Why Be a Nurse
Nursing is a great profession, very much in demand today. As a nurse you can take your skills wherever you want to go. There are many nursing positions available throughout the United States as well as internationally for qualified people from every ethnic and religious background. Nursing isn’t just confined to the hospital; you can practice in hundreds of settings such as: home health care, hospice, corporations, us public health services, independent practice and many more. You can also diversify into different areas of nursing: caring for children, adults, and the elderly. Job opportunities are expanding in the nursing field; nurses are now providing more direct care to patients than ever. As a nurse most jobs you can have are secure, nursing serves as a great stepping stone for a medical career also. Nursing is a challenge but as a nurse you have to remember that each and every day you are helping someone and any word can brighten a patients day. Giving it your all 100% of the time is the key to being a nurse and I give 100% in everything I do. When you are a nurse you’re making a real difference in people’s lives every day. No two days are the same, and nursing provides you with knowledge and experience you can use for yourself, your family, and you community, in addition to the patient. I enjoy helping and caring for people that’s what makes me happy. To make the decision to dedicate your life to the care of others is a big part in nursing. When you become a nurse you know that every day you will touch a life or a life will touch yours and that’s what being a nurse is all about to me. As I research and read many articles about nursing one of the values of a nurse stood out to me; Human “dignity” human dignity is defined as the state of being worthy of honor and respect. I read that in nursing you are taught to treat patients with dignity, you are to treat each person as equal and not refuse care to anyone regardless of their past or other...
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