Developed by nurses for nurses, Seton's Versant RN Residency is an evidence-based clinical, professional and personal support system that helps new nurses transition from student to confident nursing professional.
Seton's Versant RN Residency includes:
- Instructor-led courses featuring current and emerging clinical guidelines and standards
- Clinical preceptors who provide personalized bedside training
- Mentors who provide personal support and career development guidance
- Debriefing sessions that offer a forum for exchange between Residents
After just 18 weeks, you will achieve the same competence and self-assurance of a nurse who has been in practice for 18 months.
Core Curriculum - 25%
Our core curriculum supports your transition from novice to confident professional, including classroom training, labs and simulations.
Guided Clinical Experience - 75%
Seton's Versant RN Residency participants receive hands-on experience supplemented by classroom training, labs and simulations.
You may choose among these Residency specialties for focused training, depending on the time of year you enter the residency, winter, summer or fall:
Acute Care (Med/Surg)
- Trauma Surgical Services
- Behavioral Health
- Critical Care
The length of your residency will vary from 18 to 22 weeks, depending on specialty.