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2016 STUDY EDUCATOR NURSING PROFILE DISCOVER IF YOU COULD TEACH 2 JOB SATISFACTION


We asked our study respondents if they would encourage other nurses to assume a nurse educator role. The vast majority would recommend it. Of the respondents who would not recommend being a nurse educator, none worked in a hospital setting.


97% of respondents N 1


urse.com conducted a study of its readership to help us learn more about nurse educators. Readers provided feedback on their favorite aspects of working in that role and named the top challenges they face. Readers also ranked the traits of good nurse educators.


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6% female male


WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE STUDY 94%


age 43% 36%


18-25 26-34 35-54 55-64 65+ 15%


1% 5% Source: Nurse.com 2016 Nurse Educator study 28 Visit us at NURSE.com • 2016


SAID YES


EXPLANATIONS FOR RECOM� MENDING THE SPECIALTY


“This is the greatest way of impacting future generations of nurses.”


“I can use my years of experience to educate new nurses.”


“To make certain students practice excellent patient care.”


“Wonderful to see students grow in their practice and judgment.”


EXPLANATIONS FOR NOT RECOMMENDING THE SPECIALTY


65%


have a MSN or higher level of nursing education


“Too many meetings and commit- tee work.”


“You cannot depend on other faculty or administrators to have your back.”


“Too much work; low compensation.”


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