• Medicine
  • Published 2017

Work Readiness of Newly Graduated Nurses with Implications for Academia and Employers

@inproceedings{Hayter2017WorkRO,
  title={Work Readiness of Newly Graduated Nurses with Implications for Academia and Employers},
  author={Karen L. Hayter},
  year={2017}
}
Background: The transition and retention of newly graduated nurses are worldwide problems. With the nursing shortage and 33-61% of newly graduated nurses leaving their job within the first year, newly graduated nurses need to be work ready. Work readiness of new nurses is a new concept developed in Australia. Significance: New nurses are a vulnerable population that is dependent upon experienced nurses for knowledge, skills, and socialization into the profession. However, new nurses often… CONTINUE READING

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