1. A provider of compassionate patient-centered care who demonstrates a commitment to cultural and spiritual diversity, caring, and advocacy in promoting improved health capacities for individuals, families, and communities across a continuum of care settings.
2. A steward of resources who adapts to human, financial, material, and regulatory realities to coordinate innovative, effective, quality care
3. An empathic communicator who effectively manages health information and evolving communication technologies to improve care coordination in meeting care outcomes
4. An collaborator who coordinates care activities among interprofessional members of the healthcare team to impact health outcomes of individuals, families, and communities
5. An evolving clinical thinker who uses theory, observation, evidence, leadership skills and practice experience to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities
6. An entry-level generalist who integrates knowledge and skills from a liberal education in applying evidence-based solutions to health issues to promote wellness for individuals, families, and communities