The nursing profession and all practitioners need to become aware of the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse, suicide and obesity among their ranks. Plans for recognition and treatment of these disorders need to be formulated and implemented to help nurses cope with the demands of the job https://nurse.org/articles/suicide-rates-high-for-female-nurses/ http://www.theamericannurse.org/2013/03/01/an-issue-of-weight/
Issues Facing Nurse Educators In episode five, Dr. Diann Martin highlights major issues facing Nurse Educators and key resources to address these issues.
Nurse Educator A Multidimensional Role Being a nurse educator is not for sissies. The role requires a great deal of knowledge, many skills and competencies and highly developed professional behaviors. As an educator, you influence the future of the profession and make lasting transformation in your students. The exciting news is that you can select […]
As successful nurse educators, we need to master core competencies as outlined by the National League for Nursing linked below: http://www.nln.org/professional-development-programs/competencies-for-nursing-education/nurse-educator-core-competency
The Future of Nursing In episode four, Diann discusses the landmark report The Future of Nursing.
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