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Role Of The Nurse Educator

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This course examines the role of the nurse educator in research, education, community, service, and practice. Topics focus on emerging trends and issues that influence nursing education and the rights and responsibilities inherent in educational positions. This course requires 20 hours of clinical practicum.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues

    • Explain ethical implications for nurse educators.
    • Determine responsibilities of nurse educators in meeting the standards of regulatory and accreditation bodies.
    • Describe the legal parameters for nursing and nurse educators.
    • Clinical: Complete needs assessment development.

    Roles and Responsibilities of the Nurse Educator

    • Compare the roles of the nurse educator in various settings.
    • Explain the responsibilities of nurse educators.
    • Examine self-perspective on learning, teaching, and evaluation.
    • Identify a needs assessment topic and audience applicable to nursing education.

    Learning Environments

    • Analyze the various learning environments.
    • Explain how the nurse educator contributes to the learning environment.
    • Describe the importance of assessing the learning environment.
    • Clinical: Collaborate with your mentor about the requirements, feasibility, and potential hindrances of a needs assessment.

    Future Trends in the Role of the Nurse Educator

    • Explore additional roles and responsibilities outside of the classroom.
    • Analyze the impact of past and current educational trends on the future role of the nurse educator.
    • Clinical: Research various data analysis methods.

    Understanding Students

    • Define the faculty student relationship.
    • Determine the needs of the student population.
    • Describe the importance of assessing student characteristics.
    • Clinical: Annotated Bibliography.

    Creating and Implementing a Successful Learning Experience

    • Explain how to develop and maintain trust in a learning environment.
    • Develop a communication strategy to enhance relationships between faculty and students.
    • Examine Role-Modeling techniques and methods.
    • Clinical: Develop a tool and procedure to collect the data.
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