How To Become A Clinical Nursing Instructor: What You Need To Know According To Best Practices

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Commencement remarks were shared by instructors Chris Miller and Desiree Knowles; administrators Megan Stiles and Shannon Lockwood; WMCA/CareerCenter employment and training business specialist Monica Millhime; Waterville Adult Education director Hannah Bard and professional development instructor Kathleen Lewia. In front, from left are Megan Stiles, administrator; Ben Tucker, Angus King representative; Kathleen Lewia, professional development instructor; Chris Miller, R.N. classroom instructor; students Jasmine Mantha, Dayanna Peavey, Katelyn Walker, Karen Willey, May Carpenter and Katelyn Henderson; Desiree Knowles, R. N. clinical instructor; Patty Shuck, R. N. director of nursing; and Shannon Lockwood, administrator. Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime Search photos available for purchase: Photo Store → A message from U.S. Sen.

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