Novice Nurse Educators Receiving Mentoring
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The population of nurse faculty is aging, therefore, there is a significant need for replacement with expert bedside nurses that are willing to become nurse educators. The purpose of this project was to implement a mentoring program for novice nurse faculty in nursing education. This project was designed to increase retention and satisfaction of new faculty at a community college. This Kansas college is a two-year college that does not have a formal mentoring program. The faculty population affected by the mentoring program was fourteen for one semester in the 2019-2020 academic year. Results of the project concluded that mentoring has the potential to increase new faculty satisfaction and retention, but further research is needed for application to other colleges. The intended impact on society was increased retention and satisfaction of novice nurse educators.
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