The Nurse Residency Program at University of Maryland Capital Region Health uses an evidence-based curriculum administered by Vizient and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).

The program is committed to ensuring that all resident students are equipped with the tools and hands-on experience they need to be successful in the workforce.

The curriculum focuses on:

  • Communication & Leadership
  • Patient Outcomes
  • Professional Development
  • Scholarship of Nursing Practice & Evidence-Based Practice
  • Stress Management and Resiliency
  • Quality Outcomes

The NLNRP provides the opportunity to work in the 2nd busiest regional Level II Trauma Center in a variety of nursing specialties:

By the end of the program, University of Maryland Capital Region Health goal is for nurses to feel confident in their abilities to:

  • Make effective decisions in a clinical environment
  • Provide clinical nursing leadership when administering care
  • Have a strong commitment to the nursing profession and lifelong learning
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, medical center environment
  • Use research and evidence-based information to improve patient care and outcomes
  • Have an individualized personal and professional development plan