20 Tips and tricks for early career nurses: Part 3
Karen Domínguez-Cancino, DPH(c), MPH, BSN, RN; Rick Kwan, PhD, RN; Steven Powell, MSN, RN, MEDSURG-BC, CRRN, NHDP-BC
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It is normal to be nervous, excited, and maybe even a little frightened in the first few years of your new nursing profession. This webinar will provide you with at least 20 tips or tricks that every early career nurse should know.
- Discuss one resource for supporting a transition into the nursing profession
- Describe at least two ideas that can be implemented by your next working shift to facilitate a transition into a nursing specialty
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|Evidence Level||Expert Opinion (nationally/internationally recognized)|
Early Career Nurses;
Tips for Success
|Series||Early Career Nurses Series : 7|
|Publisher||Sigma Theta Tau International|
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