I think that by being responsible, well organized, respectful, and punctual, I can achieve my goals for this society. The Spanish Honor Society can benefit me by carving a new path of responsibility that can help me have a more propitious future. I feel that it is paramount to respect my peers and my leaders. Respect is something that I value a lot and always have. I have always had respect towards my fellow classmates and the leaders that try to teach me new things.
My first activity was sitting in the bed board meeting. This takes place every morning with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), departments nurse managers, departments charge nurses, house supervisor, wound care nurse, Infectious Disease (ID) and social services. The purpose for this meetings is to address important information to plan the day. Some of the information that was mention was: How many patients are admitted at this time, open beds, pending discharges, foley telemetry, central lines, sitters, and inmates. Once the CNO receives information from each unit, he then set goals to be achieve.
I am truly honored to be considered for being a part of The national honor Society. Being a part of this organization has been a goal for me since I first knew about what it was, and how it does great things for the community. I am inspired when I hear the great actions it national honor Society has done and I hope to be a part of this admirable organization. I feel I am qualified to be a part of this organization because of my dedication and hard work. Every day I follow the same routine.
Personal Philosophy of Nursing in Practice (All information in this case study has been altered to protect the patient 's identity.) Student nurse Michelle and her preceptor are assigned to 89 year old Mrs. Chan who has just been admitted onto the medical unit for a urinary tract infection. Mrs. Chan speaks minimal English, and has her daughters with her to translate throughout the day shift, and to have a day of celebration for the Lunar New Year. Upon morning assessment, Mrs. Chan 's vital signs were stable, except for her blood pressure which was a little higher than normal. Mrs. Chan 's daughters asked to be told what their mother 's blood pressure was every morning, as they liked to keep track.
1.0 INTRODUCTION I was qualified as trained nurse about 10 years ago. I have been working in pediatrics ward, outpatient department and lastly in the operating theatre (OT). Currently, I am working in Obstetrics and Gynecology (O&G) ward after getting midwifery courses. As one of the senior trained staff nurse with midwifery, one of my responsibilities to orientated and guided new trained nurses who are posted into our unit. Mentoring is a complex term but as in health profession, it is a voluntary professional relationship between a mentor and mentee.
[Read also: 7 Tips to Help You Survive Your First Year of Nursing] Master the Art of Nursing One Task at a Time Delegation is a core concept in nursing, and much like the other learned skills, success will improve over time. Continue to work towards excellence and improving communication and teamwork and in due time, delegation mastery will be achieved. Just as Florence Nightingale said: "Nursing is an art, and if it is to be made an art, it requires as exclusive a devotion, as hard a preparation, as any painter 's or sculptor 's work; for what is the having to do with dead canvas or cold marble, compared with having to do with the living body - the temple of God 's spirit? It is one of the Fine Arts; I had almost said the finest of the Fine Arts" or I can remove the spiritual reference as to not convey a religious preference as reflective of the
It will improve their happiness level if they accomplish something great. Everyone should set goals for themselves because they motivate people, they can increase the likelihood of success, and they allow people to feel better about themselves. My three goals that I am focusing on are about faith, academics and ballet. These three goals will help me improve a big part of my life. Goals help people into believing that they can do something important in their life.
For this meeting Donna and I discussed the topic of aging well. We discussed our views on what aging well meant to us and how to achieve a successful life. I also performed a SPICE assessment as well as a Mini Nutrition Assessment (MNA) on Donna and we discussed different intervention to approach potential difficulties. Since it was our first official meeting after the introduction, Donna and I had a conversation to continue to get to know each other as well to further our trusting relationship. Through our discussion, I was able to learn more about Donna as well as gather a further background on her as well as her quality of life and how she improves it.
I currently volunteer at Trinity River Mission (TRM) and Clements Hospital. At TRM, I teach children how to read and write while mentoring them in a way. Going there about two times a month, I always exit out happier than when I came in because it is very joyful to see that what I’m doing is helping this kid become a better version of himself. Realizing that I’m helping these children take the first step to success as I teach them something that will benefit them throughout life. At the Clements Hospital, I usually deliver food to the patients for two hours in the morning about five to seven times in a month.
Relationships with family and others are the most powerful source of happiness in life. We should allocate our time and energy appropriately for both career and family. Moreover, creating clear culture will guide career and family life to go in the right direction. Also, humility will help us to see the world widely and improve ourselves faster. All in all, I believe that balancing happiness for both career and relationship with family is a successful
Moreover, I have grown to become a charismatic, strong, courageous, brave, and optimistic young adult that can and will insinuate a difference in society. I wish to inspire people one day and hopefully stir up some deep emotions that reminds them about the finer aspects of life. With my best foot forward, I am dedicated, if given the chance, to taking advantage of all the resources and opportunities that Montclair State University has to offer me, all while keeping other people’s best interest in mind as well while doing
Making a difference in people 's lives makes a person feel so good and being a nurse I could do that everyday! In my opinion, this makes me a good candidate for the healthcare field! I plan to enroll in the nursing program at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND and graduate with my Bachelors of Science in nursing. This is my plan because I know a BSN is a little longer than an RN but it will benefit me in the long run if I want