Essay On Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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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. I wanted to do something that I do often or have been doing throughout my life time. I wanted a career that encouraged the beliefs and values that I highly followed. During the summer of 2013, I took my sibling with major disabilities to the Emergency room. The first person that came running to help us was a nurse. The nurse recognized immediately what was wrong and did the best she could to help my sister breath. Right there is when I realized what I wanted to be for the rest of my life. I wanted to be that hero that came running to help us. As time was passing by and I was waiting in the emergency room, I had all these thoughts running through my mind. This was the moment that I had figured out what I wanted to do in my life. Nursing was the perfect career for me because helping others is something that I love…show more content…
Those who work in the health care and in our communities, would be part of the environment. We come in contact with everyone around us from very young to very old age. Within the environment we help those who are faced with some medical condition that has stopped them from doing their daily activities. It is our job as nurses to help those who are at risk of developing any type of condition as much as possible. We help the community by educating them on disease preventions and annual screenings. We also inform them of what they are eligible to get through their insurance companies and help them get the best care possible according to policies and procedures. We follow protocols of hospitals on the limit of thing that are done and share with the

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