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49 Pa. Code § 21.201. Philosophy, purposes and objectives.


§ 21.201. Philosophy, purposes and objectives.

 (a)  The philosophy and objectives of the program shall be formulated, agreed upon and implemented by the faculty and shall be in accordance with the philosophy and objectives of the controlling agency. The philosophy and objectives of the program shall reflect the following:

   (1)  The belief of the faculty about nursing, practical nursing education and education in general.

   (2)  The concept that practical nursing is an integral part of nursing.

   (3)  The fact that the educational needs of the students are being met.

   (4)  The concept of preparing a practitioner who shares in the giving of direct care to patients and who functions within the accepted roles of the L.P.N.

 (b)  The philosophy and objectives shall provide the basis for the development, the conduct and the evaluation of the total program.

 (c)  The expected changes in student behavior identified in the statement of objectives shall be realistic and attainable within the program of instruction.


   The provisions of this §  21.201 amended under section 506 of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P.S. §  186); and section 8 of the Practical Nurse Law (63 P.S. §  658).


   The provisions of this §  21.201 amended July 1, 1983, effective July 2, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 2061. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (26499) and (26500).

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