It’s not an easy job but I know i can do it an stick through it. When I’m sick goes to the doctor or hospital I always ask my nurse what she’s doing next because i want to know and I know I will be doing it soon. If people didn’t want to be or do the career than how will people feel
It is a long process to become a Pediatric Oncologist, but with the dedication and drive that I have been wanting to become one, it won 't be that difficult. I think when wanting to become an Oncologist, you must have the pride in yourself and in wanting to succeed and strive for better. The reason why I would want to become a Pediatric Oncologist, is because my family background has a lot of cancer. Which means that it is genetic. My aunt was previously diagnosed with Breast Cancer, they were able to detect it on its dormant stage, which means the cancer is slowed down or asleep.
At first I was thinking of being a pediatrician, but while I was out completing a day of job shadowing I soon discovered that being a pediatric nurse was the best fit for me. I desire the vast amounts of patient interaction and the chance to be the nurse that provides a calming effect on a child that is facing a very stressful medical situation. I aspired to work in the position that provided me with the most face-to-face time with patient and my research showed that most physicians spent less than twenty minutes with each of their patients (statista.com). I also have a goal of continuing my education to become a nurse practitioner. From my career choice I think that it is quite easy to see that one of my top interests is children.
I have taken multiple action to make sure I try to live on her legacy. She was a nurse for many years, so to honor this I am going to medical school to become a doctor and help everyone that I can the way she would want me to. Also I am becoming a NAR to help people who are in pain just the way she was in the end of her life. I try to live my everyday in a way that would make her proud even though she was taken from this earth to soon doesn’t mean I can’t try to carry her influence through the world. A woman like my grandma is a once in a lifetime person.
Even though, the patient did not want to have the surgery, it was due to the pressure from her daughter that she wanted to go for it. My goal was to provide compassionate and therapeutic care, looking at the patient holistically, providing comfort to the patient, and analyzing patient response to treatment. Once I recognized that the family needs help in making informed decision, I provided them with resources who can help them, and communicated with our health care provider about the family’s willingness to see palliative care team. The other theoretical frame work used is the comfort theory by Katherine Kolcaba. According to Kolcaba (as cited in currentnursing.com, 2011) describes comfort as existing in three forms: relief, ease and transcendence.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists Uncovered Choosing a career can be difficult especially when you have always been indecisive with most of the decisions in your life. I have always changed my mind regarding what I want to do when I grow up. I even worked a minimum wage job, which I knew would have no benefit for my future, for five years because I still did not know what I wanted to do with my life. Until I had to go to the hospital because I had been in a car accident. My back was in severe pain, but the nurses helped keep me at ease.
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 .
As I got older the questions always got more about college and less about curiosity. I remember a particular nurse that made me realize this is what i wanted, that I wanted to be a nurse. I was at my regular check up, it was time for me to get my vaccinations. My regular nurse wasn 't able to give me them so they had another nurse give me them instead. The only problem was my regular nurse knew i would start crying if she wasn 't
There are a lot of classes in high school and college you’ll have to pay special attention to. Suzanne Lefever explained ”I definitely enjoyed my science classes, particularly anatomy and physiology, and understanding the way the body is created and functions, and what goes wrong with diseases. The clinical courses in nursing are the real highlight, and also being able to focus on a particular area such as medical surgical nursing, intensive care, psychiatric, and pediatrics.” While in high school it’d be a good idea to volunteer at a hospital. First, you must become a RN which requires a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Next, you must be certified in Neonatal Resuscitation and/or Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing.Typically, hospitals require that you work at least one year in a clinic before moving on to a hospital setting.
When I was 15, I had scoliosis surgery to fix my two curves in my spine. Through my experience of having surgery and the nurses that took care of me while I was in the hospital for a week, and the bonded I formed with was what inspired me to be nurse. Also, through my school in a our Health Science Program I got the privilege to go to a hospital every other morning and shadow nurse and doctors. I believe my will to do anything for my patients for them to get better would make me a successful nurse, and I want to form bonds with my patients like my nurse did with me while I was recovering from surgery.
Ultimately, I simply want to help patients and their loved ones affected by cancer. I want something positive to come from my father’s death. So after much research and consideration, I have decided to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse (ADN). Although, becoming an RN will take longer and increase my responsibilities, it will also provide a higher salary and ultimately a more rewarding career. Becoming a Registered Nurse will allow me to work more closely with cancer patients and be more involved in their care.
This essay appeals to the reader 's emotions, especially if the reader has cancer, or has someone close to them in their life who is battling cancer. I thought the author’s attitude was appropriate when discussing her life, and she presented her claim in a unique way. She put a new view into the reader’s mind of how to cope with cancer, and how to become a new person because of your disease. She concludes the memoir stating how she is bald again, and dreams of having her long, wavy hair back, but for now she will focus on her new hair tattoo. I think this is a perfect representation of how to cope with cancer, and how to transform into a new person for the better because of
After I graduate I plan on going into the nursing program and getting my Bachelors as an RN. After my brother had his accident I feel the need to help out and return the favor to hospitals and maybe someday I will be a nurse who saves a loved one 's life and nurses them back to their healthy selves. Becoming a nurse does have its sad times but at the end of the day I would know I tried my hardest and gave it my all to help everyone that I
I am working hard to achieve the best I can. I feel I have the necessary skills needed to succeed at university and push my ambitions even further to the limit whilst achieving success in future years. This will in turn help me gain a good job in the Health and Social Care sector which is always my main goal in life. In my previous working experience, which I have been employed privately to look after an elderly women for two and half years in the north London area, where I was responsible for her general safety and personal hygiene, including preparing her food, shopping and washing up. Unfortunately, her condition had become worst, and she was required to attend the hospital, when I was no longer needed to provide my services I decided to follow in pursuit my lifetime ambition to become a professional in the sector of Health and Social Care.
Unlike Jill, her mother was there every step of the way to nurse her back to good health. Many people who suffers any kind of health issues or accidents may not be so lucky to go home and recover well. It takes lots of motivation and dedication from others to completely heal. After reading this book, it paved the way of understanding the different areas of the brain affected after a stroke. The different OT Jill required during therapy treatments with the maximum assistants because the Broca’s of the brain was affected during her stroke.