By Katherine Pakieser-Reed
Desire a little concept? Then open the most recent in STTIs well known Daybook sequence, A Daybook for Nurse Educators. Educators play a necessary position within the improvement of the nursing career. They lay the basis for a way nurses perform and have interaction with sufferers, households, groups, fellow nurses and different well-being care pros. This daybook is stuffed with 365 inspirational and thought-provoking costs solicited from best nurse educators worldwide. every month starts off with a thought-provoking tale or lesson. Journaling house all through makes it possible for recording day-by-day meditations and reflections. This booklet will provide a boost to an individual who teaches, despite scientific or educational environment.
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Lisa Plowfield, PhD, RN Tallahassee, Florida March 31 “Learn how to be comfortable with silence. When you ask a question, do not hurry to fill the void in sound. ” –Katherine Pakieser-Reed, PhD, RN Grayslake, Illinois 45 Global Future of Nursing Some people believe the future of nursing practice in Latin America, and globally, should be guided by destiny. I disagree. I believe that advancement of nursing practice in every country should adhere to uniform standards of education and health care, similar to international standards already recognized by other disciplines.
This is a journey that takes time and requires ongoing openness to the nuances and uniqueness of every encounter. It is never routine, ordinary, or boring. ” –Christine M. Pacini, PhD, RN Detroit, Michigan 43 March 28 “Keep things colorful! Even though you will be fiscally responsible and copy handouts in black and white, it doesn’t mean your presentation needs to be bland. My blood administration slides have a bright red background; my fluid and electrolyte lecture has a water and waves background.
Without civility, we miss opportunities to really listen and understand other points of view. It is my fundamental belief that, by promoting civility among nursing students, nursing education plays a pivotal role in fostering civility in academic and practice environments. –Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF Boise, Idaho From Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 36(1) March March 1 “Becoming a grandmother for the first time has made me pause to ponder my grandchildren’s future, making me hopeful they will grow up in a world where the gender divide is a concept of the distant past.
A Daybook for Nurse Educators (Daybook Series) by Katherine Pakieser-Reed