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Nurse education!!

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by Hayley27 Hayley27 (New) New

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Hi all

After some advice if poss. Working as a G grade, have been doing my degree and have got my certificate of education really really keen to teach/tutor and get into education of nurses. Not sure where to go from here - everyone wants experience - but can't get it until someone gives me a chance.

Any advice would be great.

H xx

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karenG specializes in midwifery, ophthalmics, general practice.

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I think it depends what area you are working in. I am a clinical practice teacher and have been doing some lecturing at south bank Uni. I am happy staying clinical but having a finger in lots of pies! maybe you should think about a lecturer/practitioner post?

Karen

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Hi all

After some advice if poss. Working as a G grade, have been doing my degree and have got my certificate of education really really keen to teach/tutor and get into education of nurses. Not sure where to go from here - everyone wants experience - but can't get it until someone gives me a chance.

Any advice would be great.

H xx

If you want pre reg nursing then the advice Karen offered is great. In addition speak to the tutors let them know what you are looking for,offer to help with teaching on some courses or supporting thier sessions.

If its Post reg I started of by helping out, got a secondment and now work full time teaching Nurses and doctors Clinical skills, it took me about three years, but dont regret any of it. Passing on my experience is a good a doing it ,without the bad back

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