Nurse Educator Journal of Nursing

Increasing demands on nurses and the role of the nurse educator: Developing nursing competencies

Increasing demands on nurses and the role of the nurse educator: Developing nursing competencies

Tags: Competency Nurse Education Nurse Educator patient care patient outcomes patient safety performance

Increasing demands of todays healthcare environment poses many challenges for nurses providing care at the bedside. Nurse educators are in a position to develop nursing competencies that support nurses and assist them in the provision of safe, quality patient care.

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Reflections of Nurse Educator

Reflections of Nurse Educator

Tags: assertiveness Nurse Educator nursing teaching

Teaching is an art. Some people are born teachers while others acquire the skill. To be a great teacher, one has to have a sense of humor and be very flexible. Teachers will never teach to gain monetary reward. However, they will teach to achieve the best reward - satisfaction that they have an impact on the education of the leaders of the world, the training of CEOs, and the success of new breed of professionals. Teaching is a noble profession.

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Hurray for the Millennial Nurses!

Hurray for the Millennial Nurses!

Tags: bullying education graduates horizontal violence Nurse Educator violence work environment

This article discusses horizontal violence in the field of nursing and how we as educators can provide them with the skills to create a more civil work environment.

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