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    Quality, Compassionate Care

    Le Moyne offers undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing, all of which are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). We take great pride in educating our nursing students to become conscientious, compassionate professionals who provide outstanding care to their patients and service to their communities. Nursing students put the exceptional clinical skills they learned in the classroom to work in communities locally and abroad. They have the opportunity to participate in unique service activities such as accompanying veterans to Washington, D.C., as part of the Honor Flight program and traveling to Ghana or Belize to provide health care to those in need. In keeping with the Le Moyne College tradition, faculty work closely with students to build rapport and facilitate learning by offering one-on-one advisement, small classes, and state-of-the-art facilities.


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    Undergraduate Program Goals and Outcomes

    1.  Leadership in delivering care based on ethical and scientific principles
                a. Integrate information from nursing and the liberal arts and sciences to make practice
    decisions
                b. Evaluate research findings      
                c. Integrate principles of ethical decision making in professional practice
    2.  Commitment to continuous learning and application of new knowledge
            a. Demonstrate evidence of professional development and growth by engaging in activities to promote the advancement of the profession
                b. Implement evidence into practice
    3.  Inquiry into healthcare systems regarding quality of care  
                 a. Reflect on progress towards personal development of the multidimensional role of the                professional nurse
                  b. Examine the complexities of the health care system and the impact on the individual,
       group, and population outcomes
    4.  Compassionate care of the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals, groups, and populations along the continuum of illness to wellness, acting locally and globally
                   a. Integrate principles of altruism, cultural diversity, and caring in the delivery of health
    services to clients
                   b. Recommend strategies to improve access, equality, and outcomes in individuals, groups, and global populations
                   c. Reflect on personal influence on health of individuals, families and populations
    5.  Generosity of spirit, transforming care in service with a preference for the vulnerable, poor and   underserved
    a. Value the divine nature of all individuals
    b. Advocate for health equity and social justice

     Graduate Program Goals and Outcomes

    1.  Leadership in delivering advanced nursing care based on ethical and scientific principles
      a. Integrate theory, evidence, clinical judgment, research, and interprofessional perspectives to provide and to improve practice and health outcomes for patients, families and populations.                  
     b. Use concepts of financial stewardship in business, policy and clinical practice
              c. Integrate principles of ethical decision making in professional practice
    2.  Commitment to continuous learning and application of new knowledge
             a. Demonstrate evidence of professional development and growth by engaging in activities to promote the advancement of the profession
                 b. Share expertise with other healthcare professionals and the community to improve the
    quality of care
                c. Practice using the best available evidence and guidelines
                d. Determine own learning needs and actively seek learning opportunities
    3.  Evaluation of healthcare systems with regard to quality of care
                a. Evaluate healthcare systems and care outcomes using sound and current data      
                b. Examine the complexities of the health care system and the impact on the individual, group, and population outcomes
                c. Model a personal philosophy of nursing leadership
    4.  Compassionate care of the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals, groups, and populations along the continuum of illness to wellness, acting locally and globally
                  a. Build principles of altruism, cultural diversity, and caring into professional practice.
                b. Create patient-centered and culturally sensitive strategies to improve access, equality, and health outcomes in individuals, families and populations
                c. Reflect on personal influence on health of individuals, families and populations
    5.  Generosity of spirit, transforming care in service with a preference for the vulnerable, poor and   underserved
                a. Engage in practices that protect the divine nature of all individuals
                b. Advocate for health equity and social justice
                c. Mentor nurses and other health care professionals in just culture and practice

     

    Nursing at Le Moyne

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    Honor Flight

    Watch as the Le Moyne College nursing students embark on a journey to Washington, DC to bring World War II Veterans to see the monuments built in their honor.

    Omicron at-Large

    Omicron Alumni Chapter of Syracuse University is proud to add Le Moyne College to our charter as a member of our global community of nursing.

    On October 1, 2015 Omicron amended its charter by adding Le Moyne Honor Society of Nursing to officially become

    Omicron at-Large

    The former Le Moyne Honor Society of Nursing would like to say thank you for the continued support during our growth and development to become an at-Large Chapter with Omicron Alumni Chapter of Syracuse University Nursing.

    Le Moyne is proud to become part of Omicron at-Large Chapter and we pledge our commitment to nursing excellence and STTI’s purposes.

    As we move forward with our new journey let’s reflect on one of President Klopper’s Call to Action charges: Gratitude. By living a life of gratitude, we find meaning in our personal and professional lives and respectfully connect and embrace the diversity of people.

    Congratulations and welcome our newest members of the Omicron at-Large Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International. 

    You are Sigma Theta Tau; We are Sigma Theta Tau

    Sincerely,

    Kara Keyes, MS, RN  
    Omicron at-Large, President

     

    Our Faculty

     

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    Kara Keyes, M.S., R.N.

    Professor of Practice View Bio
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    Barbara Carranti, M.S., R.N., C.N.S.

    Clinical Associate Professor View Bio
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    Virginia Cronin, Ph.D., R.N.

    Director, F.N.P. Program View Bio
    Our Stories
    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Honor Flight - Mission Accomplished

    Bringing a group of World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., was a mission Le Moyne nursing students happily accepted.

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Global Lessons in Care

    “The most rewarding part of the trip was being able to immerse myself in the Ghanaian culture,” said Christopher Spinella ’14, a nursing student from Syracuse, N.Y. “The people of Ghana were welcoming from the beginning."

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Following a New Path

    As a child Kateri Allard was intent on becoming a dancer. When an illness brought her to the hospital for several months, though, she was led down a new path - to become a nurse like those who cared for her.

    Student Organizations & Professional Societies

    The Le Moyne College Honor Society of Nursing was established in April 2007 to recognize undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated both high academic achievement and potential for leadership in the profession of nursing. A ceremony is held each May to induct those qualified into this prestigious organization. 

    Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for membership in the honor society if they meet the criteria. 

     


    Get in Touch

    Contact the Department Chair:

    Meega Wells


    PHONE:

    (315) 445-5435


    EMAIL:

    Contact the Department:

    Second floor of Grewen Hall
    Le Moyne College
    1419 Salt Springs Road,
    Syracuse, NY 13214


    PHONE:

    (315) 445-5435


    EMAIL:

    Admission Requirements and Application Process

    Office of Graduate Admission
    Phone (315) 445-5444
    Fax (315) 445-6092
    GradAdmission@lemoyne.edu
    Go to Graduate Nursing apply page

    Welcome to Nursing

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    Margaret (Meega) Wells Ph.D, R.N. and A.N.P.

    Nursing

    A career in nursing offers a variety of employment opportunities. Our rigorous nursing programs prepare students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We hope you find all the information you are looking for on our website. If you have any questions, please contact the Department. Phone- (315) 445-5435 Email: lemoyne.edu/nursing

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