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Amanda Malyurek MS, RN, CNE email@example.com Nursing Instructor
A.D.N (Sheridan College, NWCCD) B.S.N. (University of Wyoming) M.S. in Nursing Education (University of Wyoming) Certified Nurse Educator (since 2010)
In my career as a nurse I’ve worked in a variety of settings and with a diverse population of patients. I’ve worked in long-term care, acute care, home-health care, and hospice. I’ve also worked in both rural and urban communities. I’ve taken care of the 80-year-old retired rancher who lives 45 miles from town, and I’ve also worked with the homeless/transient population in an urban setting. Through all my experiences and interactions with people there has always been one reoccurring phenomenon, and that is the act of caring. This not only refers to the caring I provide to my patients, but the caring I witness within families and communities towards their members. Caring is at the root of all I do as a nurse, and I carry this act of caring over into my interactions with students as a nurse educator. I enjoy supporting and playing a role in my student’s successes, and watching their transformation as they reach one of their life-goals of becoming a nurse.