Global Collaboration to Improve Patient Outcomes
Deanna Dawn Hastings, MBA, MN, RN, Education, Great Falls Clinic, Great Falls, Montana, USA
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|Keywords||New Graduate Retention;
Nurse Residency Programs;
Transition to Practice
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Hastings, Deanna DawnWhile the number of graduates from schools of nursing is increasing, there is a national trend that shows they are leaving the profession at alarming rates. Supporting new graduates during the transition phase through nurse ...
Self-reported confidence levels and satisfaction by new graduate nurses practicing independently in a nurse residency program Thurman, KaitlynnBackground: The current challenges in retaining and maintaining confident and satisfied new graduate nurses are attributed to three primary factors: lack of competence, lack of self-confidence and lack of peer support ...
The lived experience of transitioning to a new graduate registered nurse following a nurse residency program: A phenomenological inquiry Butts, Michele D.Background: In the past decade, nurse vacancy rates due to turnover increased the pressure for hospitals to orient and train new graduate registered nurses as quickly as possible so they can work independently at the ...
Patterson, BarbaraThe purpose of this study is to stimulate change in how new registered nurses are trained and transitioned from their academic preparation to the workforce. Through specific individualized learning modalities which support ...
Mogensen, Donnya E. (2016-03-21)Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Evidence Based Practice (EBP) is an integral part of nursing and needs to be included in any program that transitions new nurses into practice. New Graduate Nurse Residency ...