Does a dedicated education unit ease new nurses' transition into practice?
Kimberly A. Dimino, DNP - Nursing, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, USA
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This mixed method study examined impact of a Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) on Transition to Practice. Results suggested that new graduate nurses with DEU experience were better prepared for contemporary practice compared to their peers with traditional clinical experiences.
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|Keywords||Dedicated Education Units;
Academic Practice Partnerships;
New Graduate Nurse;
Transition to Practice
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