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New Nurse Residency

The CVPH Nurse Residency Program provides additional support to all our newly graduated RNs to provide a smooth transition from school to practice.

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The CVPH New Nurse Residency program provides support to newly graduated registered nurses to prepare confident nurses in a fluid transition from school to clinical practice.

The CVPH New Nurse Residency Program is proud to be accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Practice Transition Program.

 

 

New Nurse Residency

The CVPH New Nurse Residency program provides support to newly graduated registered nurses to prepare confident nurses in a fluid transition from school to clinical practice. The CVPH New Nurse Residency Program is proud to be accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Practice Transition Program.

Newly graduated Registered Nurses face many challenges including role transition, high performance expectations in a high acuity setting, and an increased level of accountability. The CVPH New Nurse Residency Program is recognized by ANCC as one of the highest-quality transition programs for nurses. ANCC accreditation gives nurse residents assurance that CVPH offers an elevated transition program with a clear course of instruction and reliable evaluation methods. With ANCC Accreditation, our transitioning nurses gain the skills and confidence needed to perform effectively within a new practice setting.

The University of Vermont—CVPH Nurse Residency Program began December 2013 and has continued successfully every year. The program begins on day of hire and includes:

  • Onboarding and orientation process
  • Clinical and unit orientation
  • Education seminars over the course of one year
  • Continued professional development

Time will be spent on real practice challenge discussions, case studies, simulations, peer support discussions, learning from content experts, and classroom time.

Key Objectives of the program include:

  • Provide a smooth transition from school to practice
  • Develop clinical competence & confidence
  • Promote professional involvement and growth
  • Promote a healthy work environment


Contact Us

Abby Bennett, MSN, RN, CWOCN
(518) 314-3848
ABennett2@cvph.org