Nurse Faculty Interview

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Essay #: 057207
Total text length is 6,460 characters (approximately 4.5 pages).

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Nurse Faculty Interview
This paper presents a semi-structured first-person interview with the former dean of the College of Nursing at Niagara University, Dolores Bower, R.N., Ph.D. As part of the interview, two open-ended questions were posed: What was your role, and what preparation did you require for that role? The interview statements will be compared and contrasted with findings in peer-reviewed literature on the perceived role of nurse educators and college administrators.
Dr. Bower served as dean of the Niagara University College of Nursing from 1996 to 2005, and prior to that, she served as associate dean and tenured professor at Akron University’s College of Nursing, a large urban university. She has over 35 total years in...
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