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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GUINEA.
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On average, 165-170 new graduate nurses joined the facility annually, with approximately 36-40 per year in the medical-surgical service line.
Graduate nurse trainees completed a web-based questionnaire 6 months and 1 year after hire.
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.
An integrative review of the factors influencing new graduate nurse engagement in interprofessional collaboration.
The NZNO position is that the Minister of Health, Tony Ryall needs to fund a one year nurse entry to practice programme for 100 per cent of new graduate nurses, now--it's the only way to get the nursing workforce we want in years to come.
The outcomes of interest included the new graduate nurse orientee's clinical competence, readiness and retention of knowledge after orientation, overall satisfaction with orientation, and comfort levels in caring for the neurological patient population.
This article serves as a review of the literature around the attrition of new graduate nurses from the workforce and the implications attrition has on healthcare.
New graduate nurses must learn on the job about seemingly inconsequential findings that may prove fatal in individuals undergoing this unique surgery.
Transition to mental health nursing through specialist graduate nurse programs in mental health: A review of the literature.
Some suggested implementation activities include having CMAs participate, with the ANA, in efforts of collaboration between faculty and service managers to develop New Graduate Nurse Residency Programs, and to support collaborative research studies between the nursing programs and nursing service to demonstrate the effectiveness of New Graduate Nurse Residency Programs.
Intended for graduate nurse education programs, this textbook applies education principles and practices to the nursing field, and offers advice on transitioning from clinician to educator.
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