“This book provides insight and guidance for expert nurse clinicians transitioning to nurse educators, with an emphasis on teaching in a clinical setting. Concepts are illustrated with rich experiential narrations from nurse educators reflecting on their journeys as novice nurse educators of students and new graduate nurses… This is a valuable supplement to readily available books on curriculum, course development, and learning theory, providing insightful pearls of wisdom based on real-life experiences of nurse clinicians who have successfully transitioned to the role of nurse educator. Score: 97 – 5 Stars!”
–Susan G. Wiera, MSN, Michigan State University College of Nursing, Doody’s Reviews
Research shows that the sharing of personal, first-hand stories not only enhances learning and eases the transition to a new role, but also helps novice educators understand that their challenges are shared by others. With the goal of improving the experience of nurses transitioning from clinician to educator, in hospitals as well as schools of nursing, this unique book presents the stories of nurses who made this transition. It presents the findings of several qualitative studies addressing the question, “What is the lived experience of clinicians as they assume new roles as clinical nurse educators?” These narratives describe the challenges they faced and the transformations in each nurse’s identity and relationships during the transition process. The text includes recommendations from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching along with specific problem-solving strategies.
The narratives are from nurse clinicians, nurse educators, and students, who provide insights into such common dilemmas faced by novice educators as, “How do I keep a patient safe while allowing the student nurse to practice a skill for the first time?” “If a student is slow to catch on to a procedure, how long do I wait before they fail?” “How do I help provide a safe and effective learning environment for new graduate nurses?” The book includes stories of students who describe positive and negative experiences with clinical nurse educators. Stories address cultural diversity, bullying, and dilemmas related to critical and ethical thinking. Nurse educators themselves share insights into what they wish they had done differently to guide students and new graduate nurses in their learning. While these storytellers have diverse clinical and educational backgrounds, there are consistent similarities among the experiences they describe. One common thread is the need to embrace the role of a novice in order to succeed. The book serves as a valuable text for graduate students in nurse educator courses as well as students and nurses seeking support, insight, and inspiration in their transition to the clinical nurse educator role.
- Presents experiential narratives from nurses who made the transition from clinician to educator
- Describes important aspects of a nurse’s transition from the role of clinical expert to that of novice educator
- Includes research-based insights in a highly accessible style and format
- Integrates National League for Nursing Core Competencies into the text
- Provides inspiring, helpful, and comforting guidance for nurse clinicians feeling lost or confused in a new role
About the Author
Jeanne Merkle Sorrell, PhD, FAAN, RN has taught at undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels of nursing for over 20 years. She initiated the concept of a Nurse Academy at George Mason University, USA and co-taught it with Dr. Cangelosi. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and currently is a Senior Nurse Scientist at the Cleveland Clinic, where she assists health care professionals with the design of qualitative and quantitative research projects. Dr. Sorrell has implemented several funded research studies and has extensive experience in phenomenological research. She has carried out research in composition, taught a variety of writing courses, and is a Teacher/Consultant for the Northern Virginia Writing Project, USA. Dr. Sorrell has been author or co-author/editor for 12 books, written over 100 articles
Chapter 1. Moving From an “Expert” to a “Novice” Role
Chapter 2. Making a Difference
Chapter 3. Power of Faculty: The Tact of Teaching
Chapter 4. Clinical Evaluation of Students: Where Does Learning Stop and Evaluation Begin?
Chapter 5. Mentors Needed!
Chapter 6. Socratic Pedagogy: Teaching Students to Think Like Nurses
Chapter 7. Reflections of a Clinical Educator in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program
Chapter 8. Reflections of a Clinical Educator in an Associate Degree Nursing Program
Chapter 9. Reflections of a Clinical Educator in a Hospital Setting
Chapter 10. Learning From Shared Narratives: Pulling It All Together
لینک کوتاه : https://bookbaz.ir/?p=55965
نویسنده : Jeanne Merkle Sorrell PhD FAAN RN
ناشر : Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition
سال انتشار : 2016
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 206
(ISBN) شابک : 0826125980
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $49.86
حجم فایل : 2 MB