Nursing Educators/ Faculty - page 2
Nurse educators meld clinical expertise with a passion for teaching to shape future generations of nurses and advance the profession of nursing. They are prepared to function in a wide variety of classroom and practice settings... Read More
- 0Dec 6, '13 by llg GuideQuote from meanmaryjeanIf you find one, please let me know. In fact, if anyone knows of any graduate program in nursing education that gives equal weight to NPD, please let me know. I get asked for recommendations and don't know of any.I will agree about the decided slant toward academia in all the MSN programs I looked at. I wonder if there IS a MSN program out there with equal consideration for NPD?
- 1Feb 9 by jbudrickSacred Heart University (Connecticut) has six credits in staff development with 48 clinical hours required for MSN Education. I am scheduled to graduate in November, and do my staff development at a local hospital starting in March. The main emphasis is teaching in a BSN program. There are 144 hours of clinical in a BSN program required. I currently teach in an LPN program so it does not count.
- 0May 6 by Martha AcostaVicky, I am not a nurse, but a medical translator and interpreter. I have always had an interest in medicine, not in practice but in research, I cared for my late mother who had vascular dementia and spent caring for her 6 years while I worked at home with my computer in written translations and worked as an interpreter in medical international events. I would like to share my evidence-based practice in this regard with you and others interested in the subject, since you are a gerontology nurse, I attended some conferences in this field, and read books and articles on this specialty, but I would like to share with you my experiences so that this does not fall in nobody's land not remain in oblivion.