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Nursing resource pool residency program

Implications for practice

McDonald, Rachel M., MSN, RN, OCN; Brooks, Kirk A., MSN, RN-BC; Cline, Debbie, MSN, RN, CNL, NEA-BC, OCN; Sylla, Bebe, BSN, RN; Tolden, Tiffany M., MSN, RN, CEN; Whitcher, Christella, EdD, MBA, RN-BC, OCN; Gordon, Hyacinth, PhD, MBA, MSN, RN, NEA-BC

doi: 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000547835.95083.a0
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Discover how a residency program focused on the integration of residents into a hospital-wide float pool to support inpatient oncology nursing can be a model for introducing new graduate nurses into float pools across practice settings.

At The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Tex., Rachel M. McDonald is a nurse manager, nursing resource pool/nursing resource center; Kirk A. Brooks is a clinical resource nurse, nursing resource pool/nursing resource center; Debbie Cline is an associate director, nursing workforce planning and development; Bebe Sylla is a nurse manager, nursing resource pool/nursing resource center; Tiffany M. Tolden is an associate director, clinical nursing, nursing resource pool/nursing resource center; and Christella Whitcher is a nursing educator. Hyacinth Gordon, who contributed to the writing of this article, passed away before submission.

The authors have disclosed no financial relationships related to this article.

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