Dedicated Resources to Implement Best-Practices for Selection, Onboarding and Retention of the New Nurse
An organized approach to onboard and retain new graduate nurses is essential not only to meet the demand for nurses within our healthcare facilities in the short term, but significant if Connecticut is to make long-lasting improvements and stabilize the RN workforce statewide.
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Leverage the work being done by existing collaboratives, healthcare trade associations, workforce investment boards, policy makers, and healthcare stakeholders to identify future trends within healthcare and the corresponding workforce challenges to inform healthcare workforce planning & development. Interpret how these trends impact care delivery and identify those skills, attributes and education needed by nurses and healthcare professionals.
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Engage the leadership of Connecticut’s Schools and Programs of Nursing to assess existing student capacity at all education levels, determine nursing faculty needs to educate the current student populations, and partner with healthcare providers to ensure that clinical placement opportunities exist to maintain student retention and graduation rates. Utilize the statewide workforce findings to strategically expand education pipelines for nurses that are aligned with occupations and roles that are identified as in “high” demand in Connecticut.
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Create a Statewide Nurse-led Collaborative to Better Understand the Current Nursing Workforce: Implement a researched based model to collect quantitative and qualitative healthcare workforce data including Education, Supply and Demand by engaging healthcare providers across the healthcare continuum and various employer settings to regularly assess key healthcare roles and occupations that are in demand.
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The Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) supports a nursing workforce that meets the needs of the nation, especially its underserved and rural communities. Together, HRSA nursing programs advance health equity by ensuring that all communities have access to high-quality and culturally competent medical care.
This support includes:
To learn more visit: https://bhw.hrsa.gov/nursing-programs
How to Apply for Loan Repayment: Have you graduated from nursing school? We can help repay loan debt.
Apply for a Scholarship: Considering nursing school or currently enrolled as a nursing student? We offer scholarships to help you pay for your health professions education, including tuition, fees, and other educational costs.
Opportunities for Clinics, Hospitals, and Other Health Care Organizations: We also provide grants and other funding to organizations for programs directly aimed at supporting nurses and nursing programs. These programs are for organizations, not individuals.
COVID-19 Impact on Nursing Program Participants: We understand the COVID-19 outbreak has a direct impact on participants in our nursing programs. We support you and want you and your family to stay healthy and safe. To learn more about how we support our nurses, visit COVID-19 Impact on Nurse Corps.
How to Contact The Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA):
Call: 1-800-221-9393 | TTY: 1-877-897-9910
M - F | 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. EST (except federal holidays) OR, Use our contact form