The Scope of Practice for Academic Nurse Educators

  1. 0 [color=#a990bc]new! the scope of practice for academic nurse educators<sup></sup> now available for purchase
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    the nln certification governance, policy, and procedure committee developed and authored this new book to clearly delineate the scope and practice for nurse educators. included in this book are nln's hallmarks of excellence in nursing education<sup></sup>, which describe the core values and beliefs regarding excellence in academic nursing education. also included are the core competencies of nurse educators<sup></sup> developed by the nurse workforce development advisory council (newdac) task group on nurse educator competencies.

    for more information on the scope of practice for academic nurse educators and how to purchase it online, go to www.nln.org/publications/scope/index.htm
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    wonderful :angel2:
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    Wonderful resource. Thanks so much, Karen
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    great resource. you can sign up to receive the nln e-bulletin for free. that's how i heard about the book. do yall (i'm from the south!) think that becoming certified as an educator, along with the degrees at some point will help us to be recognized and affect the nurse educator pay scale eventually?
    i personally think that with the certification we can use that as a "tool" for bargaining for higher salaries.






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    [color=#a990bc]new! the scope of practice for academic nurse educators<sup></sup> now available for purchase
    [color=#a990bc]
    the nln certification governance, policy, and procedure committee developed and authored this new book to clearly delineate the scope and practice for nurse educators. included in this book are nln's hallmarks of excellence in nursing education<sup></sup>, which describe the core values and beliefs regarding excellence in academic nursing education. also included are the core competencies of nurse educators<sup></sup> developed by the nurse workforce development advisory council (newdac) task group on nurse educator competencies.

    for more information on the scope of practice for academic nurse educators and how to purchase it online, go to www.nln.org/publications/scope/index.htm
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    Quote from lvancleave
    Great resource. You can sign up to receive the NLN e-bulletin for free. That's how I heard about the book. Do Yall (I'm from the south!) think that becoming certified as an educator, along with the degrees at some point will help us to be recognized and affect the nurse educator pay scale eventually?
    I personally think that with the certification we can use that as a "tool" for bargaining for higher salaries.
    Most definitely. I plan to take the NLN Nursing Educator Certification Exam as soon as it becomes available. The critical shortage in nursing faculty is also forcing salaries up in my area.


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