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Learn more about ThriveAP+ in our upcoming webinar!

If you’re thinking about applying for a nurse practitioner residency, we hope you’re considering ThriveAP+. ThriveAP+ is a learning adventure for less experienced NPs looking for support in their first year of practice.

There are a few ways ThriveAP+ supports new graduate nurse practitioners in their quest for career confidence and competence.

1. Education

Learning doesn’t stop when you graduate from your NP program. There’s still a lot to know to master patient care! ThriveAP+ supports participating nurse practitioners with didactic learning experiences. Master suturing and procedural skills at our kickoff conference in Nashville. Enhance your clinical knowledge by learning from experts in our weekly meet ups.

2. Peer Group

The transition from education to practice is a challenge, no matter how you do it. The learning curve is steep. As every nurse practitioner student has learned, going through challenges is better with friends. ThriveAP+ provides a supportive peer group you can lean on as you make the transition from education to practice.

3. Placement

We’ve got the job search covered for you! When you apply to ThriveAP+, we get a good idea as to the type of practice setting you are interested as well as the geographic location in which you would like to live and work. Through our matching process, we pair you with a facility that meets your needs. Our sites understand what it looks like to be a new grad NP and offer plenty of support through mentorship and by having reasonable expectations along the way.

Interested in learning more about ThriveAP+? 

Join us on Tuesday, October 27th at Noon CST in a live webinar to learn more. We’ll share information about the program and answer any questions you have about the application, matching process, and ThriveAP+ experience.

 

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