Nurse Patient Educator Article on AIHCP Nurse Patient Educator Role

A very critical element in patient outcome and health is education.   Patients need to be aware of their condition and the recovery plan.  Good recovery plans and outcome management lowers readmission and also ensures the patient’s overall health and recovery.

An educated patient is more likely to be a more healthy patient.  Nurse Patient Educators play a key role in the process
An educated patient is more likely to be a more healthy patient. Nurse Patient Educators play a key role in the process

Nurse Patient Education is hence a very critical element in any hospital’s program.  Nurse Patient Educators play a pivotal role in ensuring that patients are educated and understand the ramifications of their condition and the proper care leading to full recovery.

Nurses can become certified in this field and fill these important positions in hospitals.  They can meet with patients who are being released and provide important follow up care.

Ultimately an informed patient is more likely to be a healthy patient and good education for the patient is key to that.

If you would like to learn more about Nurse Patient Educator or would like to become a certified Nurse Patient Educator then please review the program offered by AIHCP.  AIHCP offers an online program for licensed nurses to gain the necessary knowledge to fulfill the duties of a Nurse Patient Educator.

Patient education can reduce readmission and increase better outcomes.  Please review our Nurse Patient Educator Certification
Patient education can reduce readmission and increase better outcomes. Please review our Nurse Patient Educator Certification

The program is online and self paced.  The certification in Nurse Patient Education is a four year certification which has the option to be renewed.   Please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs.