New careers in nursing: Pre-entry immersion programs and relationship to graduation from accelerated nursing programs
E. Renee Cantwell, DNP, RN, CNE, CPHQ; Margaret A. Avallone, DNP, RN, CCRN -- School of Nursing, Rutgers University School of Nursing Camden, Camden, New Jersey, USA
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Pre-entry Immersion Program data gleaned from the Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Program was analyzed and compared to sample PIP programs. Analysis included program length, topics offered, and perceived helpfulness. Findings suggest PIP programs may be helpful in decreasing student nurse attrition, thereby increasing retention and graduation rates.
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|Keywords||Accelerated Baccalaureate in Nursing;
Diversity in Nursing;
Pre-entry Immersion Programs (PIP)
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Cantwell, E. Renee; Avallone, Margaret A.New Careers in Nursing Pre Immersion Program (PIP) data was analyzed in order to identify any relationship to student success in accelerated nursing programs. The findings were used to develop a PIP program. This program ...
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