Residency programs sharpen new nurses' skills

08/31/2010 | HealthLeaders Media

To bridge the gap between school training and professional practice, many hospitals use residency programs to continue educating new nurses, as well as develop their communication and critical thinking skills. The programs could help large hospitals save up to $400,000 annually and improve retention of new nursing staff, an expert on nursing education said.

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