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AcademicPractice Partnerships for Unemployed New Graduates in California / Paulina Van in Journal of Professional Nursing, Vol. 30, n°4 (July/August 2015)
Titre : AcademicPractice Partnerships for Unemployed New Graduates in California Type de document : Article Auteurs : Paulina Van ; Audrey Berman ; Judith Karshmer ; [et al.] Année de publication : 2015 Article en page(s) : p. 351-358 Langues : Anglais (eng) Descripteurs : HE Vinci
Education ; Etats-Unis ; Formation ; Interdisciplinarité ; Personnel de santé ; Relation d'aide ; Soins ; Travail (emploi)
Résumé : Highlights
Four partnerships started transition programs for unemployed new RN graduates.
A neutral convening organization facilitated academicpractice partnerships.
Partnership programs resulted in increased confidence, competence, and employment.
Partnerships subsequently spread throughout California.
Barriers and facilitators link to existing literature and add a new perspective.
In California, academicpractice partnerships offer innovative transition programs to new registered nurse (RN) graduates who have not yet found positions in nursing. This report describes the formation of 4 partnerships between 1 or more schools of nursing and clinical practice sites that included hospitals and nonacute care settings, such as hospice, clinics, school districts, and skilled nursing facilities. Factors facilitating the partnerships included relationships established as nurse leaders from practice and academia came together to address previous workforce issues, positive interpersonal experiences, an independent convening and coordinating organization, a shared understanding of the employment challenge faced by new RN graduates, and a shared vision for its solution. Partnerships face continuing challenges that include sustaining engagement, resource constraints, and insufficient nursing leadership succession planning. Partnership benefits include improved relationships between academia and practice, a forum to address contemporary issues in nursing education and practice advances, and stimulation of a reassessment of how to integrate ambulatory, transitional, and community-based nursing into prelicensure education.
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