Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences at Post University Shares Insights to Becoming a Health Educator

nurse in blue scrubs making a heart with her pink stethoscope

If you’re looking to make a difference in the world and have a positive impact on other’s health, a career in health education can be a very rewarding choice. 

Quoted in a recent article in All Psychology Schools, Kim Nerud, PhD, dean of the American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Post University, explains the many benefits to becoming a health educator.  

To learn more about becoming a health educator and the education needed, read the full article on All Psychology Schools


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