Choice of Nursing I chose nursing as a career because I knew it was my calling. I have the desire to help and care for people who are in need and this was what drew me into this profession. Being a nurse gives me that rewarding feeling, knowing that I’ve made a positive difference in my patient’s life. I love interacting with people and nursing gives me that chance to do it every day. With nursing, I have so many options and specialties to choose from.
I am passionate about advocacy. As a nurse and officer, I must often advocate for my patients and the soldiers who serve under my leadership because I recognize keeping them at the center will improve overall outcomes, satisfaction and morale. Despite the challenges and push back I may encounter as an advocate, it is my responsibility to the patient and soldier. The competencies acquired with this specialty will mature my advocacy. Additionally, I will be
I have different options that are available, including these nursing diplomas, associate degrees or bachelor’s degrees. As an aspiring and future licensed Registered Nurse dedicated to the mission of compassionate patient care, I feel that I am excellent and I can become an RN. I'm a hard-working, energetic, and highly skilled, and confident that I am prepared to provide the quality of care that Heritage Inn of Sandersville is known for. Beyond my skill in safely administering medications, monitoring vital signs, bedside care, and pain management expert , I am a passionate advocate for my patients. My comforting approach to educating patients and loved ones about health-related issues creates a positive environment that lifts patient's spirits, even in challenging circumstances.
When my mom had surgery I would change the gauze pads and just be so interested in everything that had to do with medicine. I 've always had a passion in helping people, being challenged, and making a difference in people 's lives which I intend to do forever. The next step was figuring
These projects gave me an indescribable experience, as a participant, in the discovery process and a newfound appreciation for medical research. As an aspiring future physician, I want to enhance upon the efforts I demonstrated in college by merging the principles I will learn in medicine alongside with those that I have attained in Costa Rica and India. My mission is to change lives. I am not a superhero; I am but one person who believes that the needs of the less fortunate must not be overlooked.
As an aspired nurse practitioner, I plan to pursue my education through graduate school and eventually, serve my community as a healthcare professional. My interest in nursing began
Professional vigilance is the essence of caring in nursing. This article uses historical and theoretical bases to define professional vigilance and discuss its components. Two types of nursing diagnoses, central and surveillance, are proposed. Central diagnoses indicate the need for the nurse to plan and implement interventions for the achievement of outcomes. North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA)-approved diagnoses fall in this category.
I thought that this would be a great way to develop a better understanding of the career and what it takes to care for others. The STNA classes I completed to receive certification and the work as a patient aid that followed helped me confirm that I was making the right choice with respect to my career choice. I worked as a personal care aid in an assisted living home to gain knowledge and experience and I am extremely grateful for that opportunity. Working in the health care field provided a chance to care for the elderly and watch nurses do their jobs. I saw at first-hand the impact of diseases including, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, but more importantly, I witnessed the impact of empathy and good care had on a patient and their families.
I firmly believe that an educated and empowered nurse provides the best nursing care at all times. Similarly, I would carry out numerous research projects in the field of nursing to determine the primary causes of common illness. It is indeed prudent to note that achieving all these things requires the support of all the stakeholders in the nursing
We need doctor that are caring, approachable, concerned, kind, enthusiastic, humanistic, ethical, dedicated, emphatic but also open minded, creative and brave. Although all this attributes are very difficult to find in a single person as we are often very limited, the key is in trying always to be better as doctors and human beings. It is all well sum up by Carl Wilhelm Hermann Nothnage, l as he once said “All knowledge attains its ethical value and its human significance only by the human sense with which it is employed. Only a good man can be a great physician”
I am incredibly curious, capable, and passionate when it comes to the fields of science and medicine. I can only imagine myself operating in a profession where I get to make direct, tangible contributions to people and bettering their lives. My identity is first and foremost defined by my faith as a Seventh Day Adventist, and second by my family and community. The Loma Linda PA Program can allow me to become the embodiment of all that I value: a highly-trained medical professional that can use her faith and medical training to consistently serve their community with compassion and
Morehouse School of Medicine is an appealing option for pursuing my medical education. When reading Morehouse’s mission statement, improving the health and well-being of individuals and communities grasped my attention. My clinical experiences revolve around communities that are underserved, and sharing the same mission as Morehouse is key to becoming the physician I aspire to be. One of the things that stood out to me about Morehouse is the student run Good Samaritan Health Center. I am very interested about being involved with God Samaritan, because it is akin to the Siloam Family Health Center that I volunteer at, and it is an embodiment of Morehouse’s mission.
Internal medicine physicians with whom I have worked have demonstrated for me the importance of compassionate patient care, a broad understanding of health issues, to take my decisions independently and the ability to treat the whole patient. I am applying to your program because I am confident that it can provide me with what I am looking for in a program - advanced medical technologies, knowledge-driven environment, research opportunities and most importantly diversity in residents, where I get a chance to build life-long friendships with my colleagues. While I know I cannot predict the future, 5 years from now my goal is to continue my training with a cardiology fellowship, though I am willing to consider other fellowships as well depending on my exposure. I truly believe that your program will help me become a fantastic physician. I feel I am ready to work for it and earn it, no matter what specialty I ultimately decide to
In addition, exposure to wide variety of casework and early operational exposure to optimize experience in the operating room is important. I would also be very interested in pursuing research to complement my clinical training, especially given my strong background and experience in research. I am confident that your excellent attending clinicians will support me as I pursue becoming a skilled surgeon, a teacher, and most importantly, a life-long