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Why There’s a Shortage of Nurse Educators, and Why That’s a Problem

Observations from a nursing professor

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Covid-19 has upended our local, national, and global communities. Facing down the destruction requires enormous dedication, and we’re seeing the highest quality of nursing care lead the charge at clinics and hospitals.




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Normajean Colby PhD, RN, CNE, CPN

Normajean Colby PhD, RN, CNE, CPN

Normajean Colby, PhD, RN, CNE, CPN, is an Associate Professor of nursing at Widener University.

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