The Journal of Nursing Education states, “researchers found the concepts of caring and nurturance were identified as high motivators for choosing nursing” (Williams, Wertenberger, Hames, Gushuliak, 1997). At that time, I was working back office at a Urology office and was going to school. I decided one day that to be able to provide for my daughter if something were to happen between my husband and I that I could always support us. Therefore, my journey began. A Journey Amongst Friends I was fortunate enough to go to nursing school with my best friend Harley.
One of the biggest and most obvious goals I have set would be graduating high school. This should be a pretty easy goal to accomplish but I do need to watch myself in some of my classes. Some of the big things I need to do to meet this goal are improving my neatness, not being lazy and actually turning assignments, and trying to study as much as I can. The hardest of these will unquestionably be turning in my homework. I’ve always had a hard time turning in any homework and this is the year I need to start doing it.
During nursing school the instructors always tell the students someday it may be a requirement for nurses to hold a bachelor’s degree to maintain a Registered Nurse position. A Bachelor’s Degree allows nurses to work as professionals in leadership roles and even research. "Hospitals with higher proportions of baccalaureate-prepared nurses tended to have lower 30-day mortality rates” (Tourangeau,
Success to Learning How hard can it be to become a Registered Nurse? Can I accomplish my goal and make it into my lifelong dream? All throughout my senior year of high school, I questioned myself what I wanted to do in life. I decided to major in Nursing, but there was something stopping me. Where was I going to attend school?
The importance of a Bishop Noll education this past year has surpassed my highest expectations. It has opened my eyes to the reality of what a great school can do for you both academically and spiritually. From the first day of school, the challenges & hurdles that have come my way have been great examples of what life has in store for me at the college level and in the future workforce. This philosophy is made clear at Bishop Noll, starting with the faculty, teachers, coaches and advisors. These values then get absorbed from every student and it becomes a trickled down affect that empowers us all.
I am almost finished with both degrees and will graduate with both of my Bachelor’s on time. With my double major I plan to use my skills as a nurse and administrator to not only provide a high quality of care and advocate for my patients, but to also instill nursing values to every nurse working at the facility. When I graduate my goal is to work at a hospital in Ohio in critical care for two years, then continue my education on to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. As for my other degree, I plan to become a head floor nurse and eventually go back for my Masters in Health Administration. Receiving this scholarship would be incredibly helpful and lift a burden off of my shoulders.
If not for my mom who knew someone from Hemet Valley Medical Center, I would still be looking for a job right now. Hemet Valley Medical Center (HVMC) also has an orientation program for the new grad nurses, and I participated on batch 2012. The HVMC new grad program offers guidance and support very similar to what UTMC offers. The questions is, can the new grad students digest what the program can
For many years I was scared to go to college because I thought I wasn’t college material. Hearing Capitan Mark Kelly speak about being an underachiever, and a “not so great” student really helped me see that light at the end of the tunnel. When final build up the courage with in myself, I enrolled into San Jacinto College. The only thing that stood in the way was that standardize test. I had to take the entry exam after five years of not being in school.
Harris 1 of 5 Amy Harris Professor: Day 10/29/14 Registered Nurses (ASN) Registered Nurses or as we call them for short RN'S have an ASN which is an Associate in Science and Nursing. RN'S complete at least two years of education in college. The growth, demand and pay are all on the rise for Registered Nurses. There are risk associated with nursing, health and financial. Registered Nursing requires basic schooling but they are continuously educated on important medical procedures, laws, and regulations.
Name: Tara Marshall Course: UNV108.v10R Module 1Journal Entry Date: January 16, 2013 Instructor: Jeri Jorgenson Zwibel Title: MOTIVATION MY kids are the motivation behind me enrolling in Grand Canyon University because to look into my daughters eyes and tell her that I’m going back to school was the greatest gift at that moment I could give and for her to respond with” Mommy I am so proud of you “was the greatest MOTIVATION she could give to me. She will be leaving to go off to college and I wanted to do this not only for me but also to let her know that no matter how old or how things may seem anything is possible if you believe in yourself. I am proud that my kids look up to me as