Implementing a New Blended Education Approach to Nurse Onboarding in Labor and Delivery

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Implementing a New Blended Education Approach to Nurse Onboarding in Labor and Delivery


Date:On Demand
Time:2:00 p.m. ET
Duration:  1 hour

Traditional, one-size-fits-all onboarding programs don’t meet the individual needs of the nurse, can decrease engagement, and waste resources training in areas where a nurse is already proficient.


Principles of adult learning prove that an individual’s experiences impact the way he/she learns. Effective education must recognize and build on existing knowledge and skill level.


Please join us for an educational webinar on how a large multi-hospital system is implementing a blended model for Nurse Onboarding in Labor and Delivery. This includes assessment-based individualized eLearning through Relias, instructor lead training in classroom style, simulation training, and time with live patients on the unit with a preceptor. 


The webinar will discuss: 
  • Providence St. Joseph Health's program and approach to onboarding for L&D nurses
  • Data that is derived from Relias Onboarding
  • How data informs improvement towards the individual nurse and the overall program
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Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.




Marta DeVolt, MN, RN-BC, RNC-OB
Clinical Academy Program Manager
Providence St. Joseph Health Nursing Institute


Marta currently leads the development, maintenance, and implementation of transition into practice curricula for a multi-state system in the following specialties: Obstetrics, Neonatal, Pediatrics, and Nursing Professional Development. Before moving into nursing education, Marta spent 6 years as an obstetrics nurse and is passionate about improving nursing education with the ultimate goal of providing the foundation and support for nurses to deliver the best care for their patients. Marta has a special interest in innovative teaching strategies, debriefing and making learning engaging and effective - for both learners and facilitators!