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Castellani said she first knew she wanted to be a nurse educator when she went back to school in Chamberlain’s RN-BSN to MSN online option, Educator Specialty Track. “During my second or third nursing course, I realized the excitement of learning had been sparked within me again,” she said. “The professors I had in the online environment were so knowledgeable and supportive that they inspired me to pursue teaching as a career. Quality nurses come from quality education. And quality education needs to have quality educators.” As a teacher, the work you do outside of the classroom often leaves an even greater mark on students then the lessons inside the classroom. “Being a nurse educator is so much more than just teaching,” Turner said. “We mentor our students, model professional nursing and encourage them to never stop learning. We’re there to guide students, inspire them, praise them when they do well and help support them when they don’t do as well.” As a nurse educator, you will have access to the most recent, cutting-edge information and research, benefit from opportunities to collaborate with other health professions and learn from your students, as they in turn, learn from you. “As a nurse faculty member, you are able to bring to your students your years of experience in a particular content area,” said educator Suzanne Miyamoto, PhD, RN, FAAN, senior director of government affairs and health policy at AACN. “What enriches the discussion further is the diversity and experiences they offer. Reciprocal learning is an invaluable part of being a nurse educator.” Mark Garcia, MSN, RN, was a nurse on a telemetry unit when he felt himself gravitating toward the patient education aspect of nursing.
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