Nurse educators serve as teachers, preceptors and mentors Categories: Nursing news Nursing specialties Our nurse educator colleagues are an important part of our nursing careers. From the first day of nursing school to the day we defend our dissertation, they are there for us. But how much do we know about their roles? Nurse educators are academic and clinical specialists working in classrooms, online and in practice settings. Prepared at the master’s or doctoral level, they serve as faculty in colleges, universities, hospital schools of nursing, or as nurse educators, nurse clinicians or staff development educators in the practice arena. Some teach at the associate or baccalaureate level, others at the master’s or doctoral level, and their responsibilities can include curriculum and content development, research, didactic and clinical teaching, testing and student evaluation. In the practice setting, whether acute, home care, long-term care or in the community, they are our teachers, preceptors, mentors, advisers and coaches. They’re the ones who orient us when we get to our first job, test us and clear us for work, teach our in-service classes, train us on new equipment and procedures, and keep us current with CE requirements. They have strong leadership, communication, critical-thinking and people skills.
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