Unit orientation for experienced nurses. Process and evaluation
Graduate School of Nursing
Attitude of Health Personnel; Communication; Humans; Inservice Training; Nursing Staff, Hospital; Program Evaluation; Questionnaires
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Nursing
In order to recruit and retain registered nurses during an era of nursing shortages, staff development educators must provide orientation programs that are highly satisfactory. This article describes a program that effectively links the perspectives of nurse managers, nursing staff, and nurse educators. Orientation evaluation questionnaires completed by orientees and staff nurses who served as their buddies show that new employees believe this program meets their learning needs. Such satisfied nurses can recruit their colleagues to employment.
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Citation: J Nurs Staff Dev. 1991 May-Jun;7(3):126-9.
Asselin, Marilyn E. and Parker, Elaine Barber, "Unit orientation for experienced nurses. Process and evaluation" (1991). Graduate School of Nursing Publications and Presentations. Paper 21.