“Soft skills”, or those that don’t involve direct patient care or clinical skills, help nurses interact with their colleagues and foster a safer patient care environment.
Orientation for new hires doesn’t have to be boring. With a little thought and planning, hospital orientation can be dynamic, instructive, and — dare we say? — fun
Preview of the ANA 2017 Annual Conference
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Today's new nurse grads are more inclined to learn via mobile technology.
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