With the hopes of becoming a Registered Nurse I will continue to further educate myself in my field after graduation. With the extra time this scholarship will provide; it will allow me to have the free time to volenteer at a local hospital, learning more about the enviornment I will soon be working in. That would be opportunity to increase my education even
I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD. Each has inspired my love for nursing and has influenced me to set new personal and professional goals. I ask for your consideration for admission into your program, which will facilitate my goal of becoming an Adult Gerontology Primary Care or Family Nurse Practitioner. I look forward to not only embarking on this new journey but also joining my mother and brother as a Buckeye
I chose to pursue the teaching field because of my experience training new nurses and C.N.A.’s at the nursing home I previously worked at. There were students that would come to observe and learn the procedures and skills needed to work in a nursing home. My bosses knew to send them to me because they saw the passion I had for teaching skills in the nursing field. So when I knew that I was going to have those students, I became overjoyed because I knew that as they learned, I was actually making a difference in their careers in the medical field. The passion for teaching began early for me in life.
In order to ensure that, we are truly empathetic towards patient we must remember where we came from. Before a person becomes a health provider they had to go through certain training and practices to reach their job position. The best way to include empathy is to remember that at some point in time we were patients; put ourselves in patients shoes. We have all experienced similar experiences, and everyone goes through problems no matter how big or small the issues are. I believe that it is time that healthcare professionals teach their students and remind them how effective empathy can be; not only for the patients but everyone who is part of the healthcare system.
All of my life I have always tried to be the best prepared professional so I can have a career for the rest of my life that I can be proud of. The MSN in education will help me grow professionally so I can have that career that will help carry me into the later years of my life. The MSN in education will help me grow professionally and also help me help others with my experiences in nursing and also help students develop the drive
My sister graduated from Cheverus with excellent grades and now attends a very good college. Cheverus helped her academically, socially, and spiritually. My goal when I graduate from Cheverus is that I will have the intellectual and organizational skills to get into a good school and become a success in the world. I know that Cheverus will set obstacles that may challenge me to think. Not only will I be receiving an excellent education, I will also be learning to grow into a more spiritual, moral person.
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. This course has helped me develop personally, and professionally to be an effective APRN.
My impression of the Nursing Resource Center is that it is an awesome place for students to learn during clinical. The task trainers and the high- fidelity simulations provides students the opportunity to practice cognitive dynamics of real scenarios. This gives the students an opportunity to make mistakes and better themselves. As a student, the resources available to me within the lab throughout the rest of my nursing education will be very beneficial. Resources such as the faculty, educators, and the simulation models will help students enhance care for future patients, learn how to maneuver during simulates scenarios, and receive the maximum help possible.
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.
Helping people has always came easily to me, whether it was calming down an upset child or taking care of my sick family members. I like to see the way a person’s face lights up when you do something to positively impact their life. Having the mentality to put other people’s needs before my own has greatly influenced my choice to achieve my RN degree. Because I want to further my education in nursing, transferring schools after my two years at Central Lakes College to get a Bachelor’s degree is an option I am considering. Another goal of mine is to become the first in my family to graduate college.
I am also interested in EVMS, because your Care Forward Curriculum mirrors objectives of my past degree programs: .preparation and compassion. As a DNIMAS scholar at Norfolk State, I was trained to learn at an advanced rate and seek resources, so that I could make the most informed decisions pertaining to my curriculum and career. Research, internships and weekly class conversations with graduate and professional schools were requirements of the program that prepared my class for the expectations of our career fields. EVMS continues to emphasize that concept and teaches in patterns that smoothly transition the student into the physician. The CFC also reinforces my personal objective of cost conscious care.
While partaking in the practicum for months I have mastered my skills in personal care such as catheter care, bed making by learning how to properly miter a corner and verbal communication; therefore, was ready to take on my next challenge. In addition, combining these skills with the required characteristics made me a better person and a better caretaker. When it comes to performing these tasks in front of my peers you have to be able to prove you have the passion to care for others; you also have to possess the knowledge in order to perform your task to the fullest. Not only did I have to show expertise, I had to prove I had made the right decision in becoming a part of this distinct community. This course was an inspiration to my choosing of my career path because my experiences while working in a real life situation has impacted me drastically and has inspired me to do more in my community.