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...is further defines my own meaning of being a register nurse.
I have not only had positive experiences with UW health care system through my 3 clinical rotations at UW Hospital, but also heard wonderful remarks about the UW residency program. The nursing staffs here are amazing teachers and great role models. I would love the opportunity to learn more from them. I believe this residency program will greatly expand on my knowledge base, allowing me to practice with confidence and to provide consistent and excellent care for my patients. It will also help me transition into the nursing healthcare field smoothly. In addition, I believe that an employer who is willing to take the time and resources to ensure proper training so that the employee feels confident and supported in the workplace is an employer that I would want to plant roots down with and grow professionally.
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