My personal statement
My desire to be a midwife began before studying nursing diploma in Spain. There are several reasons for this interest, beginning with my cousin’s completion of a midwifery course. She has told me very much about her course and I was excited to hear about each element of it. Another factor which attracted me to this branch of nursing was the excitement of taking part in a birth. Witnessing the happiness of those involved is always an unforgettable experience and to smooth the progress of this experience for others is something I am passionate about doing for a living. This is also the main reason I chose England to work as a nurse; I am interested in expanding upon my existing knowledge on the UK National Health System. As a result of working in an EMI nursing home environment I have acquired a diverse set of skills and confidence with the language and the system. This experience has allowed me to grow professionally and personally. Before this I accrued experience within a hospital environment where I especially become more confident in emergency situations, working in casualty department and intensive care department among other specialties. From my point of view, midwifery is not only help in the deliver of babies. It comprises many aspects, such as, ante-natal and post-natal care, offering post and pre-birth support and helping parents to be to prepare for parenthood. In broader terms, midwifery involves health promotion, improving social wellbeing, reducing health inequalities and community education. I am eager to be involved in each of these aspects. There are many skills I can bring to midwifery. The first of these is the ability of work well on my own and as a part of a multidisciplinary team, whilst remaining calm and efficient under pressure. To evidence this, I was often given responsibility as the highest on-floor authority within the EMI care home. In this role I had 6 carers under my charge and had to care for 36 residents....
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