My goal is to exhibit the use of my critical thinking skills throughout assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care (ADPIE). Much of the nursing school courses specially medical- Surgery centered around evidenced based which now I can see how to relate them into capstone course and eventually helping me to pass NCLEX. Culture Growth & Development Discuss the relevance of personal developmental stage and culture to career planning: As an US immigrant and near future patient advocate, I think on... ... middle of paper ... ... should be involved with the patient care along other health care members, to increase my learning beside benefiting the patients. If a nurse comes to work to exclusively do the job, the environment not favorable, and non-productive, and there will be no development and growth. For this reason, my plan is to constantly be involved in care of assigned patients, with the health care team.
Committing myself to lifelong learning is my second goal. Nurses need to cultivate and internalize a passion for learning throughout their careers, which provides a foundation for excellence in practice. I would like to become a Critical Care nurse since I work as a Health Technician in the ICU at the VA Hospital –Madison. I love taking care of people at their sickest. The intensity of the care and challenges presented at the job excite and motivate me.
Growing up I enjoyed doing service projects in my community and through college I have found a love for short term service trips including Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Belize, and twice to different areas of Michigan, one of which I was a co-leader in helping to plan. Service trips and service work is something I love and I want to continue to help and build on what I have already accomplished in serving my community. It is my desire to be a lifelong learner to help me serve people and my community to the best of my ability. It is my honest belief that through my goals of continually learning, leading, and serving others that as a nurse I will be able to provide the best patient-centered care possible for my
I currently have three professional goals. The first is to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree specializing in nursing education. Once I have graduated with this degree I hope to obtain a position working in this field teaching undergraduate nursing students. As an instructor I also hope to be a great mentor. A great mentor is someone who a student feels comfortable with as they learn and confident in the instructor’s guidance as they learn the world of nursing.
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
I am a licensed practice nurse who is compassionate, competent, and displays empathy for all my patients. My personal and professional experiences help me contribute to clients’ recovery and wellness which gives me a sense of pride that strengthens my commitment to this profession. I enjoy making people feel better and that is what drove me to this profession and is currently driving me to further my career in the nursing field. I am currently pursuing a degree as a registered nurse at Gwinnett Technical College. I believe this degree will help me to furthering my career, which will allow me to expand my passion to care for the sick and ill.
It will assist more nurses to pursue higher level of education. Another important issue which the report discussed is that to prepare the RNs to be ready to practice in the transformed health care system, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing should focus on examining the registered nurse in the competencies skill on community health, public health, primary care, care of elderly population
It has been my dream job since my tender age. Seeing nurses visiting my school treating students, immunisation, teaching us about health and sexual health issues, this encouraged me. My goal and desire at that age have been to help people within the Health sector. That is how; I decided to go to college where I am currently doing my Access to Higher Education Diploma (Science), which involves Biology and Chemistry. I chose this pathway because I want to gain the relevant skills and knowledge of my career to be.
Evolving Practice of Nursing and Patient care Delivery models. In the nursing practice, the obligations of tasks of nurses are going to be affected by the changes in the future in the United States. Because the health care system are reformed and also have to give Services that will gain the community, nurses are demanded to take on more various roles continues care. Cost effective which is centered on the patient can be provided by health clinics and medically based homes have nurse managers. In the endless and total care of the, responsible care Organizations are helping nurses to take accountability.
It comes with many challenges and stressors of every sort however, with all of its complexity my passion in caring for the people I serve comes great satisfaction. I care equally for the ill as I do for the healthy. To me illness prevention is as important as disease treatment and often find myself providing education to others such as friends, family, and of course my patients. As I continue my plans in furthering my education in completing my Bachelorette in Nursing (BSN), I will move forward in achieving my Masters in Nursing (MSN). Having achieved this will open more doors in continuing my career in Nursing Informatics (NI).