By Katherine Pakieser-Reed
Every month is prefaced by way of an academic theme.
The quotations are by means of, for, and approximately nurse educators
365 day-by-day motivational quotations, tales, poems, and inspirational recommendations for nurse educators to aid them think extra preferred of their tough roles
No-date layout makes this a perennial ebook (perpetual daybook) so readers can begin their trip any day of the year
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Additional resources for A daybook for nurse educators
Education is a journey that may lead you to unexpected places. ” –Stephany W. ” –Debra C. ” –Kathy Alkire, BSN, RN Joshua Tree, California February 18 “Nursing is about relationships. ” –Pat Holden-Huchton, DSN, RN, CNE Denton, Texas 25 February 19 “Recently, a number of articles have been published about teaching students returning to college for a second degree, but few articles are explicit about how to build on a student’s previous educational and career experiences. ” –Chad O’Lynn, PhD, RN, RA Portland, Oregon February 20 “To keep up with the amount of paper and e-mail coming across the desk, handle it just once.
When you ask a question, do not hurry to fill the void in sound. ” –Katherine Pakieser-Reed, PhD, RN Grayslake, Illinois 45 Global Future of Nursing Some people believe the future of nursing practice in Latin America, and globally, should be guided by destiny. I disagree. I believe that advancement of nursing practice in every country should adhere to uniform standards of education and health care, similar to international standards already recognized by other disciplines. Nursing practice should be guided by established, uniform, evidence-based protocols and standards that provide high-quality primary health care to underserved and vulnerable populations who are unable to advocate for themselves.
Francis, MSN, RN-BC, CNS Brooklyn, New York April 4 “If I had to provide one tip for being an educator, it would be to take advantage of academic opportunities—not only in education, but also in training and development. ” –Pamela B. Pfeifer, MS, RN, CCNS Chicago, Illinois April 5 “Be confident in your skill and ability. ” –Eric B. Bauman, PhD, RN Madison, Wisconsin 48 April 6 “Whether teaching patients, family, nurses, or students, our first responsibility is to show them that we care about them as persons.