My studies of Bachelor Degree in nursing will provide the knowledge I need to be successful in my nursing career. In my previous experience in college, I learned basic knowledge and the necessary skills to work in a healthcare environment as a nurse. A nurse has a lot of specialties, each with its own challenges and achievements. For example, while I was in my internships for registered nurse, I discovered that I love to work with elderly people. Then, I choose to work in home health care, to provide professional and emotional support for those who care for us for many years and now need our understanding, love, and excellent patient care.
The decision weighed heavily on me because I wanted to make sure that I chose a job that was both fulfilling and interesting to me. I want my future career to contribute to my ultimate “meaning”, and I believe I have finally found something worthwhile. I have chosen nursing as my profession because I want to combine my fascination with the medical field and my desire to change the lives of people. I am hoping that my education will help prepare me to live a life of meaning. My decision to major in nursing was finalized during my junior and senior year of high school when I was fortunate enough to get to volunteer at The Arbors Nursing Home.
My courses and experience has empowered, and has reinforced my determination to pursue a career as a nurse. I am eager and excited about starting nursing school, and having my dream which started as a young girl to come full circle. I am convinced I am a good candidate because I have the innate drive to complete the program. I am willing to learn and use those skills and knowledge acquired to provide something meaningful to the society and humanity. I have the personal determination to face the challenges and rigors of nursing school.
I am a clinical nurse educator and am very passionate about teaching. I would support QSEN as a nurse and as an educator. In future, I would seek out volunteer opportunities and attend conferences offered by QSEN to improve quality and safety education for current and future nurses. Nursing Excellence is very prominent at my hospital. We have the Center of Nursing Excellence that promotes shared leadership, exemplary practice, teamwork, creative innovations, and professional development.
Introduction In this paper I will discuss how preceptors and educational leaders have contributed to my nursing career and many others. The mentors who have the most influence on nurses are those that stick with the nurses and help give them the motivation they need to move through obstacles. In the first few paragraphs, I will discuss my personal experience with a mentor and the characteristics they possessed that were beneficial to me. Mentors have become a great influence in my career and many others. In the last section of this paper, I will discuss some of my personal experiences in example and support why I value the characteristics by referring back to peer reviewed articles.
Before I started the interview, I explained to my aunt that the purpose of the interview was to evaluate the material that I learned in class such as bioethics and healthcare therapeutic communication, and how it relates to current nursing practice in a clinical setting. One of the first questions I asked my aunt was if she had encountered any ethical dilemmas or issues that she faced in her practice. S... ... middle of paper ... ...upted my aunt while she was speaking, not because I was rude, I was just excited to hear about the experiences in the nursing profession. A few changes that I would make to the interview would be to calm myself down before the interview so I wouldn’t be as nervous, and I would not interrupt when my aunt was talking. All in all, after gathering information from my textbooks, classroom activities, and the nurse I interviewed I was able to construct my own definition of nursing.
At that time, I thought caring was the main thing for a nurse. I have further developed the professional identity through my nursing education. In this assignment,
Professional Development Plan Student: Brigitte Satterwhite@walden.edu Student ID # A00737782 Program: Masters in Nursing Specialization: Nursing Walden University September 30, 2017 Professional Development Plan Part 1: Professional Goals Professional Introduction Because I have always wanted to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner, I chose Walden to provide the opportunity for this to occur. I want to continue to work with in the community healthcare field when I become a nurse practitioner. I have a strong work ethic, I work well with teams, and I want to be part of an institution that develops strong students, who will make the world a better place. I have spent numerous hours mentoring my colleagues in the areas
Fairfield University is also recognized in the community for culminating excellent nurses via its rigorous program and broad clinical experiences. I currently work with several Fairfield alumnae, and see prime examples of how committed and skilled they are as professionals. I would be proud to be a Fairfield graduate. I believe I am a strong candidate for advanced doctorate study in nursing. My work experience, education and personal desire to help others have instilled in me qualities that promote professionalism, life-long learning, and a desire for quality care.
Giving medication, going to appointments and, listening to doctors who were specialists in internal medicine and rheumatology increased my knowledge and education at a very young age. This experience led me to look into the NP program because I found my curiosity and interest in helping my mother with her chronic illness, motivation to pursue a nursing degree. In addition, Professors of Lakeview College of Nursing have motivated me to continue my education. They have expressed how important it is to continue to learn and provide the highest level of expertise in nursing. I have mentors who have graduated from Indiana Wesleyan who have provided me with ample information about their incredible exper... ... middle of paper ... ...ty does not have to be a negative factor in their future.