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6 Trends in Nursing Education 2022: What to Expect and …

Details: The initial step to take is to get a nursing degree. However, it's best to learn the latest trends in nursing. That said, here’s what to expect and adopt in nursing education: 1. The Need for Distance Learning. The pandemic has paved the way for distance learning. If anything, it has revealed the value and benefits of online education.

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MSN Nursing Education

Details: HOPEforRNs, ADN, BSN, MSN. Specializes in Education, Skills & Simulation, Med/Surg, Pharm. Has 13 years experience. 170 Posts. May 3, 2015. I graduate with my MSN in nursing education in a year. I'm happy I did it. I love my current full time job in a BSN program. It'll open up a lot of opportunities.

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Education topic ideas

Details: Some things I could suggest: 1. Review equipment rarely used: art lines, Level One rapid infuser, ext pacemekers for both adults and kids, ECMO (yes, we really did set up for ECMO in our ER - absolutely crazy night!) 2. Encourage staff to …

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ED Education Topics

Details: CraigB-RN, MSN, RN. Specializes in Critical Care, Emergency, Education, Informatics. Has 40 years experience. 1,224 Posts. May 26, 2016. A mix of topics that comprises of things that you do all the time but could use more detail, and things you see and do rarely. 1.

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WGU RN-MSN Education

Details: You could finish RN to MSN in 6 months if you really wanted to, just start strong so you can get your hours in. Just an insider tip- spell everything out in the performance assessments. I don’t think the people grading them have medical experience, so you can’t imply common medical knowledge like “vitals”.

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MSN in Education vs. NP

Details: Teaching is a lot harder then you think it is! FYI _ In some states such as mine, by 2011 all nursing instructors must have either a MSN in education or a post masters certificate in Education (in addition to their first MSN degree) in order to teach (FT) at state community colleges or universities.

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4 Things to Consider When Educating the Dialysis Patient

Details: Disease education, treatment options education, medication education, nutrition, and whatever personal education a patient may need. Nurses can become frustrated and have a sense of loss when they must repeat the same education to the same patient. It would appear the patient does not care and actively chooses to be a bystander in their care.

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CEU/CME for recertification with ANCC

Details: On 1/17/2018 at 10:31 AM, AtomicWoman said: It's 75 hours, including 25 hours in pharmacology, assuming you also meet one of the other requirements (like practice hours). If ONLY recertifying with CEs, you need 150n hours, including 25 hours of pharm. AtomicWoman, thanks for the info you provided on the 75-25 rule.

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Has anyone heard of Ideal Professional Institute School of …

Details: They took control of nursing schools away from the BON and gave it to the state dept. of education. Since then, quite a few "nursing schools" have opened there that would never be allowed to operate in any other US state. Many of these "schools" have horrible NCLEX pass rates, and would get shut down in other states simply because of their poor

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Nursing documentation help

Details: Teaching provided on [insert teaching] Resident verbalized understanding [or needs further instruction on …]. Informed to notify doctor if [insert when to notify doctor]. Follow up appointment with Dr. X on 1/1/2015 at 0900. [OR Resident will make a follow-up appointment with Doctor X in 2 weeks.]

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Clinical Educator vs Staff Development

Details: Has 45 years experience. 13,469 Posts. May 5, 2016. As a general rule -- and you seem to aware that things will vary from place to place -- "Clinical Educator" roles are closer to the bedside than other staff development roles. In a Clinical Educator role, you are more likely to be working 1 on 1 with a nurse at the bedside, teach, coaching

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First Dose medication alert and education

Details: The other factor is alerting staff to new medications for the patient and an ongoing tracking of the progress of education for that med. We flag the first dose of a new med for a patient, if the nurse confirms the initial education was done then the next two doses are also flagged for follow up education, evaluation of learning (teach back).

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CEU's -vs- CNE's

Details: CME's. 3. CEU's. (The CME's are for physicians I understand that.) What was interesting is that the CNE's offered larger credits than the CEU's for example the same course would offer "1.6 contact hours" for CNE's, yet would offer "0.1 hour CEU's". Since I've always used CEU's I will check that box when applying for credit, but I was just

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I Tutor Nursing Students

Details: I recently decided to continue my education with an RN-MSN bridge program, and my enrollment advisor asked me if I wanted to pursue nursing education or an administration and management track. It was a tough decision, but as soon as I tutored my first student, I was convinced teaching was for me! I actually tutor from the comfort of my home by

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Thinking of switching from nurse to elementary teacher. Bad idea

Details: Well, since you do already have the RN license, you may as well try to get a job as a school nurse to see if you'll be satisfied with that. Give it time, and if you'd still like to be an elementary teacher, then go for it. If you'd like a teaching experience and isn't set on teaching children, you could get your masters and become a nurse educator.

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CEU expiration date question

Details: Dec 27, 2013. First, there is no CEU. Units used to refer to 10 contact hours as one unit. Now we just refer to the contact hours, so the term is CNE. Two years is the limit for materials because, for it to be CONTINUING EDUCATION, the nurse needs up to date material. Some materials are enduring, such as CD's and DVD's.

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CRRT: Providing Optimal Patient Care

Details: CRRT provides four major things; it provides control of fluid status, cleans the blood, removes toxins that are usually excreted in urine, and controls electrolytes and acid/base balance. The circuit is good to run for 72 hours total, and holds no greater than 300 mL of blood outside of the patient’s body during therapy.

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Academic Credit: Will it Count Towards Contact Hours for

Details: Number of continuing education hours (must be in nursing) Statement that the course provider has the approval of a national certification accreditation agency recognized by the Board for license renewal (see below) To count toward licensure renewal, a program must have been approved by one of the credentialing agencies recognized by the Board.

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