Being there made me scared but encountering the nice nursing staff and doctors made me feel more secure. I would always ask questions like do you love you job and what made you become a nurse. Getting those answers and having those experiences made me feel more competent about the career choice that I was playing on pursuing. As I got older I began to do research on the field and I learn that it was not only a rewarding career but it was an auspicious one also. Nursing is one of the few careers
I work as a New York State Paramedic for eight years and the one thing that has brought joy to my heart is knowing that I can have a hand in helping someone or saving a life. I am very friendly with nurses that I work with and I also have nurses in my family. I talk to them a lot about their job because I have an interest in pursuing my career as a nurse. I love my job very much and I am looking for the stability that nursing provides. There are a lot of positive outcomes that comes from becoming a nurse.
Being a part of a Professional organization allows us to make a powerful statement about who we are as nurses. It shows employers, colleagues and most of all our patients about our commitment to our nursing profession. It identifies us as a nurses who are serious about the profession as well as staying informed, educated and involves in all aspects of nursing care. Being a member of an organization is not required, but it is highly recommended. Keeping on top of any nursing advanced is a key benefit but there are many other: (N.A., 2012) 1) Networking 2) Educational opportunities 3) Access to mentors and mentoring 4) Forums on how to improve the nursing profession 5) Personal and professional growth 6) Unity Professional organizations allow nurses to speak in one loud voice.
Today, as a Registered Nurse, when I see something that needs to be done for my patient, I speak to a physician and usually the problem is solved by the next day. A really good doctor will ask the nurse, “Any concerns that you have about Mrs. Smith?” In turn, I always ask the nurse assistant her input, which is often invaluable and spot-on. Every team member in an organization can add her unique and valuable view point which can create an excellent solution to a problem. According to Bell, “research indicates that groups composed of people from different backgrounds bring with them different
I know that if she finishes a job she will find another job to do and move on to it. As for Jamie, I would probably give him a long detailed list of things that need to be done around the theatre. This way he would never be unsure as to what he should be doing. If he finishes one particular job he will go to the list and see what to do next. It’s not that I am giving Sarah more freedom she is the type of worker who doesn’t need a blueprint telling her what to do.
I would love to have the opportunity to graduate from nursing, because I have a strong desire to help people and make a difference in the quality of their lives every day. What is also noteworthy about nursing is that there is no another job as rewarding as being a nurse. Each day I will have an impact on patients´ lives, and have the opportunity to save someone´s life. I think there is no reward greater than that. Searching in different schools, I found that this program has a bunch of resources not only solid basics of nursing theory , but also nursing practice as well as clinical experience that will give me the opportunity of been successful in different practice situations.
According to White, K. R. (2014) “Nurse were the original servant leaders—at the patient’s beside and in communities- and now they are perfectly positioned to take their experience with leadership to a heightened level. In the new world order, nurses have moved from the background to the boardroom, and they have been put in the spotlight to lead transformation of quality healthcare.” (pg.27). White describes how far nursing leaders have come and play an important role on the healthcare team. In their personal experienced they understand what it takes to be a bedside nurse and a second opinion to the physicians. Nursing Leaders They spend their time in areas such as human resources, business planning, quality reporting, information management, and report writing.
I am determined to obtain all of the experience and knowledge that it is required to get to where I want to be when I am older. Since I became a certified medical assistant, my eligibility has given me the opportunity to work with kids and some of the most amazing doctors I have met at a pediatrics office. People my age usually complain about having to work and not being able to have all the free time they used to, but I love what I do. As people say, if you love what you do you will never have to work a day in your life. I have great ambition to do what it takes to succeed in my life as a doctor because I have great passion for it and I do not see myself being anything else but a
Although some people are quick learners like I am, I been experimenting new things all the time, on my own hair my sisters and some friends who are brave enough to let me do their hair. Luckily no one has ever complained on how I do it. That’s the reason why I chose this topic because I know I can learn more by researching on articles, WebPages, and books from professionals. The tips they always give work pretty good. This topic should be pretty interesting and fun to learn about I’m sure that everyone has had some horrible hair dyeing experience and it seems like shaving your hair would be the only solution so that’s why I chose this topic for the people who don’t like to waste money on expensive hair salons can do it now by themselves at home or at a friend’s house.
YIT1 PROFESSIONAL ROLES AND VALUES CORINNE BRONKEMA WESTERN GOVERNOR’S UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONAL ROLES & VALUES PROJECT My personal nursing mission statement is changing and developing as my career advances, however, one core piece will remain constant. I will strive to provide the best, safest, most ethical and compassionate nursing care that I can for all patients and family members with whom I come in contact. I began my post-high school academic career as an accounting major. I enjoyed the challenge of manipulating a report until I had balanced. I thought I had found my calling.