Nursing Professor Recognized With "Outstanding Nurse Educator Award"
Nebraska Wesleyan University nursing professor Jeri Brandt has been honored by the Nebraska Nurses Association with the organization's "Outstanding Nurse Educator Award."
Brandt — who has taught at Nebraska Wesleyan since 1990 — was recognized during the Nebraska Nurses Association (NNA) state convention, held October 14 in Kearney, Neb.
The award is presented annually to a nurse based on their achievements in the primary role of an educator. The award goes to an individual directly involved in patient education, nursing education, continuing education and staff development.
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