Transition from nursing student to registered nurse in Singapore: Professional and organizational perspectives
Ming Wei Jeffrey Woo, BN (Hons); Stuart Andrew Newman, MHA, BEd (Nsg), DipTch (Nsg), RN -- Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
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This is a mixed-method study reporting newly graduated registered nurses (NGRNS) transition experience to professional practice in Singapore, represented by three themes; "personal", "professional" and "organizational". NGRNs experience some degree of unpreparedness, owing to theory-to-practice gap. Likewise, degree and types of healthcare organizational supports might also impact their transition experience.
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