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.
I work in a place where I see new faces every day, it’s always nice to interact with them and learn a little bit about them in just a matter of a few seconds. I just love being around people and I love to make them smile. Being a Medical Assistant to me means seeing new faces every day, learning a little bit about them and hopefully getting a smile or two out of them. They may not be at the doctor’s office for a good reason, but I want them to know how much I care about them and to show them how much I love my job. I graduated High School in June of 2012, It took me a few
Registered Nurse Do you remember being a child and constantly being asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Well I was the kid that always gave a different answer every time. I was always undecided regarding the career that I wanted to pursue. As I got older I realized that I wanted to have a career in the medical field. Being a nurse interests me because it requires the study of the human body, it is respected and because I find fulfillment in being able to help those who are in need. Once I started researching a career in nursing I realized that there were a lot more types of nurses then I had originally imagined.
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.
Personal Goals Paper Aida Motta HCS-301 December 9,2013 Karen Benjamin Nursing is a career that can take you anywhere. It has always been my dream to help others in the healthcare setting. My passion in the medical field is fueled by a constant desire to learn all facets of nursing. Even though everyone has different goals, a higher education creates more opportunity to specialize in a specific area. Education is continuous in nursing.
Entering the Midwifery profession requires 3 hard working years at University to receive your degree. Being a midwife is not all about delivering babies but providing care and support for the women and their families during the antenatal and postnatal periods, and promoting a good knowledge of health. There are many positives side to being a midwife. Meeting new people and seeing them go through their journey to building their own little family. Helping the Mother and the Father through all of the antenatal and giving them any support they may need through the most exciting but scary time of their lives and being there when their new little family member is brought into the world.
We do not even have to ask and he is there to help us through the rough times in life. I am studying to become a teacher, to teach nursing students. My goal is to one day teach other nurses how to care for others as they care for those they love. Becoming a nurse was a dream I had as a child. I have always wanted to ease others pain, heal their ailments and provide care to others as I would want someone to care for me.
Chamberlain College of Nursing September 28, 2011 The reasons why I want to become a nurse. Being a nurse will help me make a difference in the world by helping save lives. I always loved helping people; I find it very fulfilling to know that the small part that I hope to play in the future will help a person on his or her recovery to good health. A nurse, to me, is someone who is friendly, patience, compassionate and trustworthy. I believe these traits personally are important to have when entering the nursing field.
For the past several years I have known almost every detail of what I plan to do after high school. I have always been extremely passionate with helping those in need, and caring for other people. This, and the fact that my mother is a registered nurse, has led me to believe that pursuing a medical degree is what I am meant to do with my life. I have always loved school and always wanted to be important to those around me, and I feel as though being someone who cares whole-heartedly for those who are sick and ill, is a perfect way to express my passion for helping those in need. I came to the conclusion of joining the medical field several years ago after my first serious injury.
It has always been a dream of mine to work in the medical field as a nurse. I love the endless every day adventures that a nurse experiences. Nurses are always learning new things. I enjoy helping others to the best of my ability. I want to be able to show people that you can come from nothing and become something great.