Best practices for retaining veteran nurses and readying new nurses

The simultaneous need to retain today’s nurses while preparing to support and nurture the nurses of tomorrow has never been greater. Only 50 percent of nurse leaders believe new nurses are ready to practice, according to a 2021 nurse leadership study conducted by Elsevier. 

To learn more about how health systems are working to support veteran nurses and upskill new nurses, Becker's Hospital Review recently hosted an advisory call with several chief nursing officers and other clinical leaders. This report is based on that conversation. The topics covered included: 
  • Bridging information gaps to strengthen clinical judgement beyond onboarding
  • Competency-based education focused on specific clinical environments
  • Pre-skilling and immersion programs to transition nurses faster into leadership roles
  • Emeritus roles for experienced nurses

Learn how leading organizations are improving nurse retention and preparing the next generation of high-performing nurses. 

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