14 Things Veteran Nurses Should Tell New Grads

Small pearls of wisdom to encourage future generations of nurses.

from NurseBuff

According to several different studies conducted between 2009 and 2016, new nurses are leaving the profession at a rate of 20-33% within the first year of employment. Note that. They are leaving the profession, not just a particular employer. If seasoned nurses would teach new grads how to self-prepare mentally, professionally and physically before and throughout each shift, I truly believe we can slow this mass exodus.

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1 thought on “14 Things Veteran Nurses Should Tell New Grads”

  1. New grads are being placed in areas of great responsibility that requires critical thinking skills that they have not yet acquired. Critical to development is time and practice with an experienced nurse and time with the patient not a keyboard.

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