School of Nursing
College of Health and Human Services
Current Issues in Supervision: Cultivating Adjunct Nursing Faculty for Clinical Supervision
A common practice in nursing programs is the use of expert clinical practicing nurses in the clinical setting to educate and prepare future novice nurses for entry into professional nursing practice. Nursing programs struggle to maintain consistent clinical adjunct nursing faculty members to instruct nursing students in the clinical environment to support program goals. Nursing programs can utilize a number of strategies to cultivate clinical adjunct nursing faculty in nursing education.