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Top 5 Qualities That Make Successful Nurse Educators

  What makes a good nurse educator? Is being an expert in the field enough? A veteran RN, who is also a graduate student, shares her views. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Nurse Educators It takes a special nurse to become a nurse patient educator.   To be a successful one you must take it a step, 5 of them to be exact, further. First what is a nurse educator?   Nurse educators are experienced nurses that help their fellow nurses learn about nursing, procedures, techniques and other aspects of the job.   They help the nursing field by passing along their


Nurse Educators: Teaching Asthma Patients.

Nurse Educators: Teaching Asthma Patients.

Asthma Patient Teaching: Information that Nurse Educators Should Teach   An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Unfortunately, this does not apply to asthma patients. Asthma is characterized by an inflammation or tightening of the bronchial tube passages. Though this can be curable, it affects more than 22 million Americans each year – 6 million of which are children. This is according to the findings of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. A typical asthma attack involves wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness or pain in the chest and profuse coughing. It occurs mostly at night or early in