3 Ways to Keep Those in a Nurse Educator Role Happy & Healthy

The unquenchable demand for nurse educators continues. It’s an uphill battle against increased student enrollment, budget constraints, retiring faculty, and faculty burnout. 

With the odds stacked against nursing programs, it’s more important than ever before to keep those serving in a nurse educator role happy and healthy. 

If this sounds like an all-too-familiar problem, here are three ways to keep nurse educators happy and humming. 

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I. Build a Solid Mentorship Program

Select Good Pairings

Set Clear Expectations

Provide a Proper Orientation

Build Mechanisms for Feedback

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II. Acknowledge Time & Hard Work

Add Recognition to Newsletters, Emails, or Meetings

Budget for Gift Cards & Treats

Add a “Thank You” Assignment to Your Writing Curriculum

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