Nurse Becoming a nurse is a career that I feel is the best fit for me. A nurse is someone that needs to be able to be trusted by others, you need to have qualities like; kindness responsibility, patience, and assertiveness. As a nurse you are responsible for taking care of sick and injured patients, that can very from babies to elders. A nurse is also required to take detailed records in order to help doctors with the progress of their patients. As a student I am most interested in becoming a nurse because of all the experiences that you intake and learn from, during your career as being a nurse.
One passion, simple but strong that has governed my life is my interest in health sciences. Nursing is all about passion and dedication. Passion to acquire knowledge and be able to understand the complexity of the human body. Dedication to helping people and making a difference in their lives. 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.
Vanessa Rivera English 100 HULN Mid-Term Essay My Career as a Nurse I am in a stage in life where I know what I want to become, which is a Register Nurse. As a child, I was the one in the family who took interest in caring for members who had scratches or bruises. I thought of myself as the “doctor” of the family. That idea carried throughout my years of elementary and secondary education. Nursing fulfills all the criteria I am looking for in my personal definition of a perfect job.
What is important is how we handle this leadership that has been handed to us once we become nurses. As nurses we are not only expected to be leaders but good leaders. It is important that we understand this and strive to become good leaders. We as nurses are the voices of the patients. The soldiers in the trenches of healthcare advancement and reform.
The Journey of My Life As the journey through life has brought me to the point of wanting to finish my bachelor’s degree of science in nursing (BSN), I believe that I am definitely ready for some redirection of my goals. Initially, after obtaining my associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) I advanced on to California State University of Fullerton (CSUF). Soon thereafter, I found I was pregnant with my twin boys. This event changed the course of my life, education, and goals. As I have continued in my career, I have gained a vast amount of experience, knowledge, and wisdom.
WHY I WANT TO BE A NURSE The medical field has always been a childhood dream of mine. I find the human body fascinating. When I was young child I wanted to be a doctor. Then nursing became an alternative as I got older. Becoming a nurse will help me achieve my professional goal.
I want to gain a better understanding of high risk pregnancies. I will continue in m present job, working as a labor and delivery nurse in a family birth center. I always try to take challenging patients and learn all that I can from them. Continuing my education in this
He has A1 diabetes. Ever since I was a child, I wanted to be a nurse because of him. I would go to the hospital with my aunt once I got older and I would watch her take care of her patients. Seeing how happy she was helping others and how happy the patients were having her as a nurse, to this day, makes me want to step up and fulfill a nursing degree. Becoming a nurse will make each day a great difference, not only for me, but for the patients I will be taking care of.
PERSONAL STATEMENT I have always been passionate about helping and caring for the sick and nurturing them back to good health. As a child, I remember being the only one in my family who could make my immediate younger sister take her medication and eat her food simply by the way I talk to her and offer to mash some of her food. Upon relocating to the United Kingdom in 2000, I cared for my aunty, who was undergoing chemotherapy, by ensuring that she meets her appointment, preparing meals for her in accordance with dietary advice from doctors and collecting her prescriptions. This experience increased my passion to pursue a career in Nursing so that I can help others and nurture them back to better health. During the years I was caring for my aunty, I was able to effectively manage and organise my time, a skill that will be beneficial in my Nursing career, by studying English, Mathematics and Health and Social care.
"In general, an Anesthesiologist is a medical doctor who cares for a patient before, during and immediately following a surgical or medical procedure by administering appropriate anesthesia and monitoring the patient for reactions and complications, and to ensure comfort and manage pain. (1)" Having a profession like this, I would be helping people live longer and healthier lives which would give me a sense of fullfillment. Helping people and making them happy has always been something I liked to do even when I didn't have much. When I was first starting out in my first apartment I always allowed my friends to stay there if they didnt have anywhere to go and eat whatever they like. My sister always said I was letting people use me but everyone needs a little help once in a while.