Get to know Nurse Educator Guylund Y. Mapes, who serves patients within Kaiser Permanente and Clark College and Pioneer Pacific.
Guylund Y. Mapes is a nurse educator with Kaiser Permanente and Clark College and Pioneer Pacific. She has been practicing as a nurse from 1988, giving her over three decades of experience in her field. She holds expertise as both an educator and as an Addition specialist.
Guylund completed her undergraduate degree with a Bachelor of Science from Ashland University in 1972. She then graduated with her Associate Degree in Nursing from Mt. Hood Community College in 1988. Furthering her education she graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oregon Health & Science University in 1998. She then earned her Master of Science in Nurse from Washington State University in 2005.
In 1988, she was awarded the American Cancer Society Student Nurse Fellowship. To stay up to date in her field, she stays up to date with her favorite publications, such as Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, American Journal of Nursing, and The Nursing Magazine.
Guylund chose a career in nursing due to her thirst for knowledge, thinking outside of the box and her supportive partner.
A nurse educator is a former or current nurse that either formally teaches at a nursing school or acts as a trainer in a health care facility. Nurse educators may teach in both clinical and classroom settings.
Learn More about Guylund Y. Mapes:
Through her online profile, https://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4143442/info/