Best Practices in Nursing Education: Stories of Exemplary by Mary Jane Smith PhD RN, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN

By Mary Jane Smith PhD RN, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN

Who larger to profit from approximately educating than academics themselves? Written through academics and approximately lecturers, this e-book is for graduate scholars in nursing schooling in addition to mid-career nurse educators. This quantity beneficial properties narratives in accordance with interviews with twenty-one exotic academics of nursing. chosen via the editors in line with own reports with them as academics or mentors, their present stature within the nursing schooling neighborhood, or simply because they're recipients of nationwide educating awards, those academics offer a number of function versions for profession improvement and provide a plethora of knowledge, together with: determining a profession in instructing nursing getting ready and mentoring in educating conserving excellence cozy instances as a instructor Embarrassing educating moments such a lot and least profitable occasions major demanding situations suggestion for brand new academics development collegial relationships non-stop self-development Scholarly improvement Balancing expert and private existence

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I really was interested in learning how managed care affects nursing practice and health care delivery. That was why I became a nurse practitioner. I wanted to see how health care delivery was changed by managed care. I would use the practitioner education as a way of looking at the care. I finished the program, and came back to teach full time. Currently, I also teach policy to doctoral and master’s students, courses in population health, and a course in health promotion, which I love. I direct three federally funded master’s level programs in care of vulnerable people.

All of these came together in the Baltimore area as a formalized teaching engagement. I loved it. However, I was not satisfied to stay exclusively in teaching, I yearned for the challenges of clinical nursing. Then, the Veterans Administration (VA) recruited me to become a chief nurse trainee. I went to Denver as a Chief Nurse Trainee, and to my first assignment as a chief nurse at the VA Medical Center in Madison, Wisconsin. While there, I had an active teaching assignment. It was teaching oncology at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Nursing.

Vernice Ferguson 35 She wanted me to know how I had helped in her continued growth as a nurse and as a nurse in a research environment. It is those kinds of things that give satisfaction about what I have done. This type of commentary is not uncommon. At Christmastime or at various times during the year, I hear from nurses, from the VA and NIH, who tell me how I helped them to grow and become agents of change. I encountered a nurse who I did not remember as a student from Georgetown. She is now a nurse attorney in the VA, and shared with me how I had influenced her life.

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