Supporting newly qualified nurse transition: A case study in a UK hospital.
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AbstractNurse education in the United Kingdom (UK) has been university based since the mid-1990s but despite careful preparation and assessment of student nurses it has been considered necessary to provide a period of additional support for newly qualified nurses (NQNs) to help them settle into their new role and responsibilities. Preceptorship is the process of supporting NQNs over the transition from student to registered nurse (RN) and it is recognised that this can be a difficult time for NQNs.
CitationWhitehead, B. et al (2015) 'Supporting newly qualified nurse transition: A case study in a UK hospital.' Nurse Education Today, Vol. 36. pp. 58-63. DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2015.07.008
JournalNurse education today
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