Mission Vision Statement

          

The Philippine Christian University, a church-related institution endeavors to provide an education with the three-fold emphasis: Faith, Character and Service.

The Mary Johnston College of Nursing, being an integral part of PCU, functions within its vision and mission in providing education to the students.

WE BELIEVE THAT:

  • MAN is a unique being with dignity and worth, created by God – his center. He goes through life in a predictable sequence in continuous adaptation to a changing environment as an integral whole.
  • HEALTH is a basic human right and a responsibility of both the individual and the state.
  • NURSING is a dynamic discipline, which is an art, and a science of caring for individuals, families, and communities geared towards promotion and restoration of health, prevention of and recovery from illness, and support and comfort when death is inevitable. As man’s needs vary in response to the many changes taking place in his society, nursing is likewise modified to meet his changing requirements. It utilizes scientific principles and interpersonal tools, which may be carried out independently or in coordination with other members of the health team.
  • THE STUDENT is a person with distinct capabilities and level of maturity. He / She learns best when provided with related learning experiences for observing and applying concepts learned in the classroom, as well as for synthesizing new concepts.

IN SUPPORT OF OUR BELIEF:

Nursing Education is consistent with the philosophy of higher education and committed to quality education that involves teaching-learning in seeking the truth. It aims to develop the full potentialities of the student for a productive, satisfying life as a competent nurse practitioner, translating the Christian ideal of service to God through His genuine concern for people and reverence for human life.

The educational program helps the student to be caring, responsible, nationalistic, creative and critical thinking individual. It helps the student to acquire basic knowledge, skills and attitudes essential in giving comprehensive nursing care in beginning position whenever professional nursing is practiced.

    The curriculum is planned and implemented so that the graduate:

  1. Integrate spiritual values and principles of bio-phycho–social-cultural sciences in the care of clients utilizing the nursing process as its framework.
  2. Assumes leadership role and responsibilities in varying circumstances.
  3. Assumes responsibility for professional growth through continuing education and involvement in professional socio-civic organizations.
  4. Adapts to varying situations by accepting values different from his/her own.
  5. Initiates and participates in conduct of research to enhance the body of knowledge for enrichment of the profession.
  6. Functions as a self-directed individual and as a dynamic citizen who is responsive to national needs and aware of global concerns.
  7. upholds the ideals of the alma mater and the profession at all times.