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Designed for the new graduate nurse (and recently licensed Registered Nurse), this year-long program facilitates the transition from student nurse to professional nurse using a myriad of educational techniques. The length of the orientation period will vary between 12 and 20 weeks, depending on the unit and/or specialty. During this time, an RN preceptor provides support, encouagement, and expertise, and shares in the daily rewards and challenges of nursing at Penn State Hershey.
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The Nursing Residency program is a twelve-month training period in a nursing clinical specialty. Residents will be hired by either Sutter Health or BloodSource (the regional Blood Bank) and paid an entry-level wage by these employers during the residency training period. The specialties to be engaged will be medical/surgical acute care, geriatric/long term care, critical care, and transfusion nursing.
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Idaho State University School of Nursing received federal funding from the Health Resources Services Administration in 2008 to work with partners in several states to provide rural nurses with a rural generalist residency. The telemedicine and rich media classes help new rural nurses transition from novice to proficient capabilities. The standardize content and process increases patient care quality and increases nurse confidence.
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