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September 19, 2018

Creating a Culture of Lifelong Learning in Healthcare

Lifelong learning is essential to the professionalism and satisfaction of any individual employed in healthcare, nursing, or medicine. Personal and professional growth are essential to healthcare workers, and it is incumbent on forward-thinking healthcare employers to provide opportunities for such growth and learning.   Corporate Culture is Key Corporate culture
September 12, 2018

Translation to Practice: Breaking Down the Barriers

Evidence-based practice is the cornerstone of nursing practice. It enables professionals to initiate interventions based on research and provide quality care to clients. However, translating evidence-based knowledge and implementing this knowledge into practice is recognised as a difficult process due to the complexity of healthcare systems (Greenhalgh & Papoutsi, 2018).
September 05, 2018

Overcoming Challenges of Education in Rural and Remote Settings

Rural hospitals account for more than fifty percent of all hospitals in the United States. Rural health centres provide a wide range of essential services including: acute care, ambulatory care, and emergency medical and psychiatric services (HRSA, 2018). Nurse educators that are charged with the assessment, implementation and evaluation of
August 28, 2018

Care to Learn Podcast Episode 3: Zoe Youl

In this episode of the Care to Learn Podcast Zoe Youl, Nurse Planner and Event Education Manager at Ausmed Education, speaks about transitioning from clinical work to an educator role, how to plan, develop and run a successful educational event and much more… Click here to listen to episode 2
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