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The Transition to Practice Program provides specialized training through residency and fellowship programs to help create the healthcare workforce pipeline needed to provide quality care now and in the future.
The growing population of the newly insured is driving huge demands on the healthcare industry, while staffing shortages reduce the
number of available clinicians to meet those demands. That’s why AMN Healthcare developed
the Transition to Practice Program. We help you build and retain your healthcare workforce through customized, accredited residency and
Working in coordination with your organization, we create and manage all aspects of fellowship and residency programs, from recruitment to customizing curriculum to your specific needs. Each participant receives hands-on, individualized attention throughout the entire two-year program, starting with residency and continuing through certification. This enables participants to hit the ground running, quickly becoming an integral part of their unit – both within the practice of nursing and within their specialty, building a solid foundation for future leadership.
The Transition to Practice Program fosters a culture of continuous advancement in clinical competence, as well as leadership and
professional development, resulting in workforce loyalty and quality outcomes.
Sources: Health Care at the Crossroads, The Joint Commission, and NURSING ECONOMIC$, July-August 2012, Vol. 30 No. 4
Partner with AMN Healthcare and you get the benefit of support and curriculum from highly degreed and recognized industry experts, as well as 30 years of healthcare staffing and workforce development experience. Along with accredited content and the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval, AMN has been named one of America’s Most Trustworthy Companies by Forbes*
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