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.
He believed it to be his “biggest setback of [his] journey,” (pg 187?). While he was lucky to be sick for such a short time, Shepard still couldn’t afford to miss work. Worse circumstances are a reality to others fighting for this prosperity. There are so many devoted dreamers falling into despair as they admit the impossibility of leaping
We should be grateful for all the experienced doctors and medical teams in hospitals. They help bring new babies into the world and work to help people have a healthy and long life. Doctors are the ones that bring us hope when we are seriously ill and help us recover. They truly deserve our thanks and
Once I started reading the Ghost Boy, I couldn’t stop. Not only because it was related somehow to something I have seen but because it was interesting and a deeply moving story. The one thing that surprised me the most was how a healthy 12-year-old boy that stated with a sore throat got so sick to the point of not being able to move. As easy as it sounds, it amazes me how incredible the human body is but at the same time how vulnerable it can be. We are undoubtedly responsible for keeping our body healthy if it is within our reach.
Morrie’s father spent long nights at work and did not show much affection towards Morrie and his brother. But then, Morrie’s father met a woman named Eva, and she made everything better for Morrie. She cared and gave lots of towards Morrie and his brother. Morrie came to realize that caring for others is very important in
I knew from the first call I went on that I wanted to do something similar to this for the rest of my life. My involvement with JFRD changed my whole outlook on my life and made me decide that pediatric nursing and firefighting would fulfill a lifelong passion of mine. I have come to value the lives of each and every person I come into contact with and see them as an individual with a unique story. My greatest motivation to serve others as a future firefighter and nurse was meeting my mentor, Captain Mark Stewart. Captain Stewart taught me to be the person I am today.
However, more than any of these qualities, I believe that it is my experiences in life, which have shaped me into the person I am today that play a key factor for me to become a valuable asset to the medical school. My interest in medicine had begun with my enjoyment of science. Throughout both my years in high school and my first year of university, my experiences with science have taught me many important lessons, both in science and in life, which have helped me grow as a person. Along with my love for science, I also have a great interest in arts, which enables me to express myself, and empathize with
That is how I initially begun picking this major. Second, Another reason made me pick this major is that I feel inside of me that I can do something useful for humanity by this job, I have the feeling that I can probably add something to this career. I am always wishing to wear the white coat and be called by doctor, it is not just a dream, it is my life for me. I believe I have the ability to deal with patients and help them. Medicine has many branches and field, personally I love dealing with eyes and vision.
However, it is slightly different from these. I am passionate about helping other people. Any person with a passion wants to spend as much time as possible doing it because it is something they love, however not everyone has the chance to do so. I feel blessed to say that I had the opportunity to contribute to my passion during this gap year by working as a volunteer in a children’s hospital in Moscow. I worked with children of all ages - from 1 to 14 years, with various diseases and causes for their hospital stay.
I have always, like my dad, wanted to major in something in the medical field. Another reason why I want to become a nurse practitioner is that I have always had a passion about helping others. With this job I can communicate with the patients in their times of intense physical and mental sufferings. For example, If my patients are scared of getting a surgery, I could educate them that surgery is not always a bad choice. I would explain the procedure of the operation in a way that they could fully comprehend.