Becoming a Nurse Educator Can Be Personally Rewarding
Don't think that just because you make a "terrible patient", that you cannot be a fantastic Nurse Educator! While you may not like receiving certain medical treatments and procedures, you can be like Theresa Katz from Henrietta, New York, and become an active, professional, and happy Nurse Educator: a personally rewarding job in nursing. Further, if you are like Teresa Katz, you too can change your career, no matter how old you are, and become a Nurse Educator; you can receive hands on training and be working in the healthcare field in as little as three years time.
Theresa, otherwise known as Terri, was personally motivated to begin her Nurse Educator studies because she is a person that wanted to implement change in the current health care system. Terri decided, to take a proactive role in society and to make a difference; particularly for patients that need attentive care and that get lost in the healthcare system. After taking a three year course at St James School of Nursing, located in Hornell, New York, Terri, the mother of two, began her Nurse Educator career and hasn't had any regrets in changing her career from her former 17 year position as a hairdresser whatsoever! As a Nurse Educator, Terri gets to help bring both patients and health care staff closer together, and to improve how patients are treated and cared for by the hospital staff where she now works. Despite the fact that Terri doesn't necessarily care for getting shots or having needles used to draw her blood, she still makes an excellent addition to the current list of existing health care professionals.
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