Michele Cislo, MSN, RN
Interim Director of Nursing
Phone: (908) 791-4917
Click here for information about the Practical Nursing certificate program at Union County College.
TEAS TESTING: INFORMATION FROM THE UNION COUNTY COLLEGE TESTING CENTER
Union County College campuses are closed to students and staff until further notice, however class instruction continues online and Student Services is operating remotely.
All TEAS testing for our Practical Nursing applications is temporarily been postponed.
Students should send questions to: email@example.com for more specific current information. The Testing Center can also place students on a list to be sent an immediate email once the Testing Center is re-opened for test administration. Additionally, check www.ucc.edu for updates.
This guide has been created to help you find general information about Union County College's Practical Nursing program, and to locate nursing information resources available in the College Libraries and on the World Wide Web.
If you need further assistance in your research, don't hesitate to contact the Practical Nursing Resources librarian, Elsa Bruguier, MLS, MA: 908-412-3569; firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Literacy Competency Standards for Nursing-- from the Association of College and Research Libraries-- "...The Information Literacy Competency Standards for Nursing were completed and submitted to ACRL by the Health Sciences Interest Group - Information Literacy Standards for Nursing Task force in the spring of 2013. Preparation for the writing of the standards was based on two years of research on the information literacy needs of nursing students who are preparing for a profession in which evidence-based practice and translational research are fundamental values. This process included an extensive review of library and nursing literature; study of nursing standards used for accreditation; examining documents respected by nursing professionals and academics; as well as consultation with nursing faculty and library colleagues.
The Standards directly address the information skills needed by nursing students at the associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels and are written for nursing faculty and librarians who support nursing programs and nursing students in academic settings. However, because many nursing students are also practicing nurses, the skills described in the standards can be used for continuing education in the nursing profession...."