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Successful transition from expert nurse to novice educator? Expert educator its about you


, : Successful transition from expert nurse to novice educator? Expert educator its about you.

This article provides a successful methodology designed and systematically utilized for nursing faculty orientation to enhance faculty retention and support faculty transitioning from clinical practice to educator role. The Core Competencies of Nurse Educators was used as the framework to provide knowledge and skills needed to prepare new faculty for the role responsibilities.

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