11 Struggles Only Nursing Professors Can Relate To

It wasn’t that long ago that I was a brand new nursing student. Now that I’m a clinical instructor, I have realized one thing: nothing has changed. The same type of students are in every class, professors are the same, the struggles are still REAL.

Excuses.
Two words: be accountable.

Wanting to stare down students who are late.students late 2
As a student, I was always scared to be late! As an instructor, we totally understand that sometimes things happen—but students who are perpetually late are annoying and disrespectful.


Trying to remember the names of a hundred different students.

It’s like a never-ending game of ‘Memory.’

Students showing up to class without necessary materials.
Nursing school is the real-deal! Students need certain (obvious) things every day when they go to class. Like their book.

Electronics here and electronics there.electronics 5

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