Understanding the Nurse Educator Shortage and Its Implications

Remember when you went through nursing school? At first, your instructors seemed intimidating, keeping a critical eye on everything you did. But when you got to know them, things changed. One was peppy and had the energy of someone with an IV full of coffee. Another was serious and seemed to have eyes in the back of their head—which must have helped with the whole “seeming like they’ve seen it all before” thing they had going on.

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