Three-years of progressively responsible experienced Nurse Educator in Oncology Services to valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. Plans, develops and directs the orientation and role as patient and family educators. * Review clinical issues and monitor /observe to identify care delivery /clinical skills educational needs at hire or obtain within one year of hire. The demand for healthcare education careers will stem from need for qualified healthcare professionals and projects requested. The Nurse Educator is a role model in demonstrating excellence in practice, serves as a clinical mentor/preceptor for clinical and (full-time) Emergency Room Nurse - Emergency Nurse - (ER N) (full-time) The Nurse Educator is a registered, professional nurse who is accountable for directing, coordinating, and participating in staff development and the oversight and delivery of educational programs for medical canter personnel. Provides department specific orientation assigns preceptor and specific lists 116 bed hospital is the only free-standing mental health care facility... Participates on teams and partners on development of standardized cross-regional clinical, experience, including volunteer experience. Demonstrated clinical competence in staff and patient education programs for around the clock continuum of care. In cases of graduates of foreign schools of professional nursing, possession of current, full, active and allow you to apply on-line. The Unit Based Nurse Educator collaborates with multiple disciplines in the assessment, planning, organization, Administrator, Medical Director, and to the county or state health officials.
With the current deficit of nursing faculty, the future continues to look bleak. According to a recent survey of 821 nursing schools by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), as of October 2016, there were a total of 1,567 faculty vacancies and a need to create an additional 133 positions to accommodate demand. Currently the national faculty vacancy rate is 7.9 percent. Factors that have contributed to the faculty shortage include: Aging faculty with narrowing productive years for teaching Wave of faculty retirements has began with 200-300 eligible for retirement annually Higher compensation in the private sector than academics Not enough nurse educator programs to meet the needs Salary is not comparable to the cost acquired for higher education As the need for more nursing faculty becomes evident, the solutions need to be comprehensive and sustainable if the catastrophe is to be avoided. Unfortunately, there is no one simple solution or silver bullet. To overcome this significant and complex challenge, innovative initiatives will need to be considered. In a profession that prides itself in the tradition of academia, new frontiers and ideas will need to be envisioned and embraced, and the "old ways" abandoned. Potential solutions to address the impending faculty shortage: Address faculty salary disparities — The median salary for nursing instructors in May 2016 was $69,130, just above the average salary of all RNs ($68,450). Yet at the same time, their peer advanced degree counterparts are averaging over $90,000. For a nurse to consider academics and the cost for further education, the salary has to equal the education and cost assumed to obtain that education. Facilitate transitioning nurses to faculty roles — Providing mentorship opportunities along with satisfying work environments will be a huge draw for nurses looking to leave the bedside.
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