doctoral_candidate17

doctoral_candidate17 BSN, MSN, RN

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doctoral_candidate17 has 13 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in Nurse Education.

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  1. Participant Recruitment For Research Purposes

    When I embarked on my PhD journey, I had many grandiose ideas on where to go and what to do with my research study. Many educators along the way kept reminding me to keep it simple and stay within my means as a graduate student. Best advice that I co...
  2. Seeking Research Participants - RN with 2 years or less experience

    Thank you to all for your participation. I have quickly met and exceeded the number of participants needed. I am looking forward to data analysis. Once analysis is complete, I will be posting a brief summary of findings. Again, thank you for your par...
  3. Seeking Research Participants - RN with 2 years or less experience

    Thank you for posting this and for the support from allnurses.com.
  4. Work experience required to be a nurse educator?

    From my experience various schools have a variety of requirements. Different positions are opening up all the time. In my opinion (as an educator for 6 years and seeing new educators walk into work every academic year) the important considerations fo...
  5. Are you a registered nurse? Please consider participating in my research study if you: -have 2 years or less of experience -are working or have worked in bedside clinical practice You are invited to take part in a research study about nursing career ...
  6. Looking for a Online RN to MSN Program

    Walden University has a RN to MSN-FNP program. Here is a link to the program: RN to MSN Track | MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner | Walden University I earned my MSN in Nursing with a focus in education and am currently working on a PhD in Nursing fr...
  7. Nursing school Q: 1 min/1 question?

    This testing practice seems pretty standard. I had 1 min per question when I was in undergrad (2002-2006) and am now a professor and follow the same rules. ATI testing is programmed as 1 min per question (unless you have accommodations and require ex...
  8. Can you partner with a local school/college/university?
  9. Agree about "under your license" ... however I think this would best be termed as delegation. Which if the RN that is licensed would inappropriately delegate to someone that is not competent then that is where the issue would lie.
  10. Preparing for CNE

    Please let us know how it goes. I have not taken it but am interested in doing so once I am done with my doctorate.
  11. Starting my PhD in the Fall! Is anyone else out there a PhD student?

    I am currently in a Nursing PhD program! I love it!!! I started out in a DNP program (because it was fully covered by my employer) and it just wasn't the right degree for me. So I decided to enroll in a Nursing PhD program which would cost me ... but...
  12. Admission Interviews

    I have helped participate in admission interviews as a nursing faculty member before. We had a rubric but I do not work for that university any longer and unfortunately do not have access. We had a question situated around their volunteer history (si...
  13. Participation Compensation

    Thanks for the reply! If you were to be offered compensation, what would you be the most interested in receiving?
  14. Nursing and Sorority?

    Time management certainly is a valid concern. Just keep your overall end life-goals in mind. There have been plenty of times where I would rather be doing something else that wasn't related to career preparation but ultimately I had to put my nursing...
  15. Post Master's Nurse Educator Certificate

    I am currently a full-time faculty member and this is just my personal opinion and experience. Depending on the position and school, the DNP may be enough. Many postings I have seen if they even mention anything about the CNE it was preferred rather ...