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J Nurs Adm. 2013 Nov;43(11):603-10. doi: 10.1097/01.NNA.0000434506.77052.d2.

Meeting the needs of new-graduate nurse practitioners: a model to support transition.

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Author Affiliations: Clinical Instructor (Ms Sargent), VCU School of Nursing, Richmond, Virginia; Family Nurse Practitioner Residency Director (Dr Olmedo), Family Health Center of Worcester Inc, Massachusetts.

Abstract

The transition of newly graduated nurse practitioners (NPs) into practice can be challenging for the employer and the NPs. A new-graduate residency model for NPs along with evaluative criteria is presented from a primary care setting. Residency models are of benefit for new-graduate NPs to ease the transition to practice and promote patient care quality, and nurse retention, and satisfaction.

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