Miriam Hospital, URI implement nursing mentorship program

Natalie Sidman and Alison Rosener
NATALIE SIDMAN, left, a nursing student at the University of Rhode Island, worked one-on-one with Alison Rosener, a registered nurse at The Miriam Hospital, during a semester-long preceptor program between URI and the hospital. /PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Registered nurses at The Miriam Hospital in Providence are working one-on-one with seniors at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Nursing, part of URI’s Academic Health Collaborative. This intense clinical experience, called a Dedication Education Unit, is a mentoring model developed in Australia to address nursing faculty shortages, Katherine Paquette, assistant clinical…

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