Rhode Island Hospital Nurse Residency Program
Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program
Rhode Island Hospital has aligned with the nation’s top residency curriculum (Vizient/AACN) to offer a robust one-year nurse residency program to all new graduate nurses. This program focuses on three critical areas: leadership, patient outcomes, and professional role.
Nurse residency programs support a successful transition from academia to practice for new graduate nurses. Our program offers a robust, evidenced based curriculum facilitated by a team of experts.
Benefits of the Program
- Support and guidance to assist nurse residents in building clinical relationships and developing professionally as an independent nurse.
- Educational experiences structured to help nurse residents develop competence in clinical nursing practice.
- A supportive cohort that allows for professional growth in a learning environment.
- Diverse learning opportunities such as classroom training and simulation.
- Debrief sessions to address successes, problems, and/or challenges identified in the transition of nurse residents into the professional role.
Goals for the Nurse Residents
- Transitioning from a novice nurse to competent professional nurse.
- Develop effective decision-making skills related to clinical judgment and performance.
- Strengthening your commitment to the profession of nursing.
- Completing an evidence-based practice project.
- Graduate from an accredited nursing program.
- Baccalaureate or associates nursing degree.
- Current Rhode Island Nursing License.
- Less than 12 months of acute care nursing experience.
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