My top interest at school is The Academy of Health Professions. This rigorous program gives classroom instructions, hands on laboratory, and clinical experience. As a class of 17 students, we volunteer at the local clinical to get experience as Certified Nursing Assistants. Every other class, I take the role of an adult for 2 hours and become a CNA. I provide my patients with oral care, bathing, feeding, and changing linen.
I am attending Colorado Christian University to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I started my medical career as a Combat Medic in the US Army. Since then I have become a Registered Medical Assistant and a Registered Phlebotomy Technician. I now work in a dialysis clinic and soon will be a Certified Dialysis Technician too. I decided to become a nurse because I feel I am capable of achiving it.
Heather Souder Mrs. White 12A Career Paper First Draft 13 February 2018 The Amazing Career of A Nursing Assistant Choose a job you love going to. Not a job you are dreading to go to. I have choice nursing assistant because I love helping people. Making people feel better makes me happy.
Helping and doing things for people is something I have always enjoyed, and I believe nursing combines these perfectly. I have always liked working with kids and for that reason, I want to be a Neonatal Nurse. A lot of people think that a Neonatal Nurse just has the responsibility of receiving the newborn and feeding it. Even though at times this might be true a Neonatal Nurse has other roles. A Nurse has to track the heartbeat of the babies, check breathing and make sure their respiratory system works.
There are many people who find it more satisfying to enhance the lives and to help other. People with same deliberation can become a certified nursing assistant and can start a new career. This will open the new future doors for you. To become a nursing assistant, you need a few weeks training and after that training you will be writing a certification exam. Once you have passed the exam, you will get the certificate.
I wanted to help people, and it made it ten times better that I loved the work as well. I went on to take Health Science II my sophomore year which also earned me the CTE Scholar award, along with some of my classmates. After that year with Mrs. Pelz I took an advanced class called Nursing Fundamentals. This was an even better year, we went to nursing homes and performed CNA work and to the hospital to work with actual nurses. In this class I studied hard and got my CNA.
I have work as a certified nursing assistant in the surgery unit and we have already implemented most if not all these patient safety measures. As a nurse, I will continue to practice and perform these safety measure that I have learned from my colleagues. Any patient that enters my unit will be asked to identify themselves. Patient will be asked to say their name and date of birth, while I make sure that their information is accurate on their arm band. Next step in the process, is to attain a medical history, from their current medication, health history and any allergies.
I attended nursing school and earned an LPN license, but I was determined to get my BSN. I knew nursing school would not be cheap, so I looked for a job as a patient care tech in a hospital. I knew I wanted to work someday in a hospital. I found a job on a pediatric floor and fell in love with my new job. This floor also has a special hall just for cancer patients.
For over fifteen years I have enjoyed being an LPN. Working in nursing homes taught me to how to patience and how to use my knowledge to help my patients to the best of my ability. My time as an alcohol and drug rehabilitation nurse helped me to appreciate the courage it takes to admit to a problem, ask for help and the strength it takes to work to get better. Working in a hospital taught me to how to work in a fast paced setting while keeping my sanity intact.
It always has given me great joy helping others to be happy or feel better about themselves in any way possible. So it made sense for me to go into college as a Nursing major. My mom has always been a huge inspiration in my life, so it made sense to me to strive to be a nurse just like her.
I have wanted to go into the health care field for as long as I can remember. My mom is a register nurse and I always wanted to be just like her. It always fascinated me learning about the body and how it works. I love to help people, love getting to do something new everyday, and I love a fast paced environment. Making a difference in people 's lives makes a person feel so good and being a nurse I could do that everyday!
Personal Philosophy of Nursing Personal Philosophy of Person Nursing has not always been my first choice as a career. I started college not knowing what I wanted to be. For the first two semesters of my college life, my major was undecided. I just couldn’t decide which career would be the best option for me.
Nursing At 21 and with only one year of medical assisting experience. I figure it was an okay job. After all, I was getting paid more than minimum wage. Initially going into a trade school for fast pace and expensive learning that is what I wanted more money in little time requirement.
It has always been my passion to care for people. I would like to take my passion for nursing to a higher educational and professional level. My career goal and dream is to become a nurse practitioner for geriatric patients with an emphasis in palliative/hospice care. Through the years, I have been able to make advances toward my dream. While in my undergraduate career, I chose the field of Social Work because I felt a desire to help people.