Nurse Educator

Role of the Nurse Educator
Role of the Nurse Educator

Role of the Nurse Educator

As the current nursing shortage is expected to deepen, one group of nurses is at the forefront of guiding and preparing the next generation of nurses. Nurse educators typically obtain a Master of Science in Nursing with a Nursing Education concentration. They teach nurses and students in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, and as nursing faculty members.
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Why Become a Nurse Educator?

One of the most rewarding ways you can choose to advance your career is through an online master’s degree in nursing education. Technology has made it easier than ever to obtain a master’s degree by taking classes online, making life and school more manageable.

National Nurses Week 2018
National Nurses Week 2018

National Nurses Week - How Nurse Educators Inspire, Innovate and Influence

National Nurses Week — May 6–12 — celebrates nurses and educates the public about the nursing profession and its advancement. This year’s theme is “Nurses: Inspire, Innovate, Influence.” Nurses play a pivotal role in healthcare and inspire change and improvement in patient outcomes, which is certainly something to celebrate.

What is a Nurse Educator?
What is a Nurse Educator?

What is a Nurse Educator?

First and foremost, all nurses are educators. Nurses are continually challenged to take difficult and sometimes life-saving information and translate for optimal patient understanding and compliance. Nurses instruct on medications, procedures, appointments, wound care, hygiene, safety and everything in between.