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Writing and publishing woes?

August 10, 2017 by

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Many nurse educators face the challenges of “publish or perish” which, added to the extreme demands involved in teaching nursing itself, create stress levels that no human should endure.  Even for many who do not face the pressure to write and publish, the desire to do so is strong. Nursing, whether practiced in direct (bedside, […]

On running the tenure track: Part I

April 7, 2013 by

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As I have mentioned in a previous journal publication (Clark, 2010), the days of the tenure track process may be limited for a variety of reasons. New faculty in nursing education programs leave at alarmingly high rates (Clark, 2010), and overall in the USA the percentage of non-tenure positions in higher education continues to grow […]

Funding for Nursing Education Research: Where Is It?

April 4, 2012 by

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In conversation today, it came up that I should be seeking funding for researching the outcomes of my work with developing a holistic-caring-integral curriculum with our RN- BSN students. I have applied for nursing education research grants before, worked with the school’s grant writer, and have yet to procure funding for looking at our program […]