As a nurse we can make patients feel that we care about them, their health and wellbeing. We can empower them to manage their own health if we can incorporate all of these components into their care. My own personal philosophy will be a constant work of progress as I mature in my field but I will always remember how privileged I am to be able to assist people at their time of need and when they may be at their most
“These abilities are essential for today 's professional nurse who must be a skilled provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of care (AACN, 2010). My goal is to be the safest nurse I can be and deliver a high quality of care to all of my patients. I would want the same if I was the patient. I want to grow my career and achieve my nurse practioner degree. I chose UAB School of nursing to advance my education for the convenience of having all online classes and the campus being available if I need to access it.
She suggested it would be a great fit for my professional aspirations. Shadowing her and asking in depth questions to her students in the AGNP program, further affirmed my ability and commitment to compete in the rigorous curriculum. After researching the role of an AGNP and FNP, I learned that now more than ever before, there is a strong reliance on Nurse practitioners for patient care management. For these reasons, I wish to become an Adult Gerontology or Family Nurse Practitioner. I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD.
Post 1 part 3 Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Post 1 part 3 Certified Nurse Practitioner Based on Mary’s experiences and interest, I would recommend that she becomes a certified nurse practitioner (CNP). The advantage of this role is that she will directly interact with the patients and hence be of maximum benefit to them (Pierce & Belling, 2011). The position is also fulfilling since one gets to gauge their performance over time due to the direct feedback from the patients. Besides, working in this role attracts higher salary due to the high educational background and the number of tasks assigned (Naylor & Kurtzman, 2010). Aside from taking care of the patient’s therefore, Mary would be assured of a stable income
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are compassionate and driven people tasked with performing a job that requires vigilance, mental acuity and dedication to improving the provision of health care. The decision to research this career is based on the growing need for affordable health care and the CRNAs’ dedication and continual ability to meet these demands. CRNAs demonstrate intelligence, indelible work ethic and an unsurpassed desire to advocate for the patients under their care. CRNAs provide ease and peace of mind throughout the perioperative period by including patients in the discussion and formulation of anesthetic plans. Intraoperatively, CRNAs are charged with the task of providing amnesia, sedation, immobility and analgesia
The need to develop leaders out of nurse needs to happen at every level. This can be fostered with nurses feeling capable and fully empowered to provide excellent care and make changes necessary to provide ineffectual systems. Lastly, nurses need to be “at the table”, familiar to provide healthcare leadership, including develop system for medication errors, improving quality, provide better care coordination, increase access of care, and averting workforce shortages. I agree with the report’s findings and support it. When education is furthered great opportunities come.
I care about providing the best holistic healthcare I possibly can for my patients through evidence-based practice. I respect individuals’ race, socioeconomic class, gender, and sexual orientation. I work well with others and I strive to help create a good working environment where people can communicate, ask questions, learn new information, and feel respected. With this New Graduate Nurse Residency Program, I hope to be exposed to many different clinical situations. I hope to further develop my clinical leadership skills and to gain new knowledge.
My Future of Becoming a Registered Nurse Want to send your career helping those in need? A registered nurse (RN) is an awarding job since you are helping so many people and you would be proud of yourself for what you do everyday. As a registered nurse you can help people in different ways, not only physically, but mentally also. Since I was a child, I always wanted to become someone who helped someone in need. I asked my mom what career could I pursue in to help people everyday and she said a nurse, so I looked further into it and decided I would love to become a registered nurse.
Being a Cook Children’s nurse resident has been a dream of mine since I started nursing school. I feel that the nurse residency at Cook Children’s will aid in transitioning me from being a novice nurse to becoming a more confident and competent nurse. I wish to be a Cook Children/’s nurse resident because I want to take part in the preparation that is received to facilitate the shift that is needed to provide excellence in quality and safety in extraordinary care. At the completion of the nurse residency I expect to have been given to opportunity to better the charting and documenting that is necessary for each patient.
I have wanted to go into the health care field for as long as I can remember. My mom is a register nurse and I always wanted to be just like her. It always fascinated me learning about the body and how it works. I love to help people, love getting to do something new everyday, and I love a fast paced environment. Making a difference in people 's lives makes a person feel so good and being a nurse I could do that everyday!
I have unknowingly evolved into the nursing student and future registered nurse I want to become through my lived experiences; the interactions between patients and their family members, the nurses that I have worked hand in hand with, and the education I have received from my teachers, have individually helped me build my own personal set of values and beliefs to provide high-quality, patient-centered care to diverse populations with dedication and passion. To help patients meet their goals to bathe, eat, dress and be turned-what many take for granted- is emotionally rewarding and I am honored to have helped all of the patients I have helped the past three years as a hospital volunteer, clinical assistant, and a student nurse advancing in my career with a goal in becoming a registered nurse.
The role of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) in high quality health care has been identified as critical role. APRNs have a vital place in the health care system, which means students need a relevant and valuable knowledge as well as experience to improve their abilities. As a future APRN, I place high priority on life-long learning and the development of health care providers skills set. Because of my dedication to excellence and selflessness; I will improve the capabilities of any APRN or health care professional, and I will strive to understand the new disclosures can be discovered every day, and become a strong leader.
Terry I agree that the healthcare system is dynamic and that we, as healthcare providers, need to anticipate the needs of society. I think that it is great that you are already in a position where you can educate those at senior facilities, homeless shelters and schools. Your position as a wellness nurse has given you the opportunity to act on the definition of positive social change which “…results in the improvement of human and social conditions” (Walden University, 2015, para 4). This experience will definitely assist you as a future Nurse Educator.