Nursing Internship - This nursing internship program is designed to assist with the orientation and on-boarding for new graduate nurses who have just completed their course work and have passed the NCLEX exams and new graduate nurses wanting to work in oncology who may have less than six months experience in another health care setting. Nursing Internship that provides a transition period from nursing student to professional registered nurse and is designed to enhance individual confidence and prepare safe healthcare practitioners.
Nursing Residency - the nursing residency program begins upon the successful completion of the nursing internship program and lasts until the end of the first year of employment. The nursing residency program follows the University Healthcare Consortium (UHC) format and is designed to assist the new graduate nurse transition into the role of a registered professional nurse. During the residency program, participants are required to attend a one day (8 hour) seminar sessions per month which provides the participant with knowledge and skills related to this role transition
Postgraduate Fellowship in Oncology for Advanced Practice Nurses - The postgraduate fellowship in oncology for advanced practice nurses provides an opportunity for nurse practitioners to increase their experience and knowledge in oncology by participating in a year-long oncology fellowship at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James). During the year of training, fellows will participate in a core curriculum of clinical and didactic study that will ensure exposure to the entire spectrum of oncology care from prevention and survivorship to end-of-life. Fellows will also have the opportunity to select and pursue an oncology specialty area for clinical focus and practice