Introduction to Seton's RN Residency for graduate and newly licensed registered nurses

This comprehensive, integrated program provides long-term support utilizing best practice strategies to address the transition from preparation to practice. A network of experienced nurses serve as coaches, preceptors, and facilitators supporting the RN resident’s transition into the nursing profession and a faith–based, not–for–profit health care organization that provides person–centric care.

The Seton RN Residency includes educator led seminars, guarded preceptor time, and specialty orientation using interactive learning strategies which build skills in:

  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Managing patient outcomes with current and emerging clinical guidelines and standards
  • Skills labs that include simulation to promote clinical skills and interprofessional training
  • Clinical preceptors who provide personalized bedside training
  • Group discussions between RN Residents that build a learning community of support
  • Acute Care (Med/Surg)
  • Cardiology/Telemetry
  • Medical/Surgical
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pulmonary
  • Renal
  • Trauma Surgical Services
  • Behavioral Health
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency
  • NICU
  • Pediatric
  • Perinatal
  • Perioperative

The length of the RN residency is 12 months with guarded preceptor time varying between 18-24 weeks depending on specialty.

Get Started Now