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The videos were launched on the NSLIJ intranet and are available for viewing at any time.
New nurses to the NSLIJ system receive training on the three types of neurological checks during their system orientation.
In addition, orientation programs that include intensive one-to-one preceptorship (Dracup & Bryan-Brown, 2004; Friedman et al., 2011; Proulx & Bourcier, 2008), such as the nurse fellowship programs of the NSLIJ Health System, are effective for integrating and supporting future pediatric nurses in the aforementioned specialties.
The primary goal of the Nurse Fellowship Programs of the NSLIJ Health System is to educate new graduate nurses by means of a blended learning approach.
The NSLIJ Health System's model of nurse fellowship programs supports the existing literature that the fellowship program improved retention of new graduate nurses in critical care areas such as the PICU and the pediatric ED.
In the past at NSLIJ, each of the hospitals acted independently.
To do this, NSLIJ began installing a standardized IT system throughout its hospitals.
Today, NSLIJ is working to modify processes and data definitions across the health system in an effort to standardize reporting.
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