It taught me that it’s okay to advocate for a patient and insist they get the respect and care they deserve. I also learned that it’s okay to get involved emotionally with the patient as we become family sometimes. We as the nurse should strive to make an impact in our patient’s lives as well as their family members. Majority of the time we are caring for and see the patient at their most vulnerable time. You may not always feel like you’re making a huge impact in a patient’s life but sometimes the smallest things make the biggest
One day, after failing an exam, I went to see if I should drop the class. The professor told me I could still receive a C in the class and still get into a good nursing school. I do not think she understands how much she motivated me to pass. After I left her office, I became dedicated to anatomy. I studied at the library everyday determined to pass.
I decided to develop a career in nursing due to the exceptional FCC that I have received at the BC Children 's Hospital as a patient. The HCPs treated me and my family with respect, actively listened to and addressed my concerns and incorporated my family into my care. The concepts of the PCC were introduced to me in nursing school and I was passionate about PCC and have tried to implement relevant concepts while having my clinical practicum in adult acute care settings. I found that due to the high patients to nurse ratio and the inadequate time management skill I possessed, it was challenging to build a good rapport with patients and provide individualized PCC to them. The concept of FCC was introduced to me as the standard of pediatric health care during the preparation course of this preceptorship and it immediately drew my attention.
Being messenger of Good Faith is a characteristic that I found very appealing. This is the kind of nurse I hope to be. I want to be there for my patients with my faith during the hardest times. Also I want to help them understands that God is wonderful and he is always present among us. Question 2: Have you ever had a concrete situation
My family is very supportive towards my career goals, which is to become a Register Nurse so I can help people around the world, and one day make an organization to help people whom also struggle. Helping others will make myself proud as well, because I know how it feels to have moments where people struggle and sometimes it’s hard to move on from all the struggles, but in life you have to stay motivated through the hardest
Mama thinks I’m crazy and she kicked me out. My vicious thoughts towards my father grew over time. Now I know it sounds weird to go to college for nursing and have vicious thoughts, but ever since I was a little kid, I didn’t want toddlers or babies to have to live through the thought of monsters hurting things you love. Age 22 I had lost my thoughts back when I was a sophomore in college. My college years are over and I’m trying to get in to a hospital to start working a real job.
I chose the nursing profession because I have a desire to help and care for people. It is an honorable and humbling career that I am passionate about doing the rest of my life. Nurses are the healthcare professionals most intertwined with patient care, giving the important role of caregiver, teacher, and continuous student. Everyday brings a new opportunity and
I have a love for mankind, as well as an intellectual aptitude for the related subject areas. I am sure that I can make a valuable contribution in a much broader way, such as the rewarding process of bringing a smile to the face of anyone, when I become an nurse. With much focus and determination, my goal is to specialise as a lactation nurse. I have much experience of working within the travel and hospitality industry for the last twenty years; I have worked and studied in the Transport and travel industry (Airline and Travel), however, recently I have been sincerely considering a change of career path. After thinking about my skills and what I would like to do, it is my opinion that I would be better suited in a profession, which I think is more rewarding and beneficial to society.
Module 1 Discussion Nursing was my second professional career choice. Originally, I was going to school for business, but marriage and kids prevent me from finishing my education. Shortly afterwards, I started working in sales, eventually owned a few business along the way, due to the economy I returned to the work force. Although interested in returning to college, I was unsure which field to pursue. It was during a time my mother was in the hospital gravely ill, that made me realized what I wanted do.