My Philosophies Of My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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A philosophy is an important thing to have. For whatever career path you intend on going, a philosophy can help you to stay on path that lines up with your goals. In this paper, I am going to share with you my simple philosophy to nursing. After that, I’m going to examine some of my strengths that I believe are in line with this philosophy as well as then examine a few of my weaknesses. Finally, I will talk a little about where I believe the best setting for my philosophy. My philosophy of nursing is simple: We do our best to fix broken people in an efficient, timely, and compassionate manner. People come in with some kind of issue and we as quickly, most direct, and most compassionate and ethical way possible. That’s it. It might sound like a way too simple or overly idealized way of thinking, but I don’t believe you need to complicate what…show more content…
My experience as a Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force Security Forces has given me many positive qualities. I am a very good leader but I also am an excellent follower if I need to be. Over the course of my career I found that I can work well with others as well as on my own. There were several years I spent as a Desk Sergeant which required that I be able to work well in an environment that is tense and dynamic and was absolutely essential to be able to multitask. I have all these abilities and traits as well as things like the ability to adapt and overcome, delegate responsibilities, make decisions, be a supervisor, and understand that some actions have very real consequences. Another quality I possess that I think will serve me well in the nursing field is that I really enjoy fixing broken things. Half the appliances in my house have been broken at some point but are still in working order because I got into its guts and fixed the problem. I also enjoy problem solving. All these attribute are the foundation of my philosophy of
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