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Authors

  1. Rogers, Amber MSN, RN
  2. Burke, Cindy MSN, RN, CMSRN, NPD-BC

Abstract

Nurse educators play an important role in implementing changes within hospital orientation, supporting a learner-focused orientation. Utilizing different learning styles and delivery methods, an orientation can promote an environment where registered nurses are active participants and guide the learning. This article discusses the process of incorporating multiple learning styles and modalities into an experienced registered nurse orientation program, creating a learner-centered environment promoting engagement, increased satisfaction, and retention of experienced staff.