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Did you miss last week’s ThriveAP+ info session? If you couldn’t make it, we totally understand. Between clinicals and classroom assignments, as a nurse practitioner student you’re busy. Not to worry – we’re happy to recap the session for you. Despite the chaos that is NP school, it’s never too early to think about the step you’ll take when you graduate. Where will you work? How will you obtain the training you need as a new grad to continue building a successful foundation for practice?

Recognizing the learning curve that new nurse practitioners face, more and more NP grads are turning to residencies. Our version of a residency for NPs, dubbed ThriveAP+, helps new grads transition from education to practice with purpose.

ThriveAP+ offers support to nurse practitioners by matching them with a supportive facility dedicated to helping overcome the learning curve that new graduates face. This includes working alongside experienced NPs, PAs and/or MDs committed to mentoring and training as well as maintaining expectations in line with what new grads can handle.

In addition to facility-based support, ThriveAP+ participants take part in our ThriveAP curriculum, a 12-month, formal curriculum to help continue building the clinical foundation started in your NP program. ThriveAP kicks off with a conference in Nashville featuring suturing and office procedures skills sessions along with presentations on topics like EKG and X-ray interpretation.

Does ThriveAP+ sound like the learning adventure for you?

If so, you can learn more about the opportunity by checking out a recording of our last live ThriveAP+ info session here. Or, you can attend our upcoming live information session on Wednesday, November 14th at 4pm CST by registering here.

Please keep in mind, the preferred application deadline for consideration in our April 2019 ThriveAP+ cohort is November 30th, 2018. We can’t wait to get to know you by reviewing your application!


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One thought on “Did You Miss Our Nurse Practitioner Residency Info Session?”

  • Ma Frintiss L Parrilla says:

    I’m an FNP- Certified by AANP, with all credentials on hand including Furnishing license, DEA license, and NPI number. I am interested and want to know more about this NP residency program.

    Please provide more information as to requirements, expectations, deadlines, stipend, etc.

    Thank you.

    Ma Frintiss Parrilla, FNP-C

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