Transition to Practice for APPs
Develop the competencies and practical skills you need to optimize your performance. Learn how our virtual residency can help you transition to practice and thrive in your role.
What is Transition to Practice?
Transition to practice (TTP) is the the period of time when NPs and PAs develop the skills, competencies and the practical knowledge necessary to optimally transition into practice.
A transition to practice program, sometimes referred to as an NP residency, is a solution to help providers with didactic knowledge and skill development in a supportive clinical environment. TTP programs help facilitate application of what providers learned in school to real world clinical practice.
How ThriveAP’s Program Supports Transition to Practice
Our live and online educational curriculum helps you build a supportive community, and accelerate your skills, empowering you to practice with confidence.
Advantages of the ThriveAP Program for Providers
Our program benefits providers, patients, and your employer, here are a few ways a virtual residency-like program will help:
Am I Eligible to Participate?
NPs and PAs currently employed in a primary care, or a similar setting are eligible to enroll in the ThriveAP program.
Transition to Practice 101: Frequently Asked Questions
As a perpetually overstretched role, you don’t have time to waste when it comes to accelerating from clinical knowledge to clinical confidence. ThriveAP has compiled the most common questions about our program here.
Featured Speakers Spotlight
The ThriveAP Program consists of 10 critical curriculum blocks presented by board-certified, active, field experts who are participant reviewed. Meet some of our faculty.
PhD, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN, Endocrinology Instructor
Jane is board-certified as an adult nurse practitioner and in advance diabetes management. She mentors doctoral and master’s students at the University of Maryland Center for Diabetes in Baltimore, where she maintains a faculty practice. Jane has published more than 40 articles and 12 book chapters, mostly on diabetes, and routinely lectures at national conferences such as the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, where she serves on the board. She was inducted as a fellow with AANP and AAN.
DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, Rheumatology Instructor
DNP, FNP-C, ENP-BC, FAANP, FAEN, Procedural Skills Instructor
What Providers Are Saying
The ThriveAP program was helpful clinically with excellent presentations that were pertinent for my first year. More than that, the relationships that were built were my saving grace. Being a new NP I was able to come to my Class Leader and the others and voice my frustrations, victories, and insecurities and I was heard. I would recommend this program for NP’s just starting out or returning to the workforce.
Brenda K., FNP
A Few of Our Employer Clients
Ready to Thrive?
Facilitate application of what you learned in school to real world clinical practice, and become a more confident, skilled advanced practice provider.