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Online Resumes with "nursing educator"
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Energetic, self-starting, professional with excellent interpersonal and communicational skills.
Dedicated nurse professional with inordinate patience, empathy, and ethical comportment in education of nursing students.
Nearly 30 years clincal eperience in the Maternal/child Ireas
Ideal Companies: Hospitals Schools
Challenging job assignments with an educational element to foster growth in the nursing field, the oppertunity to further my education as a nurse educator.
RN, Nurse Educator, 11 years in nursing, 30 years overall health care experience, advanced level experience in all health care information systems/software applications. Experienced in teaching clinical, classroom, WebCT, MS Lif Meeting. Last consulting
I am seeking a long-lasting employment relationship as educator leading an energetic team. An assignment in which the above skills are not just important but can be maximized for the common good of students, educators, patients, caregivers, and other health care providers. My goal is to share my knowledge and expertise in the context of interdisciplinary care and public service.
Full or Part-time position
*Loyal employee *Manual dexterity to handle instruments quickly. *Conscientious, orderly, and emotionally stable to handle the demands of the operating room environment. *responds quickly, resourceful, creative, and is familiar with operating procedures in order to have instruments ready for surgeons without having to be told.