It’s essential that nurses show care to the patients. Care, it’s an important part of being a n. As there are many types of nursing: ER nurses, Cardiac Nurses, Neonatal nursing, clinical nurses, and surgical nurses. Each of these nurses care about their patients in different ways. They care emotionally different to, they have different responsibilities. All of these nurses care in different ways, but the one thing all of these nurses have in common is that they care for their patients, like they would care for their own families.
Being a nurse I can picture myself bandaging wounds and taking care of my patients. Nurses are very efficient and organized people as well as intelligent. They supervise other nurses in their field and they hold knowledge not on the human nobody but also on medications and pharmaceuticals. Most nurses are employed in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, walk in clinics, schools, prisons and other places where medical assistance is required. I am very interested in this career because I enjoy helping people and I feel like nurses are some of the most genuine people and I would love to be a part of that.
They are helpful for caring and helping others through nursing. The great thing about nurses is they're there for you and can help with whatever the need may be. Many nurses also help you recover from illness, injury, or help you regain independence to do your daily activities. Although it's still tough because there's not enough people helping and caring for the people who need their help. Why can't nurses recruit more people into our people to stay in the nursing career?
The Art of Caring Avery Hall Emporia State University The Art of Caring Caring is the biggest aspect in the nursing field. Aspiring nurses choose to become nurses because they want to care for people in ways that most professions cannot do. Without caring nursing would not be the field it is today. The culture of caring involves intervening programs that help to build caring behaviors among nurses. As nurses become stressed and become down on their life it has shown that caring for oneself before others is key in caring for patients.
Nurses play an important role in the health care team. Excellent communication skills are one of the most important tools a nurse can provide to the family members of a patient. As the patient’s advocate, the nurses need to act as the patient’s voice and prot... ... middle of paper ... ...ers that can teach the nurses coping mechanisms. APNs also act as the advocate for both the patients and the nurses in health care settings. Caring for dying child can be a frightening experience for a nurse, as well as for the parents of the patient.
During a recent job at a nursing home, I became conscious of the qualities that I bear in which I can contribute to as a nurse. Skills such as compassion and empathy are a few of the pivotal building blocks that a nurse should possess when engaging in the nursing community. If a patient is experiencing an excruciating amount of pain and suffering, I have the aptitude to alleviate some of the discomfort, becoming a shoulder to lean on in a time of need. Furthermore, being adept and time-efficient is another reason why I am qualified to become a nurse. Taking precise care of a multitude of people is time consuming and it is vital that a person can manage their time sufficiently to be able to administer patients.
These abilities help nurses provide the best patient care and support for their families and the best support to doctors and other healthcare specialists involved in the care of the patients. RN responsibilities are different depending on what you know or were taught but often include patient care, advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), acute care, case management, and treatment planning. Besides medical skills that can be learned through a nursing program, nurses must also have a blend of known taught skills such as active listening, critical thinking, social skills, and decision making skills are all very important for nurses. "Registered nurses have numerous job duties that put them in the forefront of the medical field. They not only provide patient care but also help educate patients and their families about health care and specific situations."
A nurse observes, assess, and records symptoms in patients. RNs not only medicate but they create plans for recovery and instruct people on how to take steps to improve and maintain their health. They even hold group discussions sometimes instructing family on how to deliver proper health care to relatives. Nurses are very valued in the health care system because it is there job to help heal, cure, and provide comfort without surgical tools. Nurses have to create an environment that promotes healthy recovery for their patients.
During college a lot of classes are need to help further your education in becoming a nurse. The classes need to be taken in college are, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, other social or behavioral sciences. Also most people don’t realize this but taking some extra writing courses could probably help you in the long run. Nurses do a lot of research for their job. Most nursing careers require a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing, an associate’s degree in nursing or a diploma from an approved nursing program.
I was young and scared, but she was reassuring, because she made me feel as if I had my own mother taking care of me. She was the reason I wanted to become a nurse, because I wanted to make others feel the way she made me feel. My personal definition of nursing is encompassed within that one nurse. A nurse should be loving, compassionate, dependable, competent, empathic, responsible, joyful and comforting (just to name a few). A nurse not only cares for the physical aspect of the patient but the mind and spirit as well.