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Nurse Educator

Nurse Educators design, plan, implement and evaluate the delivery of nursing education and staff development programs, and manage educational resources.

Overview

Nurse Educators design, plan, implement and evaluate the delivery of nursing education and staff development programs, and manage educational resources.

Day-to-day

  • researches, plans, develops and implements nursing curriculum
  • facilitates practical experience for general and specialist nurses
  • evaluates ongoing and changing educational needs and monitors course outcomes
  • participates in developing and implementing policies affecting nursing, nurse education and health.

Considerations

  • stressful.

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To become a Nurse Educator

  • You usually need a postgraduate degree in nursing or a relevant health field and extensive nursing experience to work as a Nurse Educator.

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