(erin) Some students volunteer at local hospitals or clinics to gain more experience in the health professions. Business ability, self-discipline and the ability to deal with patients are important for success. (http://www.h... ... middle of paper ... ... and community groups and other organizations that provide outpatient services for children. (ExploreHealthCareers.org) Since you're working 60 hours a week, you can be awakened at all hours of the night or being asked to come in at irregular times to work on a patient. (http://www.healthcaresalaryonline.com/pediatrician-job-description.html) In Conclusion, Becoming a nurse has been a goal of mine for several years because i love helping people.
When I saw how much the Alzheimer patient’s daughter appreciate my care for her mother by treating my patient as I was treating someone I loved, I felt like I am working toward my goal of being a professional nurse; I can put aside my personal feeling and act professional according to what I learned in nursing school. This is the first time I took care of a patient that has Alzheimer, I didn’t know what can I do to make a difference in her life at the beginning. But by applying my learned experiences from the nursing school and by being myself, I actually achieve the goal of providing the best care as a professional nurse student to my patient. And my actions also lead to the satisfaction and happiness from her family. Nothing can make me feel more satisfied when I saw the appreciation from the patient and their family.
Nurse Anesthetist and their journey to where they are now Nurses have played an important role in medicine throughout the years. When people hear the word “nurse” they often think of the ones in the hospital given care and educating. Many people don’t think about the other branches of nursing like the nurse Anesthetist. A nurse Anesthetist has contributed a great deal in administering anesthetics for about 150 years. Nurse anesthetist have struggled with autonomy and being able to practice without being supervised by an Anesthesiologist.
My purpose for this paper is to break the silence on nursing stereotypes and to explain the real roles of the nurse. May people have experienced some form of nursing care in their lives. This is because a nurse is very important in the healthcare world. As a nurse you can work in schools, hospitals, clinics, jails, etc. The demand for nursing is high because a nurse is the functional unit for the delivery of healthcare at the patient level.
Of course, one’s experience may help educate them, but you will not always learn everything through a job, just as you cannot learn everything about nursing through school. The education and experience go hand in hand, but being prepared for a situation can help you assess a situation and make the best decision for the patient’s health. Now days, the AACN will recognize that the minimum degree a nurse should have is their BSN. They also state that a BSN is essential for the nurse that wants to Advancement for nurses with a BSN page 3 work at the C... ... middle of paper ... ...n a lot. I have been thrown into situations where I thought I could not handle it, but was able to put all my nerves aside when a BSN nurse who shared some of her knowledge with me mentored me.
Career and College Research Paper Identification and description of career The career I chose to write about is nursing because since I was a little girl I have always felt antipathy taking care of people and learning about the human anatomy. Both of my parents believe that being a registered nurse will most suit me in the future. “Being a registered nurse provides coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members” (“Summary”). This means I will be caring for patients all around the clock at many different hours of the day. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills or talents needed, salary
They not only provide patient care but also help educate patients and their families about health care and specific situations." (Nurse Journal Social Community for Nurses Worldwide). Registered nurses help tremendously for their workplace and also they do not just work at a hospital setting. Common duties handled by an RN include administering medication or
According to AMN Healthcare Ed... ... middle of paper ... ...e in Nursing and so on and so forth until Medical school. I hope through my job as a Registered Pediatric Nurse I will be able to begin to build my life, and a home for myself while continuing school. I feel like I will be able to not only achieve my goals professionally but I will be able to achieve my goals as a human to help people. In conclusion, being a nurse take a lot of responsibility, there’s so much you can be held accountable for. But, nothing is more rewarding than knowing that you are making a difference, not just to one person, but to the community as a whole.
Wise, confident, advocate, kind and ethical is the way that I define a registered nurse. Everyone thinks of a nurse in their own way with a lot of the lay public thinking a nurse is simply the doctor’s helper. However, nursing is so much more than that it is being there for you patient to provide the most holistic care within your ability. Nursing is being there for your patient in whatever needs they need met, communicating with the interdisciplinary team and helping restore them to their most optimal function both mentally and physically. According to Webster’s Dictionary a nurse is defined as, “a person who is trained to care for sick or injured people and who usually works in a hospital or doctor’s office”(Meriam-Webster,2014).
Having all the book smarts in the world is nothing if I don’t know how to put the books into action. Potential employers and potential patients need to know that I can not only recite a procedure but perform the procedure too. Family members are almost always present in patient’s rooms; they will always ask questions about what is being done to their loved ones. I need to be confident in my abilities to let them know that I can get the job done and done right. I am a certified nursing assistant and I have experience in the medical field.