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By Katherine Pakieser-Reed

Every month is prefaced by means of an academic theme.
The quotations are through, for, and approximately nurse educators
365 day-by-day motivational quotations, tales, poems, and inspirational recommendations for nurse educators to assist them believe extra liked of their tricky roles
No-date layout makes this a perennial publication (perpetual daybook) so readers can begin their trip any day of the year

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Tana Durnbaugh, EdD, RN Elgin, Illinois February 13 “What the word ‘Educator’ means to me: Enthusiastic Dedicated Understanding Caring Attentive Team player Open to new ideas Respectful” –Jamie Rozelle, MS, RN, CNOR Baltimore, Maryland 23 February 14 “It’s the little things that ‘make my day’—an orientee eager to learn, a former student sharing a success, a colleague offering support for my idea. They remind me why I do the things I do. ” –Linda L. Grasmick, PhD, RN-BC Norfolk, Virginia February 15 “As we educate nurses from novice to expert, we change lives.

Schultz, MS, RN, APN/CNS, CEN Chicago, Illinois March 29 “You can never know it all. Be humble. Learn to network. Keep a memory bank of resources, personal contacts, and their expertise. ” –Araceli L. ’ and then exploring creative solutions to problems and issues that our faculty, students, and patients encounter. ” –Lisa Plowfield, PhD, RN Tallahassee, Florida March 31 “Learn how to be comfortable with silence. When you ask a question, do not hurry to fill the void in sound. ” –Katherine Pakieser-Reed, PhD, RN Grayslake, Illinois 45 Global Future of Nursing Some people believe the future of nursing practice in Latin America, and globally, should be guided by destiny.

Carol D. Schultz, MS, RN, APN/CNS, CEN Chicago, Illinois March 29 “You can never know it all. Be humble. Learn to network. Keep a memory bank of resources, personal contacts, and their expertise. ” –Araceli L. ’ and then exploring creative solutions to problems and issues that our faculty, students, and patients encounter. ” –Lisa Plowfield, PhD, RN Tallahassee, Florida March 31 “Learn how to be comfortable with silence. When you ask a question, do not hurry to fill the void in sound. ” –Katherine Pakieser-Reed, PhD, RN Grayslake, Illinois 45 Global Future of Nursing Some people believe the future of nursing practice in Latin America, and globally, should be guided by destiny.

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