by Charlotte Anderson
Nursing educators often don’t get the recognition they deserve. They play a vital role in preparing the nurses who treat and help people every day. AND, the need for nurses is rising!
- Baby Boomers are retiring
- The U.S. population is aging,
- Opioid abuse has become a major issue.
But many experienced nursing educators are starting to retire, and as the need for nurses grows, we’re going to need a new generation of nurse educators to train the next best generation of nurses. To learn more about the growing need for nursing educators and how you can be one of these amazing people, take a look at this graphic from Duquesne University:
Charlotte Anderson is a part-time writer interested in healthcare. In her free time, you can find her reading her favorite novels, hiking with her dog Noodle, and keeping up with the most important news in healthcare.