Evaluation of Clinical Nurse Transition Program at US Army Hospitals.

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Summary of "Evaluation of Clinical Nurse Transition Program at US Army Hospitals."

The purpose of this evaluation was to determine the effectiveness of the clinical nurse transition program (CNTP) for newly commissioned Army nurses. This is one of the first evaluations conducted to document the outcomes of the Army Nurse Corps (ANC) transition-to practice residency program.


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Name: Military medicine
ISSN: 1930-613X


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