By CeCelia R. Zorn
Changing into a Nurse Educator: discussion for an attractive occupation is a pragmatic consultant constructed to aid new and rising nurse educators of their profession improvement. Written in a straight-forward demeanour, it provides educating studies combined with theoretical dialogue and particular instructing techniques to help new nursing educators find which means of their profession. This crucial advisor includes well known literature, nurse educator stories, tales, costs, and dialogue questions. changing into a Nurse Educator: discussion for an interesting profession is a must have source for any nursing educator and nursing schooling scholars.
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My inaccurate use of random sampling in a statewide-study of RNs illustrates sampling methods. My misinterpretation of an insulin order helps review insulin types, transcribing orders, and medication error follow-up. I also share with students the time I recommended milk of magnesia to a patient with chronic kidney disease (and the resulting backlash); the students remember the mineral and electrolyte changes with renal pathology more easily. By the way, I also do have some examples that were not muddles on my part.