Patient-Centered Care: Provide nursing care that recognizes the patient as a full partner and source of control.
Safety: Through individual performance and organizational processes, provide care to patients that minimize risk of harm to patient, others and self.
Collaboration: Participate fully in the health care team in a way that fosters mutual respect and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient care.
Evidence-Based Care: Provide nursing care that is based on current evidence, clinical expertise, and patient preference, needs, and values.
Quality Improvement: Participate fully in processes to monitor outcomes and improve patient care.
Informatics: Use current technology to manage patient information and other data to maximize safety and optimize health outcomes.
Values Based Care: Provide nursing care grounded in the Christian ethic and portray the core nursing values of accountability, caring, communication, clinical reasoning, critical thinking, and lifelong learning.
Leadership: Provides nursing care while modeling the professional roles of coordinator of care, educator, advocate, and leader.
Community: Provides nursing care recognizing that populations and groups are patients with unique needs, requiring the services of educated nurses.
Culture: Provides nursing care with an understanding of and appreciation for the diverse backgrounds, values and beliefs of each individual and group.