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.
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 that not only help others but it also helps
So the question became do I keep my passion, and will it always pay the bills? Alternatively, do I change career paths and pursue a new career that I know will pay the bills and will always provide for my family? My Journey I knew that I would be a good nurse. I was loving, kind, thoughtful, a good communicator, liked helping people, I was caring, and I also liked math and science. 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).
Eventually, I was able to assist Mr Brooks with his personal hygiene needs and was also able to follow the standard procedure. It was a positive experience for me personally. Assisting patient to meet their hygiene needs is a very important part of nursing care (Baillie 2005). The Department of Health (2007) outlined the importance of meeting needs and improving patient care as ‘getting the basic’. Staying with the patient and eventually sees him calm and smile again somewhat makes me feel proud of myself and our team making the patient a happy person again.
My plans and dreams for the future Become an owner of my own daycare center My perfect idea for running my daycare I love my life. I love what I am doing with my life, which is to helping people. I used to work as a medical technician because of my passion for helping others. Someday, I want to own my own daycare center. Thanks to the classes I am taking I understand myself more so I can use my passion better.
Becoming a nurse will make each day a great difference, not only for me, but for the patients I will be taking care of. I know I can help others by providing them with love, care, and ensuring them I will never give up on them. Once I am able to progress in my major and earn my college degree in nursing, it will not only make me a better person, but enable me to reach out to others that are in great need of
Becoming a nurse will help me achieve my professional goal. I have always felt a deep desire to help people whenever they needed it, and would stop at no end to help them. I want to help people achieve and maintain good health, to make someone feel special, let them know that someone cares about them and getting well, whatever the situation, and comfort them when they are in pain or even dying. I also want a career where I can earn a respectable living but still feel fulfilled and interested in what I’m doing. The possibilities are endless, I know that my day to day duties will never be the same.
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. I am currently completing a L3 Access course in Nursing where my knowledge has been enhanced in a wide range of subjects such as psychology, health science, Nursing studies and Sociology of health. I enjoy these subjects because it gives me a better understanding of the human body and also moving closer to achieving my childhood dream of professionally caring for the sick. Nursing as a career requires trust, excellent interpersonal relationship and commitment to those you care for and these are traits that come natural to me as I have demonstrated in my current work place in Royal free hospital, where I work as an assistant carrying out various task such as House-keeping, Ward hostess and domestic role which involves interaction with patients, nurses and sometimes doctors. I feel like a medical staff, as I also help to improve patients’ health by keeping their rooms free from infection and ensuring that meals are delivered to them at the prescribed