Hi everyone, My name in Oscar E Hermosillo and I am from the NAU-Yuma nursing program. I have lived since I was 7 years old in a small town called Somerton which is roughly about 10-15 miles south of Yuma. My goals for future nursing practice are kind of up in the air right now. At first, I thought I wanted to start my nursing career in the Med-Surg floor. Now, I have been contemplating about getting a master’s degree in nursing and pursue a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). For that to happen I would have to start or at least have over a year of critical care experience which I would choose the ED to comply with that requirement. I have been married for 5 years, my wife and I have two beautiful children, a 6-year-old boy, and
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The career I am going to pursue will be a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. A CRNA provides anesthesia and related care before, during, and after surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic, and obstetrical procedures (BLS 1). Nurse anesthetists are also referred as advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), before a procedure begins, Nurse anesthetists discusses with a patient of any medications the patient is taking as well as any allergies or illnesses the patient may have, so that anesthesia can be safely administered. Nurse anesthetists then gives a patient the right anesthesia to put the patient to sleep so they feel no pain during surgery or any other procedures. CRNAs remain with the patient throughout a procedure to monitor vital signs and adjust
Heather, we work in very different areas of nursing. You work in critical care and I work in a postpartum unit which normally has a healthy patient population. I find nursing to be a great field to work in with seamlessly endless opportunities. Giving everyone a platform to work in an environment of their calling or passion. Do you agree?
Ever since my sophomore year of high school, I knew the medical field was the right choice for me. It wasn’t just the ability to have vast amounts of knowledge about the human body, but to be able to help people. Helping those who need it is a very rewarding idea to me. Although the school I am currently attending is not able to allow me to help people as a nurse. My decision to transfer is based fully on this programs direct entry nursing program.
I am deciding to apply to the University of Wisconsin-Madison because I am intrigued by the opportunities the university has to offer. During my time at UW-Madison I hope to participate in intramural sports, get a job, receive an excellent education, and much more. The city life offers a diverse culture and allows you to learn about and to appreciate life. As I want to be a part of the nursing program I would utilize the opportunity to work at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and to work alongside other students trying to achieve the same goal as I am.
I believe my experience working as a registered nurse for a few years before pursuing my Nurse Practitioner will allow me to experience bedside nursing and only help me become a better caregiver to my patients. With my Nurse Practitioner Degree, I plan to specialize in OBGYN, helping women of all ages, expecting mothers, and those who may need help conceiving. Lastly, another long term goal I plan to obtain is to constantly have a positive affect on my patients lives, despite where I am at in my nursing career. I plan to achieve this goal by never allowing myself to stop learning about the nursing profession so I can provide the best care possible and always allowing my passion for enriching lives of others to shine through on each patient of mine, regardless of the circumstances. Overall, I feel my strong desire for success and endless amount of ambition will help me achieve my short and long term goals in my future of becoming a
When I was a little kid I always dreamed of becoming a nurse I would always be nurses on television taking care of people and making them smile one of my biggest passion is to become a nurse. During high school I got the option to take a certified nursing assistant class throughout the class because everything that we needed to know but my teacher was not very good throughout clinicals she would only tell us stuff one time and she would never explain it we had to always figure it out by ourselves. The course was very challenging and when it came time to take our certified nursing assistant exam I felt really unprepared. Although I would always read my book and study the sections that she told us to and I would do good on my test and quizzes
I have decided to become a nurse practitioner to help aid those who are in need and be helpful to people who can only speak Spanish. Communication is key when it comes to health, therefore if I am able to personally understand a patient’s need it will lead to a higher satisfaction among Spanish-speaking patients. I have always found the health field interesting and fascinating, so I strongly feel becoming a nurse practitioner is the best for me. Volunteering at a health clinic made me experience what it is like to work with patients and confirmed it is what I want to do as a career. It feels amazing to do something good for the people in the community which is why I am excited to see what the future
I am a very goal orientated and hard working student who has a passion for helping others. I am interested in becoming a nurse because it gives me the chance to help others feel better and regain their strength. I grew up around my aunt who suffered from Breast Cancer; it was very tough to see a woman who had some much strength and energy struggle with just getting up out of bed. It hit our family hard, my aunt was the person to go to when you just needed a hug or a laugh. To see her in pain hurt everyone.
One of my most important lifetime goals is to become a CRNA. A CRNA is an advanced registered nurse who has a board certification in anesthesia. Becoming a CRNA is very hard work and requires a lot of dedication and experience. As long as I can remember, it has always been clear to me that I want a job in the medical field. As soon as I entered high school, I started taking all the “medical” and science classes, such as principles of health science, that were required in order to take a CNA program, which is a certified nursing assistant, during my senior year.
Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. This is something that I have an abundance of, which is why nursing is the career field I will be entering. In general, nurses provide care to sick individuals. Nursing is a tough profession; however, between the working conditions, education required, and salary, nursing is well worth the time and money.
My career goal is to become a surgical nurse practitioner. My first objective is to attend Pellissippi State Community College (PSCC) where I intend to become licensed as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), so that I can work during the summer months, to gain experience. Once I complete my course of study at Pellissippi, I plan to attend Tennessee Technological University’s competitive nursing program. This nursing program is the best in the state, according to my college adviser, and I look forward to the challenges of being accepted. After I graduate in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, my goal is to work in the operating room to gain additional experience, while also obtaining a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care program.
This assignment is based on a personal experience from my clinical practice at Richmond hospital, on a general surgical unit. The situation involves my experience in caring for a 62-year-old male patient, and the lessons I have gained from this significant clinical experience. To maintain confidentiality of my client, a pseudonym Mr. Chen will be used to protect the client’s anonymity. This paper will discuss the client’s background, a professional nursing standard, a reflection on my strengths and learning needs, and evaluation of outcomes to advance my knowledge for future nursing practice. Through this critical analysis and reflection of my continuing personal and professional development needs in clinical practice, I believe this will
This was around the time I was in middle school, so when I got into highschool, I already had my mind set on becoming a registered nurse. I have completed pathways and have my CPR license, sports medicine, and emergency medical responder certificates. I am also going to get my CNA license my senior year. My achievements show that I definitely want to be a registered nurse. Becoming an RN is not only challenging by the four years of schooling, but the many responsibilities too.
With almost 15 years of experience of working in an acute hospital has been rewarding for me and the benefit of showing empathy has further reinforced my desire to pursue a registered nurse degree . My love for children that are helpless and unable to take care of themselves especially during illness , has further stimulated my desire for becoming a registered nurse . The premature birth to my daughter , coupled with my work experience caring for the sick and needy people have solidified my desire to peruse a career in Registered Nursing even more . My clinical exposure has also allowed me to mature as a person . Even though working with the sick can be challenging at times , it is infinitely gratifying .