The Long-term Effect of a Nurse Residency Program, 2005-2012: Analysis of Former Nurse Residents.

@article{Rosenfeld2016TheLE,
  title={The Long-term Effect of a Nurse Residency Program, 2005-2012: Analysis of Former Nurse Residents.},
  author={Peri Rosenfeld and Kimberly S. Glassman},
  journal={The Journal of nursing administration},
  year={2016},
  volume={46 6},
  pages={
          336-44
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Research on nurse residency programs (NRPs) typically focuses on retention within the 1-year NRP or perhaps an additional year beyond. Few have evaluated the long-term impact of NRP, and none have adopted a longitudinal approach to follow cohorts over time. This study, conducted in a large urban academic medical center (AMC), examines the effects of the NRPs on former nurse residents (NRs) in 8 cohorts (2005-2012) and compares those who left the institution with those who remain… CONTINUE READING
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