certified nurse educator


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certified nurse educator

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CNE

A certified academic nurse who specializes in the education of other nurses and of nurses in training.
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Also on the website is a link to the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Handbook, which contains invaluable information and resources to promote success on the exam.
Ortelli (2008) examined the characteristics of certified nurse educator (CNE) faculty.
AMP) collaboratively developed the first Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination.
If so, be aware that the Certification Test Development Committee of the NLN Certification Commission has revised certified nurse educator (CNE) eligibility criteria in two significant ways.
But certified nurse educators represent only a small percentage of eligible faculty.
PRIMARY TEACHING AREA The Certified Nurse Educator examination is available to eligible candidates who teach in all levels of nursing education: practical, diploma, associate degree, baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral nursing programs.
WHEN FACULTY at Methodist College of Nursing heard about the certified nurse educator exam developed by the NLN, we were interested but apprehensive about taking the exam.
We celebrate also the inaugural class of fellows of the Academy of Nursing Education: out' certified nurse educator colleagues, who now represent 48 states; our NLN Centers of Excellence; the work to secure our future accomplished by the NLN Foundation for Nursing Education; and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission's continued recognition by the Department of Education.
As soon as two nurse educators--one from Montana and one from Vermont--earn the CNE credential, we will reach our goal of having a certified nurse educator in every state of the United States.
Since nurses always count how many there are of anything, there is now at least one certified nurse educator in 48 of the 50 states in the United States.
Topics scheduled for spring 2012 are curricular implications of informatics and social networking (presented by ETIMAC); interprofessional education (with doctors and pharmacists as well as nurse educators); leadership; and Certified Nurse Educator exam preparation.
Last, but certainly not least, is our Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) program.
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