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  • PUBLIC NOTICE:
    Magnet Recognition Program Site Visit

    In March 2015, The Miriam Hospital is applying for re-designation of its Magnet status. Patients, family members, staff, and interested parties who would like to provide comments are encouraged to do so.
    Instructions about the process and how to provide comments

    Working at The Miriam  

    If you are interested in professional nursing and working with doctors, staff and other nurses in a genuinely collaborative setting, it’s time to investigate a career with The Miriam.
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  • Graduate Nurse Residency Program

  • The mission of the Graduate Nurse Residency Program is to facilitate a positive transition from education to practice by providing a quality educational program that incorporates national standards to promote public safety.

    The goals of the program are to:

    • Increase graduate nurse retention in the nursing profession and at The Miriam Hospital
    • Improve and expand critical thinking skills
    • Improve patient safety and quality in complex practice environment
    • Improve and expand communication skills and teamwork
    • Incorporate evidence based research into practice

    The outcomes of the program are measured by:

    • Retention rates
    • Data from Casey Fink surveys
    • Individual class evaluation
    • Longitudinal qualitative surveys
    • NNDQI data trends
    • Exemplars

    For more information about the residency program, please contact Cheryl Jollie at the Center for Professional Practice Development at 401-793-3601 or cjollie@lifespan.org.