Tool kit for the staff mentor: strategies for improving retention.

@article{Butler2006ToolKF,
  title={Tool kit for the staff mentor: strategies for improving retention.},
  author={Martha R Butler and Joan Felts},
  journal={Journal of continuing education in nursing},
  year={2006},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={210-3}
}
Retention of new graduates in nursing continues to be a significant workplace issue, particularly in light of the heightening nursing shortage. Experienced nurses are in a pivotal position to positively impact retention, and, because of this, they can be called "keystoners". Mentoring, an important role of the keystoner, requires specific skills and… CONTINUE READING