Personal Statement For Child Nursing

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Ever since I was a young girl, Nursing has always been an area for which I have had a passion. As far back as I can remember, whenever someone asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, my response was to be a children’s nurse and to help others. Child nursing is a very challenging and demanding course, however the rewards would make it all worth it, and I am ready to embark on this career path. I have observed the devotion and humanity of child nurses who go further than just treating young patients; they genuinely wanted to make them happy and as comfortable as possible in difficult times. I found this very inspiring, and it is the main reason why I am immensely inspired to train in this field in order to be in a position to make a lasting difference in the lives of young people who depend on us.
Paediatric Nursing is such a diverse, challenging and worthwhile career that I really believe this is the right course for me. This career path suits people who are practical, conscientious, and reliable and who find it easy to establish good, trusting relationships with new people. I possess all these skills in addition to a genuine desire to help people who need it the most. The role of the nurse is
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My course of study helped me to develop qualities such as dedication, intuitive, reassuring, practising active listening, and communication skills, and being confident when handling stressful situations. In addition to this, I also learnt to be reliable, trusting, and able to develop and keep relationships, be compassionate, motivated, ambitious and hardworking. I believe these qualities make me an ideal candidate, and I am confident that I will develop further knowledge, skills and abilities, over the 3 years of study, whilst working to the highest
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