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 and education using interactive learning strategies designed to build skills and confidence in:
- Clinical Reasoning
- Person-Centered, Relationship-based Care
- Self-care and Reflection
The nursing Clinical Specialty Practice tracks include:
- Acute Care / Med Surg (any)
- Behavioral Health
- Critical Care
- Emergency Department
- Labor & Delivery
- Mother / Baby
- Operating Room
The RN Residency is 12 months and includes working with an experienced preceptor for 16 – 24 weeks depending on clinical specialty and individual needs.