Hard Work In Nursing

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Nurses contribute greatly to the stability and success of healthcare institutions and to the physical and mental wellbeing of their patients. They give their heart to each patient they care for, not only what they learn in the classroom. All these qualities I possess I believe communication is a key factor in a work place. I will communicate effectively with the patience, doctors, and fellow nurses, oral as well as written. I would also bring dedication and provide the highest quality of care of patients. I have a strong desire and willingness to help those in need, I am honest and above all. I am also a hard worker, I learnt the importance of hard work at a young age because I was raised by a strong hardworking woman.
I grew up in a small
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At age 11 I stepped up to do some of my mother’s duties while she was gone to work. I took care of my little sister who is 8 years younger than me. I cooked, cleaned, washed my uniform every day after school, before I sat down to study or do my homework, I was a brilliant study which was why I was in college at the age of 15, after doing a few semesters I was given an opportunity to come to the United States. I t was the hardest thing I have ever done, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to leave my family behind and moved to another part of the world alone but I wanted a better life for me and my family that was the main reason why I decided to leave Belize.
I moved to the United States, no money or knowledge about America I struggled for a long time so it was difficult for me to go to school and continue my journey to become a nurse but it was something I always
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A few weeks after I was in class I applied for a job at the school. I am currently employed part-time ding clerical duties, which I enjoy. I have gained many skills within my job that I believe would help me through the course and towards my future career. I regularly assist Students and the staff I work with. This job has improved my communication skills greatly and I have also become more mature and responsible. I have learned to remain calm in any stressful situation when caring for someone with additional needs and I know how and when to seek support when it is

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