accountability, diversity, and excellence.

Why Choose RLNC

To prepare competent and compassionate nurses who can provide quality health care to patients locally and globally.
To provide a conducive learning environment to nursing students without any religious, political, ethnic, gender, color and race discrimination.
To develop advanced knowledge and critical skills through proven academic programs and instructional methods.

Collaboration:

The Care of individuals, families and communities occurs within a health care system that provides consultation, collaborative management, and referral between nurse-physician and other health care providers. This care enhances continuity in the best interests of the women and their families.

Social Responsibility:

Social and reproductive justice is an essential value of the nursing practice. There is a need to develop innovative systems to increase access to health care for all individuals and their families.

Integrity:

Nurses respect their self-worth, dignity, and professional integrity. They provide an environment that promotes privacy and safety for individuals and their families and protects them from harmful and unethical practices.

Respect:

Nurses respect the individuality, dignity, and basic human rights of all people and patients present in a healthcare facility. They support the self-determination of individuals and their families through partnership and empowerment. Nurses recognize the normalcy of women's life cycle events, including menarche, preconception, pregnancy, birth, newborn care, postpartum, miscarriage and abortion, well-woman care, and menopause. A central goal of care is to promote, maintain, and restore the well-being and health of women, families, and communities.

Accountability:

Nurses maintain a commitment to professionalism through reflective and systematic evaluation of practice and ongoing professional growth.

Diversity:

Nurses approach the care of individuals and their families from a position of cultural humility and inquiry, they provide care without discrimination or prejudice.

Excellence:

Nurses apply the scientific evidence from nursing science, midwifery, and related sciences to the care of individuals and their families. Nurses educated at the graduate level are prepared to safely and competently practice the PNC core competencies while BSN graduates are further prepared with skills in leadership, practice inquiry, and evaluation.

OBJECTIVES:

The specific objectives of the BSN track are to prepare graduates who:
  • Provide competent, safe, high-quality and culturally sensitive nursing care to address the healthcare needs of diverse individuals, families, and communities.
  • Critically evaluate theories, concepts, and research findings from nursing, midwifery, and related sciences for translation into clinical practice.
  • Use effective communication and leadership skills in interprofessional teams to promote positive change in the healthcare of individuals, families, and communities.
  • Use information systems and other technologies to improve the quality and safety of health care for individuals, families, and communities.
  • Apply principles of distributive justice and the social determinants of health in the evaluation of health policies and advocacy for the health of individuals, families, and communities in local, national, and international contexts.
  • Evaluate care systems by analyzing the needs of consumers, health care policies, service delivery and finance models, political contexts, and health indicators to increase access to health care for all individuals, and their families in a variety of communities.

Principal Message

Mr. Faisal Nadeem welcoming and Encouraging the students.