Nursing Residency Program
Our Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program (NLNRP) program facilitates the transition of a newly licensed nurse (NLN) or new graduate nurse (NG) into competent professionals in the clinical setting.
- Didactic and clinical experiences that helps develop critical thinking, leadership, professional skills, and quality outcomes.
- Cohorts of new-to-practice nurses meet monthly to focus on enhancing critical thinking, clinical reasoning skills, and the application of evidence-based practice principles to improve patient outcomes.
UMCAP Nurse Residency program has been established to provide a strong foundation for your nursing career. In fact, many graduates of the program are now charge nurses, nurse educators, preceptors, team leads, and clinical managers.
Benefits of Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program
- 1:1 unit-based orientation providing education and peer support through the first year of nursing
- Standardize training plan for each specialty area
- Monthly educational seminars with fellow nurses
- Check-ins during the first year
- Rounding to address immediate needs and concerns
- Elsevier Online Learning modules and Transition to Practice Program Modules
- Development of communication skills to navigate professional interactions with patients, families, peers and colleagues to promote the safest and most effective patient care.
2024 Program start dates: January, March, May, July, and September
Candidates should search and apply for positions through our website.
Key search terms: - "New Graduate Registered Nurse"
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