Giving medication, going to appointments and, listening to doctors who were specialists in internal medicine and rheumatology increased my knowledge and education at a very young age. This experience led me to look into the NP program because I found my curiosity and interest in helping my mother with her chronic illness, motivation to pursue a nursing degree. In addition, Professors of Lakeview College of Nursing have motivated me to continue my education. They have expressed how important it is to continue to learn and provide the highest level of expertise in nursing. I have mentors who have graduated from Indiana Wesleyan who have provided me with ample information about their incredible exper... ... middle of paper ... ...ty does not have to be a negative factor in their future.
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.
Portfolio Synthesis Paper Nursing school has been a journey where I have done and learned new things. It hasn’t always been easy for me during these last few years in nursing, but I pushed myself to do my best and get the most out of my education. There is a lot to reflect on as there has been many different things that I have experienced that have shaped the nursing student I am today. I took the process of being in nursing school step by step and building up my confidence each step of the way. With this portfolio synthesis, I will reflect on how I met the program outcomes in my nursing education and reflect on the artifacts that embodied my accomplishments in the nursing program.
I anticipate learning more about these processes from a pharmacology perspective in the future. Upon graduation, I started working for a biotech company specializing in female reproductive physiology. As part of a scientific team, I played an important in the foundation stages of research and development... ... middle of paper ... ...college years. Aside from developing confidence and leadership skills, I was able to help my fellow students succeed. Time spent educating and helping fellow students locate and apply for scholarships helped shape, change and direct my life to serve humanity.
I would like to combine some of my plan A with my plan B because I would like to teach as a Nurse. As I study hard to become a nurse, I would like to teach future nurses the importance of fundamentals of nursing. In other words, if I cannot become a nursing teacher I would like to become a grade school teacher. I will enjoy teaching sciences that would help the elementary children minds grow. Experiments are fun and exciting and also helpful to anyone’s
The career of my dreams is to be a pediatric nurse. You know how as a kid you say that when you grow up you are going to be a teacher, doctor, or a construction worker. Well not me I have always wanted to be a nurse, but about three or four years ago I decided that I wanted to be a pediatric nurse. The reason why I decided on being a pediatric nurse is because I love kids and I want to help make sure that children feel good each and everyday. I am also interested in the profession because of how much I will be able to help kids.
About halfway through my junior year I learned that I wanted to be a Nurse Practitioner. My teacher was talking about the different levels of nursing and it just caught my eye. I knew that I wanted to be a nurse practitioner and I wanted to help a lot of people in any way that I could, and I realized that I could help more people by being a nurse practitioner than just an LPN. I set my mind to becoming on and I most definitely plan on going onto school until I reach my Nurse Practitioners, and maybe even further on. I also figured out what I wanted out of my life.
I would never want to stop improving as a parent or a wife, so why stop advancing in my career? I always want to be ready to care for anyone who needs me. As I graduated from one of the top 10 universities in U.S; I gained great experiences in ancient university. This opportunity shaped my personality and role as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). Being an Acute Pediatric Practice Nurse had been a dream for me since, I observed that caring for children begins from infancy and There is a lot to learn about the patient from their families.
I’ve always loved helping others in my life, and I want to continue to do it for the rest of my life. I chose to become a nurse when I was a freshman in high school. I ended up going to my local vocational school, Mid East, for their Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program. I went there my junior and my senior year of high school. It wasn’t an easy 2 years of my life, because I was always studying or doing homework.
As previously mentioned, becoming a nurse has always been a goal of mine. Throughout high school, I got the opportunity to narrow down exactly what I wanted to do in the medical field by taking nursing classes and participating in clinical rotations. I received my CNA license at the end of the course and through learning many beneficial life skills and nursing techniques, I realized during that time I wanted to go beyond CNA work, and that the nursing field was where God was leading me. Everyone defines success differently. To some people, success could be the simplest task being completed, or a major life goal being achieved.