Representatives from GuiDE- a program to assist future doctoral students in navigating the process, Salisbury University's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), University of Maryland's Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Nursing, the new PhD in Health Professions Education and DNP, Johns Hopkins University's PhD in Nursing, DNP, Dual degree PhD/DNP, DNP/MBA and Maryland Higher Education Commission's Office of Student Financial Services Hal and Jo Cohen Graduate Nurse
Faculty Scholarship program were on-site to answer questions.
Next, information is provided on understanding the new graduate nurse
experience and the impact of moral distress on this experience, strategies to reduce moral distress, as well as key clinical implications of moral distress on the nursing workforce and healthcare market.
Supporting graduate nurse
transition to practice through a quality assurance feedback loop.
Strengthening new graduate nurse
residency programs in critical care: Recommendations from nurse residents and organizational stakeholders.
The Robert Woods Johnson Foundation highlighted the findings of the RN Work Project which identified within the first two years of transition from school into professional practice, one in five graduate nurses
leave their first jobs and potentially their professional careers.
Recent graduate nurse
views of nursing, work and leadership.
Goode, "The graduate nurse
experience: qualitative residency program outcomes," Journal of Nursing Administration, vol.
After evaluating the current research, a new orientation plan was developed to improve the new graduate nurse
's clinical competence when completing orientation and to provide a solid foundation on which to start his or her neuroscience nursing career.
Program Purpose: To assist the new graduate nurse
to develop solutions to general clinical practice, workplace and career development questions.
Dennis Ondrejka offered great information and a new perspective on professionalism to 18 new graduate nurses
. Thanks to feedback from novice nurses regarding interest in a mentorship program, we will plan host mentorship workshops in the future and encourage pre-registration.
Rosemary Kennedy, Wales' chief nursing officer, said: "Graduate nurses
are not a different animal - they are nurses who have been prepared to a different level to meet the needs of today.
To explore the level of preparedness of graduates doing postgraduate education within the Graduate Nurse