Impact of Disease-Specific Orientation on New Graduate Nurse Satisfaction and Knowledge Retention
Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 05/22/2012
Ballard J et al. – This article reports the outcomes achieved from the first phase of the study including improved clinical competence, readiness and retention of knowledge, overall satisfaction with orientation, and increased comfort level in caring for the neurological patient. In addition, the feedback and information gathered have provided a foundation for the project to be tailored and continued to further improve these results with future new graduate nurses on the neuroscience unit.