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  1. Anyone a fulltime professor with a part time nursing job (staff RN or NP)? Just wondering if the workload is possible. I have an interview for a fulltime ONLINE nursing professor job but am anticipating a 30K pay cut. With that, as well as my desire ...
  2. Professor working as a staff nurse on the side

    Thanks for the response. I did ask more info about the job and workload. I plan to ask more at the interview. It is 100% online including meetings, so I figure I'm gaining a good 10 to 13 hours in weekly commute time . I will continue to weigh the pr...
  3. Professor working as a staff nurse on the side

    Well that's where the side gig comes in. Working PRN on the side would make me about 25K, so yes. I would be fine. I am currently in a high paying hospital job but man the stress, the burnout....I'm tired of drinking the kool aid in a hospital leader...
  4. Professor working as a staff nurse on the side

    Agree. I would like to keep my skills and the ability to pick up a shift and make $$$
  5. Professor working as a staff nurse on the side

    K
  6. Professor working as a staff nurse on the side

    Um OK
  7. Clarifying rules and job duties

    I am highly interested in switching over from nursing education to research. Lately several positions have come up at my job and I wanted to get more info on what the differences are. The job titles are Clinical Research Assistant and Clinical Resear...
  8. Faculty and Professors not teaching?

    Recently I've seen several job posts for Academic Coaches, Teaching Assistants, Education Specialists and the jobs are basically teaching the online courses for the faculty/professor with the PHd. These jobs require master degrees and pay fairly low....
  9. research nurse to PhD nurse researcher...

    thank u!! super helpful
  10. research nurse to PhD nurse researcher...

    I am currently starting a PhD nursing program and work in a leadership/educator role. I was offered an interview for a nurse researcher job with physicians. I am interested in doing independent research when I complete my PhD. Would this nurse resear...
  11. I have a high paying hospital lesdership/education job and am currently waiting to hear from a PhD program. I'm considering dropping to part time work (possible staffing 2 days a week) to pursue fulltime study. Financially I have this opportunity. Th...
  12. Fulltime or part time PhD? Share experiences please

    Thanks for sharing. I actually am in leadership so I work 5 days 40plus hours a week and take some call. And 6 years vs 4ish...I am strongly considering pt work and ft study.Thanks
  13. Any tips on how to become faculty?

    online instruction is challenging to come by. You need a phd.
  14. Career Advice from Nurse Educators

    also nurse "mentors" that are essentially responsible for passing and progression through the online programs. I hear its about 65K but no challenge and stuck on the phone all day. Hardly what I envisioned as an online instructor. Just sharing
  15. Retuximab administration help

    Our floor is not a chemo floor, but we often get renal kids needing retuximab. Per my research and collaboration with other units and chemo experts, this us not technically a chemo and can be administered w standard PPE and precautions. Is this consi...
  16. Career Advice from Nurse Educators

    yes, be informed. Most if not all online instructor jobs want a PHd. I recently posted about online instructor jobs (teaching assistant, academic coach) whatever you want to call them requiring a master degree and making very low hourly pay. The degr...
  17. salary

    from my experience in texas, hospital educators make significant more than faculty. I literally got a 25k raise from leaving academia to hospital education. Academia in texas, you mostly need a PHD for growth. ballpark:55-70k (depending on term and ...
  18. Clarifying rules and job duties

    That is helpful. Thank you so much.
  19. Clarifying rules and job duties

    Can you be a CRC without being an assistant first?
  20. New to Lesdership: rant

    As a fairly new leader, I am struggling. To give some background info, leadership at my job are required and expected to be pulled into staffing (bedside nursing) when needed. After my long 12 hour shifts, I start to question everything. I'm exhauste...
  21. Going management: Pros and Cons

    pros: money, flexibility, feeling of accomplishment cons: people complain about EVERYTHING and are rarely happy. its thankless. You have no friends.
  22. Teaching In ADN Program

    I have been wanting to post something similar for a long while. I have so much respect for all nurses and I recognize every journey is different, but I am starting to not see a purpose in an ADN program. I have watched literally every hospital in the...
  23. Any educators have...

    Yes I was grandfathered in because of my start date. I was left with the option of doing academia or hospital education. When I tried to do my project in the academia setting, I was told it could take 9 months to process the agreement. The project is...
  24. I work two nights a week at a job I love. I recently got an offer for a fulltime telecommute (100% work from home, outbound calls, salaried) position. It APPEARS you can work whatever hours as long as workload gets done. With that flexibility, I was...
  25. I work in a small community hospital that admits pediatric patients onto a postpartum unit. We have pedi hospitalists and pedi nurses. Our patient loads vary from ~1-12. How could this type of unit be safely staffed (ie: nurses, training, resources)...