New and Future Nurse Track

From one day to year one: Strategies for success in school and practice: Supporting nursing students and new nurses


Nursing students, recent graduates, and new Nurses, Nursing Schools and Residency Programs. This program is offered as a private seminar, for Nursing Schools and educators, and for organizations who wish to empower future and new nurses with tools to prevent burn-out, develop resiliency, and sustain a passion for Nursing.


Retention, attrition, and NCLEX pass rates are significant performance measures for Nursing programs, and is often linked to funding and enrollment. Some studies report up to 50% of students who enroll in Nursing School not complete the programs. For Nursing Students and new graduates, stress affects academic and clinical performance, and can lead to poor performance, burn-out, and short-lived Nursing careers.

The purpose of the Future Nurse Pathway is to provide information, support, and tools to manage the complex relationship of Nursing school, individual needs and responsibilities, adjustment to the role of student, and the transition to practice in a new role. This pathway provides evidence-based approaches to empower future and new nurses with tools to recognize, prevent, and recover from burn-out and build resiliency at the start of their Nursing careers. The goal is to recognize the importance of creating a balanced lifestyle, handling stress, and self-advocacy to optimize success in school, ad in transitioning to practice.

Future Nurse Curriculum:

  • From Stressed Out to Shining Bright: Creating a Practice to Thrive In Nursing
  • You’ve Got the Power: A Self-Care Tool-Kit
  • The Professional Nurse: Strategies to  Effectively Build Your Career and Practice
  • Caring and Communication: Basics for Practice, and Patient Care
  • When One Day Becomes Day One: Thriving in Your First Year of Nursing
  • Stress Management In Tough Times: Strategies for Exams, Clinicals, and Practice
  • When Tolerance Hurts: Strategies to Handle Nurse Bullying, Violence and Toxic Environments