Be a Nurse Educator and Shape the Minds that Save Lives
Thank you to nurse educators and to Johnson and Johnson for a tribute to Nurse Educators.
Finding qualified Nurse Educators that are willing to take a decrease in salary to teach becomes a challenge for many nursing schools. Nurses with education degrees can sometimes make 3 times the salary if they elect to work in a hospital over working in a classroom. These days, it is quite common for Nurse Educators to work fulltime in a hospital and take a nursing college faculty position as a part time endeavor.
Nursing schools that can be flexible with instructor schedules will likely have a better recruitment rate and secure more specialized instructors.
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Kaplan University's Nurse Educator MSN program offers an online classroom format that has been perfected and proven effective for thousands of successful online graduates. Attend class anytime, anywhere, 24/7. No campus attendance is required.
Take the time to shape 1 mind and you might inspire 1,000 more.
Right now, all over America, understanding is breaking through. Techniques are being perfected. Hearts touched. Lives saved. All because one nurse educator took the time to shape one mind.
In huge lecture halls and tiny hospital corridors, at the end of an exhausting shift. And in the seconds between life and death knowledge is being shared, offered, planted, driven into eager minds that will take it and run and pass it on.
Light new fires and inspire others. Do you have it in you to become a Nurse Educator, willing to share all you've seen, what you've learned, your proudest achievements and most painful moments. Do you have what it takes to fan a spark into a flame? To inspire a new generation?
Behind every nurse who touches a life, there's a nurse educator who first touched them. Behind every life saved, a lifetime of experience shared. And when you see that flicker of comprehension, or watch one of your students succeed, there is no greater feeling in the world.
Not everyone has what it takes to be a nurse educator. It is an elite group comprised on the best and the brightest. The ones who want to give back and have the skills to do it, the medical instincts and training. Academic achievement, perseverance and compassion.
If you're one of the lucky few who has these gifts and you have what it takes to pass on your knowledge and inspire you may touch hearts you have never seen. Save lives long after you're gone. Impact generations you'll never meet.
One nurse educator can shape a mind. Her's shapes another and another. One mind can inspire 1,000 more. Maybe it will be yours. Shape the minds that save lives. Be a Nurse Educator.
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The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc. prepares advanced practice nurses to function in leadership roles in practice and educational settings. This course series is designed for nursing and health care professionals interested in pursuing or advancing in careers as faculty in higher educational settings.
Position yourself to meet the growing need for nurse educators with this MSN Nurse Educator specialization. The curriculum incorporates the Essentials of Master‘s Education for Advanced Practice Nursing established by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, with a focus on nursing education.