There are many careers in the field. But I choose to be a pediatric nurse. There are many reasons to why I picked this as my career. I love working with infants, I like helping with others, and a career as a nurse pays very well. I really want to be this because my mother is a nurse.
Kailee Katt There are many reasons why I have chosen to pursue a profession in healthcare, mainly because I enjoy helping others, I am very personable, and I like to make an impact on the lives of others. However, the primary reason why I want to become a nurse is because of past influences. My mother, and both grandmothers have all been in the medical field as nurses, but the one person who has had the most influence on me, is my doctor, Chris Chapman. He is like a grandfather to me, and truly has had an impact on my life. He has been my doctor for as long as I can remember, due to my mother being his nurse.
I have been in the medical field for many years and have decided to take advantage and pursue my degree in nursing. I worked in Emergency Department as EMT because I like to work at a fast pace environment and meet different people every day. I want to be able to help people when they are in need of an emergency, and I want to help save people’s lives and make a difference in this world. My spare time usually consists of homework, me being in school, spending movie nights with my wife and gym. I 'm taking this English course in order to learn how to reinforce my writing skills not only for the college courses that I am taking now and plan on taking and will take in the future, but also for nursing purposes once I receive my degree.
I have been fortunate enough to have been able to major in the field of health sciences as an undergraduate. Now, I would like to continue my education and concentrate a career in nursing. My lifelong dream has been to help and take care of others. Volunteering at Health Central during my high school years really aided me in believing that it was possible to fulfill my dream. The ability to be there for someone in need and build a level of trust is important for any field but more importantly for the medical field.
I first acknowledged the importance of healthcare and my desire to study nursing years ago when I started working at a medical clinic. Although I spent most of my time filing patients’ notes and other documents, I learned a lot by listening. This simple act had a complementary effect that enhanced my strategic-thinking skills and my ability to communicate. By working alongside nurses and practitioners, I discovered that with these acquired listening skills and the appropriate medical training, I could be a successful nurse.
The part that interests me most is helping others and making them better. I believe I will be successful at it because I have very good bedside manner. I have helped my close family and friends when they were sick, injured, or cut. My family has introduced me to many different aspects of the medical field, have worked closely with a few nurses, and taken a couple courses based on nursing to further my experience.
A registered nurse saves a life almost daily. I love helping people and if I hold the degree of a RN I could do just that. I have always wanted to know what it was like to be in the field around so many different people and different cultures concerned about the lives of others more than I am are concerned about my own. I wonder what it is like working long shifts with people that have had a bad day, and will I be able to conduct myself in a way that does not affect my job. The first place that I looked
With many years’ experience as a registered nurse, I find that continuing my education will allow me to thrive in my career. My critical thinking skills has allowed me to carry out positive patient outcomes as well as, respecting patient’s ethics and values.
I am a soon to be graduate, and I’m passionate about the path that I have chosen for my education and career. I have chosen to pursue a career in nursing because I’m interested in the medical field and its ever-changing nature. I am confident that I will be successful in this career because I believe nursing is in my blood, as my mother and grandma are both nurses. I thrive on challenges and have excellent time management skills, which are characteristics that I will depend on in order to be successful in college and beyond.
Through my career as a healthcare provider, I have always done my best when I see individuals who struggle with mental illness. If there is a way to support them in learning how to live the life I have found, I will help them find
Having experienced many difficulties with my pregnancies, childbirth and now as mother of two and enjoying motherhood from a patient’s perspective, I am aware of the valuable contribution that professionals in the health care industry make in alleviating not just the medical and physical problems that may occur, but also in offering guidance and comfort on a psychological level. I possess a caring and compassionate manner. I have a strong and commitment. I am good at listening. I have a love for mankind, as well as an intellectual aptitude for the related subject areas.
Over the past couple of years, I have been giving a great deal of thought as to what I want to do and who I want to be in the future. Ever since I was five, I always knew I wanted to be in the medical field. Being in the medical field and helping other people is my passion. Recently, I have considered becoming a Registered Nurse. My skills and interest reflect those of a Registered Nurse and I have what it takes to be an exceptional Nurse.
For example my high school classes and my job. My classes consist of A.P chemistry and advanced math, which is highly beneficial for nursing. Chemistry is essential for nursing because it is important to get a basic understanding on how thing become the way they are. My current job I work for as a caretaker; taking care of residents. My job consists of checking their blood, taking their temperature, giving baths, giving medication, cooking, keeping them company, and making sure they are satisfied.
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?
I can’t think of anything more rewarding that I’d enjoy doing besides helping people in need. I believe being a respiratory therapist would be good for me, as I would be good for this field as well. I truly believe I’m everything that is required of this field, people-oriented, dependable, flexible, honest, compassionate, hardworking and willing to learn. I always pictured myself working in a hospital setting. When it comes to something I want to do the rest of my life, I want to feel and know what I’m doing is something important.