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August 14, 2018

6 Practical Tips for New Nurse Educators

The transition from clinical work into a nurse educator role is often accompanied by a number of challenges including: organisational culture, reluctant managers, financial constraints, resistance from staff and a general lack of teaching experience. However, you can overcome these challenges: Here are 7 practical tips that new nurse educators
August 01, 2018

Innovative Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators

With technological innovations making an impact across the healthcare industry, changes are taking place within education as well. New and innovative teaching strategies are constantly emerging and moving through the space. However, it’s important to note that the core principles of nurse training remain unchanged: patient-centred care, evidence-based practice, communication
July 24, 2018

Care to Learn Podcast Episode 2: Tony King

In this episode Tony King, ICU Educator at the Epworth Hospital, speaks about the changing role of the educator, how to manage reluctant learners, the importance of engaging with the broader education team and much more… Click here to listen to episode 1 of the Care to Learn Podcast. Podcast
July 18, 2018

The Changing Nature of Teaching and Learning

Technological advances are transforming the way education is developed and provided within the healthcare industry. But how exactly is teaching and learning changing? And what must nurse educators know to ensure they are future-ready? Here are a few areas that nurse educators should be aware of to ensure they are
July 04, 2018

What Makes a Good Lecturer?

Good lecturers do two things very well: First, they create a positive environment that enables students to enjoy learning. Second, in the learning process, they assist and enable students to achieve their goals. But it’s not that simple. There are a number of key skills and qualities required in this