Implementing a New Blended Education Approach to Nurse Onboarding in Labor and Delivery
About This Webinar
Traditional, one-size-fits-all onboarding programs don’t meet the individual needs of the nurse, can decrease engagement, and waste resources training in areas where a nurse is already proficient.
Principles of adult learning prove that an individual’s experiences impact the way he/she learns. Effective education must recognize and build on existing knowledge and skill level.
This on-demand webinar shows how a large multi-hospital system is implementing a blended model for nurse onboarding in labor and delivery. This includes assessment-based individualized eLearning through Relias, instructor lead training in classroom style, simulation training, and time with live patients on the unit with a preceptor.
During this webinar we discuss:
- Providence St. Joseph Health’s program and approach to onboarding for L&D nurses
- Data that is derived from Relias Onboarding
- How data informs improvement towards the individual nurse and the overall program
Marta DeVolt, MN, RN-BC, RNC-OB
Clinical Academy Program Manager, Providence St. Joseph Health Nursing Institute