I believe that the core of nursing is caring and knowledge. Knowledge is the science of nursing and caring is the art of nursing; both of which are necessary for providing quality nursing care. I feel as a nurse I am an advocate for my patient and their families. I try to make them feel comfortable and trust in me and I provide the best care I am able to give. I believe that the focus of nursing is evidenced based clinical practice.
Biblical Worldview NAME: Smith WRITING STYLE USED: APA Foundations to the Christian faith is the belief that mankind is created in the image of God. At present I am a Licensed Practical Nurse that cares for others in their time of need. At times even without them asking for assistance of help. This is very similar to how God cares for us in our times of need. We do not even have to ask and he is there to help us through the rough times in life.
University of Phoenix Material Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet I believe that the core of nursing is delivering quality care specific to the needs of patients, families and the surrounding community. This is achieved through education, teaching and listening. I believe that the focus of nursing is centered around caring for the sick and vulnerable. My vision for myself as a nurse is that I will make every decision one that provides an optimal outcome for my patients and their families. I will continue to keep myself educated with the latest updates in nursing to ensure the care I am giving my patients is based on the latest research.
In order to accomplish goals, a plan must be laid out. My educational goal is to be a Licensed Practical Nurse which in turn will lead to my career goal of becoming a home health nurse. will lead to a satisfying health profession where I can assist those in need of improving the status of their health. My career goals is to become a Home Health Nurse. Nursing is a career filled with endless personal and professional rewards.
“If there is no struggle there is no progress,” these words spoken by Fredrick Douglas, reflect the essence of my families’ motivation to stay strong and always peruse a better life. This quote is especially significant to me because it reflects my drive and passion to achieve my own dreams in life. My parents played a major role in inspiring me to help other people, and to work hard to achieve my goals; they thought me by example. I realized that I have been blessed to have the parents that I do. I deeply value what they have thought me: the strength, integrity, and compassion for others.
My nursing philosophy is much the same as my life philosophy. I follow the Golden Rule of treat others as you would want to be treated. Each patient and his or her family should be treated with dignity and respect. Also, as a nurse it is important to build trust with patients and their families. My nursing philosophy is continuously changing as I go through my career.
Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet Dorothee Bucholsky NUR/391 10/21/2013 Sharon Little-Stoetzel, RN, PhD, CNE University of Phoenix Material Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet This is a philosophy of nursing that reflects the beliefs and values of Dorothee E. Bucholsky, RN. Today’s date is October 18, 2013. I chose nursing as my profession because nursing is an integral part of who I am. I have always known I wanted to be a nurse. To care for people in need with compassion and empathy.
I have always been interested in what it meant to be a Christian Therapist and what it would mean to be a Christian and a Therapist at the same time. Can I do both and how? This article answered many of my questions and I look forward to putting this into use and becoming stronger in both
Taking care of others and showing compassion gives me courage and strength. I want to be loyal to my patients as well as my employer. I have always dreamed of following in my mother's footsteps and dedicating my life to caring for others. I plan to work in a doctors office in my local community so my duties would include things such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, taking patients vital signs, and collecting specimens like blood and urine.
The way a person lives their life, or they way they grew up greatly influences the way decisions are handled. Growing up in a Christian Baptist home, I always knew to treat others the way I would want to be treated, and to do things because it is just the right thing to