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Nursing Education National League for Nursing - Core Competencies Competencies for Graduates of Master's Programs

Human Flourishing

Function as a leader and change agent in one's specialty area of practice to create systems that promote human flourishing.

Nursing Judgment

Make judgments in one's specialty area of practice that reflect a scholarly critique of current evidence from nursing and other disciplines and the capacity to identify gaps in knowledge and formulate research questions.

Professional Identity

Implement one's advanced practice role in ways that foster best practices, promote the personal and professional growth of oneself and others, demonstrate leadership, promote positive change in people and systems, and advance the profession.

Spirit of Inquiry

Contribute to the science of nursing in one's specialty area of practice by analyzing underlying disparities in knowledge or evidence; formulating research questions; and systematically evaluating the impact on quality when evidence-based solutions to nursing problems are implemented.



The NLN Education Competencies Model includes core values, integrating concepts, and program outcomes.

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