The base salary for Nurse educators ranges from $84,825 to $113,306 with an average base salary of $101,548. The total cash compensation, which includes base, and annual incentives, can vary anywhere from $84,825 to $113,332 with an average total cash compensation of $101,550.
A nurse educator is a nurse who teaches and prepares licensed practical nurses and registered nurses for entry into practice positions. They can also teach in various patient care settings to provide continuing education to licensed nursing staff.
Nurse Educators teach in graduate programs at the Master’s and doctoral level which prepare advanced practice nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators, nurse researchers, and leaders in complex healthcare and educational organizations.
General medical and surgical hospitals, where nurse educators earn on average $123,760. Psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals – with salaries of about $94,380.
How much does a Nurse Educator in the United States make? The national average salary for a Nurse Educator is $86,776 per year in the United States.
The average salary for a Nurse Educator is $77,403. Visit PayScale to research nurse educator salaries by city, experience, skill, employer, and more.
Nurse educators can earn an average yearly salary of $84,060, as reported by the BLS in 2019. Nurse educators typically work 40 hours per week, making their hourly wage…
Colleges and universities, including junior or community colleges, are the lowest paying employers for nurse educators. Nurses teaching at junior colleges earn an average of
Registered Nurse (Diabetic Educator) – US Veterans Health Administration, San Antonio, TX.
Salary $63,723 – $133,006 a year – Full-time
The Registered Nurse will serve as the Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. Directly responsible and accountable to the Chief Nurse. The RN is also responsible and accountable for maintaining required training and certification (CDCES).
- You will adhere to established policies of care and standards of practice. Conduct needs assessments and strategic planning for the Person with Diabetes (PWD) that contributes to the facility’s mission, goals, and objectives.
- Possess interpersonal relationship skills to work effectively with others, oral and written communication, and presentation skills to communicate effectively about a variety of health education issues primarily focusing on diabetes care to Veterans, employees, supervisors, management, and other stakeholders within VA and the community.
- Collaborate with a primary care diabetes educator(s) to maintain, update and manage the diabetes patient education program.
- Administer and monitor the programs, coordinate associated activities, evaluate program outcomes, redefine priorities, modify goals and implement changes in processes and/or systems.
- Provide consultation and training to clinical staff to help them understand and apply evidence-based health education interventions and skills into their interactions with Veterans and family members.
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