Maria being a stay at home mother allowed care for Hannah as her focus, taking care of herself last. That selflessness is something only a mother 's love could consist of. Throughout Hannah 's short life she taught her community the meaning of making the most out of life, as a response the community gave her love in return. Hannah learned and taught people to make the best out of situation as a three-year old in the hospital setting. Most importantly, she taught her parents the importance of family and love.
My personal goal is simply to be successful, and I don't mean money but to be happy with myself and what I have been able to accomplish. Whatever I choose to do I simply want to enjoy it, to be good at it, and to continue bettering myself. Becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner is my goal and I know in some few years to come I would have a Phd degree in nursing. I would like to help, be a huge part and play a role of success in the nursing field. Working for a major children's hospital has always been my dream and making a difference within the hospital would be my ideal goal of professional success.
Explain your interest in joining Phi Delta Epsilon-MA Alpha Chapter. * I want to join Phi Delta Epsilon because it would provide me the chance to build lifelong connections and gain networking opportunities. Most importantly, I see myself forming a bond with other members, studying and sharing memories of what it’s like to be a premedical student at UMass Boston. The ability to connect, strive for success and learning from others with the same goal to attend medical school is what I’m truly seeking as a hopeful applicant of PhiDE. Joining the fraternity is the beginning phase of my strenuous road to become a successful physician.
Interview Narrative Imagine being in hospital room with a patient in critical condition, only minutes to live and you hear the flat line. Madelynn Varnado is faced with this possibility each day. Today we got personal insight on the life of a doctor in training. Madelynn Varnado is a former French Settlement High School graduate, she took time out of her very busy schedule to come to our 7th hour English 1 class for a interview by out students. Madelynn had always wanted be a doctor since she was little.
“Thank you for taking care of me at the hospital,” she barely uttered, as tears of liquid silver trickled down her cheeks. I watched from afar, as I realized that even though the nurse may have thought her contribution made no difference to the world, they made all the difference in the woman’s world. Every contribution, from the biggest to the smallest, played a part in changing people's lives. By volunteering at this clinic, I created packages that informed families about the importance of vaccines. I also checked the height and weight of children, which gave the parents, and nurse an indication of the child's growth.
Nursing was never a choice I had thoroughly thought about to become my career in the future. However, when I had the chance to work as a Certified Nurse Assistant, that was my definition or the image I had with a nurse. Nursing seems like a nice job, especially when being able to talk with the patients one on one and having more time than a physician to know the patient. The Host, Takisha, was an RN who graduated from Michigan State University. I loved the way she greeted each of her patients with a smile
There needs to be new techniques in developing cures and care plans, especially treatment that are unique to each individuals’ needs. As a University of Wisconsin-Madison student, I will take advantage of various research opportunities. My goal is to become a midwife nurse for that reason I want to do research on the reproductive system. I also want to find different ways to improve women’s health overall. I plan to take full advantage of the university’s
As graduation approaches, I continue to look forward in starting my journey in nursing. By graduating high school with my Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), this allows me to have a jumpstart on my career. I will continue to try my best at everything until my goals have been accomplished, just like Angie did. Both myself and Angie has numerous similarities in the career of nursing, including what motivated us, why we wanted to go into it, and how it has affected our lifestyles. Nursing requires human beings
I trust that my philosophy of nursing will have a positive impact on my clients as my goal is to consistently provide competent, safe nursing care to all which is culturally safe. As I enter my final semester of nursing, I look forward to new nursing opportunities and to apply my nursing philosophy with each new experience. My goal as a nurse is to grow and learn each day, knowing that each day will provide me with new knowledge making me a better nurse than the day before, and becoming a better nurse the following day than the previous day. Nursing is an exciting, fulfilling, and respected profession which I am very fortunate to be a part of and look forward to the journey
It has always been my passion to care for people. I would like to take my passion for nursing to a higher educational and professional level. My career goal and dream is to become a nurse practitioner for geriatric patients with an emphasis in palliative/hospice care. Through the years, I have been able to make advances toward my dream. While in my undergraduate career, I chose the field of Social Work because I felt a desire to help people.
Knowing that I could be there for the many people who need medical attention and for their families would be extremely fulfilling. The medical field is ever changing; I am certain it will progress vastly in the years to come. I am highly interested in obtaining a degree and advance in my education as much as possible. My goal is to be accepted into a college that will give me the education I need to prosper in the forefront of medical and patient
The most important reason why I belong to this field is because ever since a child I always wanted to make a positive influence in peoples lives. As I was growing up and visited my mother hometown it has greatly influenced my desire to care for people such as to make people not experience pain. All throughout my life, I see all different kinds of people in poverty, may it be infants, children, elderly people and even disabled people. When my mother was pregnant there was no hospital, not even a nurse, my mother had me without anesthesia. She suffered through pain just like my aunts did, during labor.
I consider myself a diligent, enthusiastic student, eager to meet challenges and quick to assimilate concepts, as I excel in the classroom as well as outside of it, which is why I’m sure I would extremely benefit from the EMSAP program, I’m confident this program will provide me the experience of an academic preparation that will help me obtain acceptance into medical school; not only would I personally benefit from the academic advising and mentoring but I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the EMSAP program to gain acceptance into the University of Texas Medical Branch at
These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences. The familiarity that these courses will provide me with related medical school courses will aid me in acclimating to medical school more efficiently, and to perform at a superb academic level. Attending a medical school that is community-focused and that is service-oriented is what makes Morehouse a uniquely good fit. Morehouse will be gaining a student that is unquestionably passionate about medicine, highly motivated and ambitious, and that will take full advantage of utilizing all of his resources to succeed in medical
Purpose and Goals Statement The Ohio State University Graduate College of Nursing Christina M Sanchez As a little girl, all of my art projects and writing assignments were full of ambitious promises to cure the sick of all their ailments. Watching my mother care for my ill grandmother, who lived with us when I was young, ignited my passion to help those in need. It then became my fierce determination to make an immediate difference in the quality of life for others. I could not wait to start. I began volunteering as a candy striper at the age of fourteen, rotating through nearly every department in the hospital.