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.
Certain staff are admiring me for my capability and knowledge but most of the junior scared to work with me as I am very strict in checking their competency. I have maintained good relationship between the disciplines example doctors and physiotherapist. In order to achieve my aim becoming a leader with charisma, I always discuss with my nurse manager on my communication skills and mentoring skills. I shared the same vision with my nurse manager that to develop a competent nursing team in our hospital to provide excellent nursing care for patients. We promote learning culture in our units, encourage continuous education by organizing group study, unit talk, and conducting intensive program for nurses.
Nursing to me is a commitment to not only my patients but the community in which they reside. It takes great skill and dedication to be a nurse. Nursing goes beyond simply caring for patients. It involves aspects that many people do not realize, for example, education. When a nurse graduates from a program they are expected to continue to learn new things and stay up to date on the current needs of the community.
When you became a CNA according to this article. “Become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).” They tell you what the job is going to be like and what are the requirement’s but what people tend to forget is the rewards you get and it isn’t like a award they hand out to you. This reward is a sense of feeling like you may an impact on someone’s life. The family is the key to feeling this reward/achievement. For example, I took care of that lady when she was hospice and the family would always see me attending to there love one, and then when I was finished they would say thank you.
This particular issue is of interest to me because I have experienced and witnessed it myself. As a midwifery student in a busy maternity hospital, I can appreciate the hard work and dedication each midwife gives to their patients. This becomes difficult to manage when the midwife has several women and babies to care for, as well as having time to mentor students such as myself. Nurses and midwives take pride in their caring and compassionate traits. However, staffing levels may influence these important attributes.
My experience with her has taught me a lot. It will influence my academic work and goals at CCU a lot because she is my motivation. Every since I experienced this with my mother as a little girl this has always been my dream to help and take care of others. This has played a big role in my life because I love helping and taking care of others. My goals is to further my education in the nursing department and starting to plan my career in this academic field.
I also do well in math and science classes, and science classes, in particular, are extremely interesting to me. What sparked my interest in becoming a Physician Assistant was my sister. She has been studying to become a PA and has enjoyed it. I can continue to learn about this career by talking to my sister about all that she is learning and asking her about what it is like. Also, I can keep doing research on Physician Assistants in any way that I can to keep educating myself on the career.
On February 21, 2018, I had the opportunity to job shadow Ms. Drohn, the assistant professor in the school of nursing. The main reason why I choose to shadow Ms. Drohn was because I have been told by others that I will make a great teacher someday. I figured how bad could it be to experience what it is like to be a teacher. After all, my other main goal is to be a pediatric nurse so this worked out perfect because I get to experience what it is like to teach nursing students. Apart from that, I also what to shadow Ms. Drohn because I wanted to get insight into the different nursing fields available to nursing students at Liberty University.
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.
My mother stayed there with him leaving us to our own device. My sister was 19. I was hurt, angry and bitter. Prior to the diagnosis, I refused to talk with my mother or my stepfather. When she was diagnosed, I knew I had to forgive her, I could not live with myself if my mother thought I hated her on her deathbed.
Nurses have the ability to turn what can be a frightening experience in a hospital or doctor’s office into a mild or even enjoyable time. More than that, nurses are healers, problem solvers, and compassionate companions. For these reasons and many more, I strive to be a Professional Registered Nurse. When nurses explain why they chose this profession, many respond, “to help people” or “to make a difference.” Although these explanations are selfless and inspiring, my answer is somewhat different. I aim to be a nurse for the lifelong learning experiences that will allow me to grow and develop each day.
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 tried my hardest to apologize, but she would not accept or even acknowledge it. Casey was clearly one to hold a grudge, even to a five year old. And I spent months trying to make up for it, even giving her my birthday money and presents. Nothing seemed to work. Eventually I gave up and I let it go.
When I was younger, I would always take care of my family, as far as babysitting, doing hair, and helping with my elderly grandmother. As a child, my siblings and I would play doctor and I would always be the nurse. I really enjoy helping people and making people feel better. Fast-forward to many years later, I’m a certified
During the meeting I was able to observe the beginning of the school year medical procedures and learn about the specific needs of students how to care for them. Something valuable that I took away from the meeting is the importance of having a good foundation of communication between the educator and school nurse. A strong foundation allows the educators and nurses to work together and properly meet the student’s