Growing up in a household with a sister who suffers from autism, made me admire my sister’s pediatrician. She was a women who was passionate about her job, and would do whatever was necessary to make sure her patients were well. I wanted to be just like her, helping in any way possible. That is what made me become sure about being a pediatrician, the passion I felt about helping children live out their lives and pursue whatever goals they put their mind to. I looked at it like, everyone deserves a chance at life; and if I could help someone pursue their dreams, than that would make mine
Pediatric Nurse The nurse is one of the most important of the health team in caring for children. My aunt is going through everything to be a nurse and is almost there to graduate. I saw her love for nursing and everything shes been going through and her love of helping people. It changed my idea of going somewhere in life and choosing what she chose. Becoming a Nurse has been a goal of mine for several years because i love helping people.
Naomi’s passion is nursing, and the fact that she had her goals set to becoming a nurse and work at Johns Hopkins Hospital is very similar to me having my heart set on working at Mayo Clinic when I obtain my degree. Naomi’s time was spent mostly between work and her family, and that is important to me because I put my family at the center of my world, just as she does. Naomi’s passion to be a nurse is highly reflective of my passion to become a nurse as well. She is willing to go the extra mile in order to become a better nurse for her patients, and that shows that she is truly passionate about what she is doing. Naomi’s strength when working with patients who are struggling, is what I hope to be.
Education is the key to success. Many people may not agree but I’ve always believed in this slogan. It expands one's awareness and opens the door to new and better job opportunities, evolving a person successfully in life. Obtaining an Associate Degree in Nursing was the first step towards the success. It took hard work, enthusiasm, determination and devotion to become a Registered Nurse.
I have always loved medical shows and all things medical since I was a small child, which, I believe helped me determine my calling. I have always felt I should be a nurse since then because I loved helping others, especially when they were sick. Both nurses I interviewed in my research stated they felt a calling to nursing at a young age, as did I (Ranburn 2, Derringer 2). I feel the same calling and plan to pursue nursing in the future as the career of my choice. Works Cited Ranburn, Regina.
Helping others is something that is a part of who I am. Growing up I used to always love taking care of my grandmother. My grandmother was a sweet person and she always asked for me to take care of her. Taking care of her made me realize that nursing was the right career for me, With all my little cousings, I would always go and get the medicine and bandages and clean up their cut and put the medicine and a bandage on it. It made me feel real good knowing that I had taken care of them.
I am also interested in the profession because of how much I will be able to help kids. Some of the challenges concerning a pediatric nurse is that I will have to go to college for a while. I think in the end that all of my schooling, hard work, and debt will all be worth it in the end. I hope that I will be able to accomplish my dream job by becoming a pediatric nurse. There are many things that I already know about a pediatric nurse.
Having being in and out of hospital for a part of my teenage life I have been deeply inspired and touched by the multi professional team that cared for me during those years and I feel this experience has taught me to appreciate how much effort goes into a job with the NHS. Their inspiration, alongside my fascination with pregnancy, birth and postnatal care, developed into a goal of improving my health and returning to education in order to study to become a midwife. Midwifery offers individual care for pregnant women that differs from medical care, as the term midwife means ‘with woman’ I believe that as a midwife you can have a resounding impact on a woman’s’ life in aiding her through this period in her life. After having to drop out
Every child gets asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and I was no exception. I always knew I had a passion for helping people and remember role-playing with my siblings that I was their nurse curing them of a sickness or pain. As a child, I could imagine myself wearing scrubs and having my stethoscope around my neck. The healthcare profession has always fascinated me. I have chosen a nursing career for many reasons, which include: the personal joy I receive in helping others, making a difference in the lives of my patients, and the experience and knowledge I would gain on a daily bases.
The American Nurses Association defines nursing as, “Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life.” I strongly believe I was born for the nursing profession. Caring for others has been embedded in my soul. Over the years I have ignored my calling and pursued Accounting, but my inner soul would not allowed me to continue in this profession. I love to interact with people and providing a helping hand to those in need as always brought some form of gratification to my life. My decision to become a nurse was greatly influenced by my beautiful mother.