Shared Governance

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Vision

TTUHSC School of Nursing will shape healthcare of the future by advancing the profession, improving the health of others, and inspiring exceptional care.

Mission

The mission of the TTUHSC School of Nursing is to educate students for practice in evolving healthcare systems and to advance knowledge and practice through research, service, and community engagement.

Core Values

As a TTUHSC School of Nursing team member, I commit to:

  • Seek transparency through open communication, respect, and clarity;
  • Advance a work ethic of excellence, accountability, and integrity; and
  • Promote a spirit of teamwork, trust, and compassion
Attention TTUHSC School of Nursing - Coordinating Council Members

A new Staff Awards Policy is up for review:

XX.XXX Staff Awards Policy

Staff Award Nomination Link

Comments regarding this policy may be sent to:

Allison Pritchard allison.pritchard@ttuhsc.edu

The review will be available September 22, 2016 – September 26, 2016.

TTUHSC SON Strategic Plan Goals
  • Goal I: (Students) Foster the development of competent nursing professionals through academic programs that address critical needs of the profession.
  • Goal II: (Faculty and Staff) Foster a rich and supportive environment for team who are committed to the successful achievement of its mission.
  • Goal III: (Research and Scholarship) Advance knowledge, practice and pedagogy through innovative research and scholarship.
  • Goal IV: (Outreach/Engagement) Promote improved community health through the provision of patient care services and healthcare education.
  • Goal V: (Operations) Maintain effective and efficient operation in the accomplishment of its mission.
A Proposed Process

The TTUHSC School of Nursing (SON) has experienced tremendous growth over the past 14 years in three strategic areas – student enrollment, geographic locations, and program offerings. The SON currently has students and program offerings in multiple locations in central and west Texas. The SON leadership team is committed to continued growth to meet the need for a highly educated and well‐trained nursing workforce. This high level of organizational complexity has created challenges in communication and engagement of the faculty and staff especially related to committee work. Additionally, the belief that faculty and staff thrive in an organization where core values are agreed upon and a meaningful structure for communication to recommend direction to the Dean exists.

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