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The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurse Residency Program


What is the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurse Residency Program?

A 12-month, comprehensive transition-to-practice program, aligned with Vizient/AACN and the JHH nursing strategic priorities, to deliver an evidence-based curriculum and facilitate the professional development and socialization of the new graduate nurse.

Whom do we serve?

  • New graduate nurses with six months or less of experience.
  • Annual hires of approximately 350 new graduate nurses
    • NRP cohorts are offered monthly.
    • New graduate nurses are automatically enrolled in NRP when they start working at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
    • No additional application or interview required.

How do we support new graduate nurses?

  • Facilitate NRP class days using adult learning principles and 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 orientation experience.
  • Attend meetings related to nurse resident's progress and challenges.
  • Assist nurse residents in completing evidence-based practice (EBP) initiative project.

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