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Nursing Education: Pipeline to the Future

Minority Nurse

In the world of nursing, consistent rates of students graduating from nursing programs, becoming licensed, and successfully entering the workforce are critical to the long-term viability of the nursing profession and the healthcare system itself. In that regard, nursing education is a pipeline to the future.

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Student Veterans Advancing Their Nursing Education

Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

Today, we recognize several student veterans and hear why they decided to pursue a degree in nursing. Chavez Active-Duty US Army, Nurse Corps and PhD Student I am an active-duty… The post Student Veterans Advancing Their Nursing Education appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. Captain Celeste A.


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Anti-Oppressive Nursing Education

Advances in Nursing Science

Our current featured article is titled “Developing a Theory of Norm-Criticism in Nursing Education” authored by Caitlin M. Nye, MSN; Ellinor Tengelin, PhD; and Darryl Somayaji, PhD. While it is featured, it is available for free download from the ANS website!

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7 Benefits of Continuing Nursing Education


Continuing nursing education is vital for nurses to keep their skills sharp and stay up to date with the latest in health care. It helps nurses learn about new medical procedures, treatments, and technologies.

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Essential Skills for Nurse Educators

Northeastern State University

Nurse educators are instrumental in shaping the future of healthcare and the next generation of nurses. What Do Nurse Educators Do? Before exploring the skills that today’s nurse educators need, reviewing their day-to-day job can be helpful.

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To Build the Workforce, We Need More Nurse Educators

When Susan Bindon, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CNE, CNE-cl, FAAN, explained the need for nurse educators, her description was succinct. “In In a word — critical,” said Bindon, an associate professor and assistant dean for faculty development at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. nursing schools were turned away in 2021.

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The Role of Nurse Educators: Shaping The Future of Nursing

Diversity Nursing

Nurse Educators play a crucial role in shaping the future of Nursing by preparing the next generation of Nurses to meet evolving healthcare needs. Their responsibilities extend beyond traditional patient care to education, mentoring, and influencing the development of Nursing professionals.