I have been in nursing for 55 years and have had a wonderful career. I have taught at several colleges, practiced in cardiovascular nursing, been a Fulbright Scholar and have been active in several nursing organizations. I was a NCLEX writer and have also written test items for NY Regents College. I have also been experienced as a nurse expert for both plaintiff and dependent lawsuits. I am an excellent teacher in that I know what concepts to emphasize and my students readily grasp what I'm ... [more]
Since I have a master's degree in nursing, I have had a number of courses in anatomy and physiology. In order to understand anatomical aberrations. one must have a grasp of normal anatomy. When teaching pathophysiology, a review of anatomy is always part of my lesson plan.
I have a master's degree in nursing and have taught many subjects to nursing students. All of those subjects encompass knowledge of physiology and its application to pathophysiology. To understand pathophysiology, one must have a solid base of normal physiology.
I have a master's degree in nursing and have been in nursing academics for 30 plus years. I have taught in the classroom and in the clinical arena and was a very effective instructor. I was also a Fulbright Scholar.
I have been in nursing academics for 30 plus years. I have a master's degree in nursing with 55 years of nursing experience. I have also written for NCLEX.