NCSBN Transition to Practice Courses

Posted in Latest News on February 28, 2017.

Did you know?

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) offers a Transition to Practice course series for new nurses. Courses are offered individually, or as a package.

Course Competencies include:

Course 1: Communication & Teamwork

Develop situational awareness that helps your team operate more effectively and prevents harm to patients.

Course 2: Patient & Family-centered Care

Promote your patient’s recovery by incorporating their culture and values while engaging their support network

Course 3: Evidence-based Practice

Make a real contribution to your team as you access, share, and implement the latest research.

Course 4: Quality Improvement

Participate in processes that continuously improve the outcomes of care.

Course 5: Informatics

Effectively use technology to create usable information that supports the practice of nursing.

Course for Preceptors: Helping Nurses Transition to Practice

Foster the growth of new graduate nurses by embracing the role of teacher, coach and protector.

You can find more information about these resources here.



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