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Prevent turnover with a nurse residency program and save up to $65,000 per nurse in new hire costs
'I believe that the Nurse Residency Program Builder is one of the most comprehensive resources I have seen that speaks to the whole of the transition experience for the newly graduated nurse. It is foundationally evidence-based but pragmatically focused; a start to finish support for the supporters. I applaud Jim Hansen and his team for producing this comprehensive, and what I believe will be seminal, support resource for the nursing community.'
Dr. Judy Boychuk Duchscher, RN, BScN, MN, PhD, Assistant professor, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Bridge the gap between nursing school and real-life nursing practice
This guide saves you time and money by providing the tools you need to establish a well-structured nursing residency program for new nurse graduates. Nursing staff development expert Jim Hansen, MSN, RN-BC, provides instruction and tools to plan, justify, and structure a nurse residency program that develops and retains new nurses through their first year. You'll have access to dozens of customizable resources to help you deliver your own program, including PowerPoint® presentations, new graduate training handouts, and evaluation forms.
- Set your new graduate nurses up for success by providing ongoing training and support
- Increase competency and improve patient outcomes by bridging the gap between nursing school and nursing practice
- Reduce turnover by nurturing the staff you've already invested in
- Estimate costs and return on investment of building a nurse residency program in order to create an effective proposal and gain leadership buy-in
Some tools and forms included with your book:
- Calculating costs and return on investment worksheet
- Nurse residency program evaluation template
- Nurse residency program survey
- PowerPoint presentations on transitional, professional, and clinical topics
- Handout: PICOT and literature search worksheet
- Handout: Evidence-based practice pre- and post-evaluation
- Handout: New graduate transition case studies
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Nurse Residency Programs and Spanning the Preparation-Practice Gap
Chapter 2: Making a Financial Case for Nursing Residency Programs: Learning the Language of the C-Suite
Chapter 3: Concepts and Competencies: Foundation of the Nurse Residency Program
Chapter 4: Curriculum Design: The Roadmap to Competency
Chapter 5: Setting the Stage
Chapter 6: Presenting Content: Transitional Topics
Chapter 7: Presenting Content: Professional and Clinical Topics
Chapter 8: Program Evaluation
Chapter 9: Individual Evaluation
Chapter 10: The Future of the NRP
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Jim Hansen, MSN, RN-BC, oversees the department of new graduate and student services at Kootenai Health in Coeur d'Alene, ID, an ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®-designated facility. He has a clinical foundation in emergency and critical care nursing and focuses on designing and implementing new graduate transition to practice programs in the acute care hospital environment. He is an active faculty member of several area nursing schools and serves on the editorial board for the Journal for Nurses in Staff Development.
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Book Description HCPro Inc., 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1601468199
Book Description HCPro Inc., 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111601468199