Executive Director – Nursing the Future
Interview with Dr. Judy Boychuck Duchscher RN, PhD about her research on the transition of new graduate nurses into the profession and what has evolved from her research.
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- Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2006). The experience of marginalization in new nursing graduates. Nursing Outlook, 52(6), 289-296.
- Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2004). Multigenerational Nurses in the Workplace. Journal of Nursing Administration, 34 (11), 1-9.
- Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008). Glimmer of hope, ripples of change: The lived experience of the new nursing graduate. Self-publication in press, July, 2008
- Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008). Transition shock: The initial stage of role adaptation for newly-graduated Registered Nurses. The Journal of Advanced Nursing, Accepted for publication, In Press, July, 2008
- Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008). A process of becoming: The stages of new graduate professional role transition. Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 39 (10), 441-450.
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- Duchscher, J.E.B. (2003). Critical Thinking: Perceptions of Newly Graduated Female Baccalaureate Nurses. Journal of Nursing Education, 42(1), 14-27.
- Duchscher, J.E.B. (2001). Out in the Real World. Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(9), 426-439.
- Duchscher, J.E.B., Myrick, F. (2008). The prevailing winds of oppression: Understanding the new graduate experience in acute-care. Nursing Forum, 43 (4), 191-206.
- Judy: What strategies have you used to maintain that spirit that you left your educational program with? The feeling that you can change your world. Who supported you? How did they support you? What can organizations do to help you?
- Rob: Nursing Students are you thinking about the transition period, and how are you preparing for it? Nurses who have gone through the transition, when did you transition and what was the experience like?