Would I Be a Good Nurse Educator? 7 Qualities You’ll Need to Succeed

Nursing and teaching go hand in hand. Bedside nurses routinely educate their patients about treatments and help bring new members of their nursing unit up to speed. Educating others can be an immensely enjoyable part of the job, so it’s only natural to wonder what it’d be like to shift gears and become a nurse educator.

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