Why Great Nurse Educators Matter

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Lecture Overview

Whether you are thinking of moving into an educator role, are new to this space, or have been in nursing education longer than some of your staff have been alive, this introductory session will look at the current climate, challenges, and opportunities that exist for Great Nurse Educators.

Educators

Portrait of Michelle Girdler
Michelle Girdler

Michelle is currently the nursing director for practice development in the Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA. She has been in clinical education and practice development since 2005. Prior to this, her roles included nurse unit manager emergency, after hours nurse manager, and clinical nurse. She has a background in emergency nursing, cardiology, and orthopaedics. Michelle has completed a Master of Nursing and has teaching qualifications and a clinical teaching graduate diploma. Michelle has presented at national and international conferences, has published academic papers, and has both practical and clinical skill sets. Michelle is the current national president of the Australian Nurse Teachers Society (ANTS) and a standing member of the Coalition of National Nursing & Midwifery Organisations Council (CoNNMO). One of Michelle’s many areas of interest is focused on facilitating growth and development of nurses of all levels, to achieve safe care environments that promote person-centred care. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD20m of CPD
First Published15 January 2018
Updated15 January 2018
Expires
13 December 2020
Topics
Education
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