PCU Nurses Discuss Recruiting and Retaining Millennials

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While Millennials often get a bad rap, Tricia Graff, BSN, RN, nurse manager in the Progressive Care Unit (PCU) at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) says today’s young nurses are “fearless”. She points to the fact that many are enrolled in advance practice programs to advance their careers, saying “They are confident as well as achievement-oriented, and always willing to take on new challenges.”

Kaitlyn Cacciola, BSN, RN, a clinical nurse with the PCU, is one such nurse. She graduated from Widener University in 2015 and knew she wanted to work in a top-rated hospital with state-of-the-art technology. That’s why she joined the team at CHOP.

You can read more on Kaitlyn and Tricia’s thoughts on recruiting and retaining talented young employees in this Elite Healthcare Careers article. Make sure to flip to page 18.

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