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    Completing my Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) has been one of my goals after I graduated from my Associate Degree in Nursing, and I said one of my goals because my ultimate goal is to become an Advance Practice Registered Nurse. It is the first time I am taking classes online and all my efforts will be in turn this journey into a positive experience to achieve my goals. One of the biggest challenge is to overcome the lack of time between my family and my work, but it is essential for my career

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    When one makes the decision to attend nursing school, there is a vast amount of information that needs to be considered before beginning the trek through education. From entry-level degrees such as the Associate Degree in Nursing (RN or ADN), the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN), to the advanced practice degrees, Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN), and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). All of these degrees have scopes of practice that pertain to their specific education (McEwen, Bridgette

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    greatest desire has been to pursue a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (Adult) in a bid to make my dream a reality. I love to describe myself as a zealous individual who always strives towards being the best in what I do. Therefore, I am a hardworking, determined, dedicated, and resilient individual who has the ability to perfectly adapt to new environments and surroundings. For years now, I have always engaged in activities aimed at sharpening my nursing skills. As a result, I have always ensured that

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    Nursing advancements available with a BSN (Bachelors of Science in Nursing) vs. an ADN (Associates of Science in Nursing) are wide and varied as the field of nursing itself. There is truly a niche for every nurse, it just takes a little research. Because it’s hard to know what you’ve never been exposed to. A few of the fields accessible with a BSN, but limited or unavailable to those with an associates or certificate of Registered Nursing are Clinical Nurse Leader, Informatics Nurse, Gerontological

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    Personal Statement on Pursuing Bachelors of Science Nursing Degree Ohio University School of Nursing Personal Statement on Pursuing Bachelors of Science Nursing Degree At the tender age of 4 years old, I always dreamed of becoming a nurse. What attracted me to the nursing profession was a desire to be a caregiver. Being a nurse for 7 years has been rewarding and very challenging at times. I was not aware how to be a nurse until I became the patient. During my stay in the hospital, my personal

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    On October 12th 2016, I had the wonderful opportunity to tour Richmond General Hospital as part of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Langara College. My clinical educator and group of eight peers were introduced to the many different disciplines associated with health care. The goal of this experience was to orientate nursing students to their future line of work. During this tour, we were introduced to various diagnostic-imaging techniques like X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans

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    Associates Degree or Bachelors Degree of Nursing In today’s world of healthcare, a nurse can either have a bachelor’s degree or an associate’s degree in nursing. The question is: which one better prepares the student in today’s world of healthcare? Each degree, once completed, allows the student to sit for the NCLEX, an exam that tests the student of technical knowledge and the minimal knowledge necessary for safe nursing practice (Education for Entry Into Practice: An Ethical Perspective). How

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    is possible in vocational education and training, universities of applied sciences and in universities. In vocational education and training there´s possible to study the basic examination in social and health care which degree is practical nurse. Students have a possibility to choose one training program which is rehabilitation, children´s and youth care and education, mental health and substance abuse, welfare work, nursing and care, care for the disabled and care for the elderly. (Ministry of Education

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    Creating the Professional Nurse

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    Professional Nurse Nursing encompasses several levels of education and licensure. For decades the differentiation between these levels has been debated, primarily between the differentiation of the Associates degree in Nursing (ADN) and the Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing (BSN). The associate’s degree, which began with the intention of creating a technical nurse, has developed into being “equivalent” to a bachelors degree (Hess, 1996). The two degrees however are not equivalent, the bachelors educated

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    Essay On Becoming A Nurse

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    The definition of a Nurse according to Webster’s dictionary (2015) is, “a person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in the hospital”. Nurses come in different degrees and experience. The most common nurses seen in nursing homes, hospitals, and medical offices are Certified Nurse Assistants, Registered Nurses, and a Nurse Anesthesias. In this field, nurses deal with every type of patient that comes through the hospital or office doors. These are the people patients talk to and see

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