What I learned after six months as a nurse lecturer
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What I learned after six months as a nurse lecturer

Claire Blake Assistant lecturer, University in the West Midlands

Tips on making the transition from clinical practice to nurse academia, including managing imposter syndrome

I have been an assistant lecturer in nursing at a university for six months, teaching the leadership module for first-year nursing students in all fields. The main sessions I teach are sexual health and diversity and inclusion, which has a focus on caring for transgender patients. I create the content for and deliver these sessions to nursing students.

Primary Health Care. 33, 5, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/phc.33.5.18.s7

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