Nurse Residency Program for Newly Licensed RNs
The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Nurse Residency Program (NRP) is a 12-month, comprehensive transition-to-practice program, aligned with Vizient/AACN and the JHBMC nursing strategic priorities, to deliver an evidence-based curriculum and facilitate the professional development and socialization of the new graduate nurse.
All new graduate nurses with six months or less of nursing experience are automatically enrolled in the Nurse Residency Program when they begin working at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. No additional application or interview is required.
For each cohort, the program runs for 12 months. Seminars are held once a month, for four hours.
There are four cohort start dates: March, July, September, November. Cohort sizes vary, but typically have 15 to 30 nurses in each.
- Conflict Management
- Resource management
- Professional development
- Stress management and self-care
- Cultural competence and sensitivity
- End of life care
- Time management and prioritization
- Patient education
- Patient safety
- Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
- Facilitate NRP seminar days using adult learning principles and interactive techniques.
- Provide cohort experience to promote peer and professional socialization.
- Round on units and meet with nurse residents to provide individualized support.
- Collaborate with unit leadership and nurse recruitment to optimize the orientation experience.
- Attend meetings related to nurse residents' progress and challenges.
- Assist nurse residents in completing evidence-based practice (EBP) initiative project.
“In 2002, the Joint Commission recommended the development of nurse residency programs—planned, comprehensive periods of time during which nursing graduates can acquire the knowledge and skills to deliver safe, quality care that meets defined (organization or professional society) standards of practice.”
IOM Recommendation 3: Implement nurse residency programs. “State boards of nursing, accrediting bodies, the federal government, and health care organizations should take actions to support nurses’ completion of a transition-to-practice program (nurse residency) after they have completed a prelicensure or advanced practice degree program or when they are transitioning into new clinical practice areas.”
IOM (Institute of Medicine). 2011. The Future of Nursing: Leading Change,Advancing Health. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
For more information, email Nursing Professional Development Specialist Kim Paul, MS, BSN,RN at [email protected] or call 410-550-7611.
Nursing Student Program
Information for Faculty and Students
Requirements to be Completed
- Orientation Participant Guide
**Students and Faculty: Sign and submit the form at the end of this packet.
- Agreements and Waivers
**Students and Faculty: Sign, date and enter the name of the school in the space provided for "company."
Based on the information above, the following forms must be completed and submitted:
- The Faculty Student Information Form
- The Orientation Participant Guide (last page only)
- The IS Confidentiality Agreement, HIPAA training Certification Form and New User ID Request
Please ensure that all areas on all forms are completed accurately with full information as asked. No electronic signatures will be accepted. Forms must be scanned-in PDFs and emailed to Cathy Lindauer, DNP, RN, CEN, at [email protected]. You may call 410-550-7631 with any questions.
Working at Johns Hopkins Bayview
For information on nursing career opportunities at Johns Hopkins Bayview, view current job openings here.