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Clinical Nurse Educators in an academic setting with three years of professional nursing and either a graduate degree in nursing education or a baccalaureate nursing degree and two years of academic teaching in the last five years.
The (CNE cl) review course is designed to provide a review of content related to the test blueprint. This course is designed to facilitate learning for potential candidates and to allow the candidates to recognize areas where additional attention may be necessary. The academic clinical nurse educator may have a variety of titles depending on the classification used by the specific nursing education program (e.g., clinical faculty, part-time faulty, adjunct faculty, clinical instructor, or preceptor)
Clinical Nurse Educators in an academic setting with three years of professional nursing and either a graduate degree in nursing education or a baccalaureate nursing degree and two years of academic teaching in the last five years
For answers to questions about the eligibility requirements and completed details, please check the National League of Nursing website.
Click here to view the NLN Faculty Certification Eligibility Criteria
Mary Smith, MSN, RN, CNE
Participants will be able to apply knowledge gained from this course to help study for the Certified Academic Clinical Nurse Educator examination.
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