New Graduate RN - Surgical ICU at Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)

Posted in Other 12 days ago.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts





Job Description:

Transition to Practice Program (TPP) for newly licensed RN's



The Transition to Practice Program (TPP) at Massachusetts General Hospital provides a newly licensed nurse (NLN) with a solid foundation that is needed to become an independent and functioning clinician who will deliver safe patient care. The TPP is a 12-month comprehensive program that incorporates a centralized onboarding process, development of specific knowledge related to the patient population of that unit/service line, skill acquisition, preceptor support and support from the nursing leadership team. Upon completion of the centralized onboarding process the NLN will as part of the precepted experience, attend weekly didactic classes, simulation, and skill sessions.


What the program provides:


The TPP offers various clinical tracks which allows the NLN to develop practice-based competencies in areas that match their interest. Currently we offer tracks in Critical Care and Oncology.


The NLN joins with a dedicated preceptor group for 12 to 26 weeks, depending on the specialty, and attends weekly sessions in the Norman Knight Nursing Center for Clinical & Professional Development for the first six months. Topics during this time includes, skills sessions, resiliency building, time management, developing clinical reasoning and clinical judgement as well as simulation exercises specific to NLN's clinical area. The second six months of the program includes 4, full-day sessions concentrating on the professional development of nurses. Topics include ethical decision making, palliative care, how to continue to grow in your profession and conducting an Evidence Based Project.


We are currently hiring new graduate RN's for the Surgical ICU. The Surgical ICU is a twenty bed adult general surgical ICU.



*New Graduates would be hired into this unit, you would not rotate through all of the critical care units.



This program will begin on March 7, 2022



Qualifications

Must be December 2021 graduate or May 2021 graduate with BSN


Completion of a clinical practicum in critical care unit and/or experience in a patient assistive role in a critical care unit.


Must have RN license before TPP begins in March



EEO Statement

Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.


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