10 Qualities of a Great Nurse Educator
Kayla Baxter | NursingLink
If that sounds scary, well, that’s because teaching can be scary. The good news? The more you start to teach others, the more you realize how much you still have to learn yourself. In turn, the more you desire further learning, the better teacher you become. The ability to recognize one’s own opportunities for growth is of paramount importance. And when you finally realize that you’re always a student (and like it!) that’s when you’re a real Nurse Educator.