For my career, I am going with CNA, EKG, and Phlebotomy. The reason I picked these for my career is because I like to help people. Knowing I can make a difference in the world by doing something as simple as helping a patient eat or take their blood for a blood test they need done is amazing knowing you’re the one helping them. Not many people realize how much work a nurse does for a living. We have to make sure that we don’t fall behind on work because it will mess the other nurses up.
A suitable career for my goals would be one that is rewarding. I would want my career to help people and be beneficial to the world. I would also like a career that is hands on and exciting. A CRNA career interests me because every day is different and this job is helping save lives and get patients through surgery comfortably and safely.
Funny how cliché it is for your parents to tell you as a kid, “When you grow up you 're going to be a successful Doctor or Lawyer”. My parents definitely told me that, but I paid no mind. I actually didn 't like the idea. Maybe one of the reasons was that my mother dressed me up in scrubs in the sixth grade and everyone made fun of me. Although, as time progressed and I got older I started thinking maybe a career in the medical field could be for me. After long ordeals in my head about how I didn 't want to be working at McDonalds for the rest of my life, I decided I wanted to join the medical field as a Physical Therapist. In a decade I hope to be working as a Physical Therapist, live in a two-story house, be happily married, and have a
Pediatric nursing is a great career choice because I will have the opportunity to interact with young children and help them. Also, there are many job opportunities in this field. The jobs for Pediatric Nurses are increasing over the years. It would be easy to find a good job in the field of Pediatric Nursing, while still working on improving my career. I plan to approach my career by going to college and working as a RN to gain some experience. This is a factual report because I have facts about being a pediatric nurse. My whole report has been collecting information about becoming a Pediatric Nurse. I am going to talk about how to become a pediatric nurse, the advantages, what you would do, and the flexibility of the job.
For over fifteen years I have enjoyed being an LPN. Working in nursing homes taught me to how to patience and how to use my knowledge to help my patients to the best of my ability. My time as an alcohol and drug rehabilitation nurse helped me to appreciate the courage it takes to admit to a problem, ask for help and the strength it takes to work to get better. Working in a hospital taught me to how to work in a fast paced setting while keeping my sanity intact.
I agree with you that a nurse need to have entry level of CNA experience. You will gain valuable experience from the access to patient care, be aware that it is a real job of nursing field. I believe nurse with CNA experience are better prepared for the workload and health field environment. At least has had a picture of what to do with patient care and dealing with family and emergency situations.
The health career that I am most intrigued with is a certified registered nurse anesthesist or for short, CRNA. In the United States, a certified registered nurse anesthesist is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) who has acquired graduate-level education and board certification in anesthesia. Certified registered nurse anesthesists provide anesthesia in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesiologists, dentists, podiatrists, and other qualified healthcare professionals. Certified registered nurse anesthesists are the primary providers of anesthesia care in rural America, enabling healthcare facilities in these medically underserved areas to offer obstetrical, surgical, pain management and trauma stabilization services. In some states, certified registered nurse anesthesists are
“I’m an ex-convict. I have AIDS. I’m a prostitute. I’m poor. I’m old. I’m a lesbian. I aborted my baby. I’m a teenage mom. I’m a victim of rape. I’m a drug addict. I’m alcoholic. I’m a beggar. I have cancer. I have a contagious disease….but the nurse said, I’ll take care of you. – Anonymous Nurses have to see and deal with all types of people in many different circumstances and you must be knowledgeable and compassionate. If you are considering a nursing degree then I would recommend the RN path over the LPN path because the extra time, effort, and money it takes will be worth it in the end.
I also think this career would be the perfect ﬁt for me because I can
There will always be a need for a skilled certified nursing assistants, whether it is in a hospital or in a nursing home. Being a CNA, there is a lot to take on and deal with; this type of job you have to be ready physically, emotionally, and mentally. There will always be a need for a skilled nursing assistants at a hospital or nursing homes. All of the job responsibilities a CNA is required to complete can wear you out, but when you get to see that the patient having trust in you and feeling confident that you know what is best for them, is its own reward. There are some people who do not know what a CNA does and the lack of knowledge may result in them believing that they are not an important member to the health care team. The thing that
One of the most prominent things that differ to me when comparing the FNP role to the RN role is the amount of school required to perform the necessary functions for each position. RN’s require a minimum of an AAS degree, while a FNP needs to hold a Master’s degree which is a substantial difference in school requirements. I believe this is because the responsibility and autonomy of an FNP position requires a high level of education. I also believe that although RN’s use critical thinking and have a great amount of autonomy, as and FNP those practices increase. RN’s take a primary role in helping patients with daily cares, monitoring conditions, communicated with patients about their cares, assisting other members of the staff with procedures and treatments and health promotion and education with patients. FNP’s carry the role of evaluating values and information received by the nurse and creating a personalized plan with the patients, diagnosing and treating, prescribing medications, and also helping to educate and encourage health promotions.
There are many different careers in the world. Each of them offer various amounts of financial gain, with each one being unique in tasks. I am greatly interested in the field of performing arts, which means a lot to me. It is a difficult field to get into and be successful in, but performing arts is the only path I have been genuinely interested in long-term. I aspire to one day become a model, actress and singer.
Ever since I decided to go into law enforcement I have been asked the unavoidable question, “Why” multiple times. I always answer that I want to help others; and even though this is the main reason it is not the only reason why I have decided to follow this career field. I would like to go a little deeper into why it is I want to be a police officer. I also want to explain why it is that during though times for law enforcement I have decided to enter this career field.
Back when I was a senior in high school, much like everyone else my age, I began to plan what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. The way the current education system is in place, the classes we take throughout our elementary and secondary educations are meant to give us a basis in a range of topics, but more importantly guide us toward which areas of studies would be best suited for our future pursuits. Unfortunately, this does not always work in the way it intends to. Using myself as an example, my high school experience should have shown me that going into mathematics would be the best path for me. Year after year, math had been my favorite subject, and the subject that I performed best in. From that, it would seem reasonable that
I didn 't always know what career I wanted to go into. The first time I was in the position where I had to decide was in the eighth grade. For the yearbook, I had to give the name of the high school I planned to attend and what profession I chose to go into. The scraping of the lead against the paper made me feel tense. Everyone else had an idea of what they wanted to do in the future. When I was a junior in high school, I finally realized that I want to become a Speech Pathologist. This field of study is an extremely competitive one. My educational and professional career objectives include going to Kean University next fall, working towards obtaining a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree, and ultimately becoming certified and licensed.