Professional Development

The Department of Nursing Education and Research

“It is the Mission of the Education and Research Department to provide the professional nurse with guidance and a dynamic and centralized resource of learning opportunities that assist in the development and maintenance of continuing competence, enhancement of professional practice and career goal achievement. The Department of Nursing Education and Research consist of: a Director, Clinical Nurse Educators and Administrative assistant.

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway provides a healthy work environment which promotes the highest patient outcomes through the implementation of shared governance structures, rewards and recognition, nursing quality outcomes, and evidence based practice and Research. The Department of Nursing Education and Research have several programs that provide supportive nursing education that amplifies their professional growth:

  • The Research Committee
  • Education Courses
  • Education Courses for Professional Development
  • Mentorship
  • Clinical Ladder for professional development
  • ANCC Certification resources and support
  • RN Orientation
  • Nursing Clinical Affiliations
    • Rutgers School of Nursing
    • Trinitas School of Nursing
    • Felician School of Nursing
    • Chamberlain University School of Nursing
    • Seton Hall University School
  • CNA Seminar

For further inquiries, please contact:

Department of Nursing Education and Research 732-499-6074

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