• Personal Goals
    I want to accomplish both professionally and personally. Some of professional goals are, becoming a supervisor at my current job, obtaining my Advance Life Support Certification, obtaining my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, enlisting into the Navy Nurse Corps, becoming a Nurse Practitioner, and...
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  • Nursing
    A simple task as putting on shoes and socks can be taken for granted by many; however, this becomes an arduous issue for the elderly as I have witnessed assisting a podiatrist for the past three years. Dr. Neil Blatt's knowledge and guidance has contributed to my goal for becoming a nurse. During...
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  • Registered Nursing
    choose is what they want to do for years and years to come. By the end of my project I expect to know exactly what the duties of a registered nurse are and what I have to do to achieve my goal. I want to know the best course of action I need to choose in becoming a nurse. I also expect to...
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    Five Steps to Becoming a Nurse * Step 1 - Earn a high school diploma: Sharpening your math and science skills while still in high school is a good first step for the aspiring nurse. The better your grades the better your chance of getting * * accepted into a reputable nursing program...
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  • personal career plan
    Professional Nursing NUR252S January 17, 2014 Plan for Becoming a Nurse Manager Long Term Goal As a practicing Registered Nurse (RN), I like many others, aspire to continue my education and career path. I am not satisfied standing still, so to speak, but instead prefer to...
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  • Personal Goals Paper
    action. With any serious goal, a strong support system must be used, to avoid becoming overwhelmed when challenges arise. “Make sure your goals and expectations are realistic. Unrealistic goals are self-defeating. Make sure the goals are measurable, manageable, and meaningful to you, not to please...
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  • occupation paper
     Occupational Paper: Registered Nurse The career I am doing my paper over is the occupation of a Registered Nurse. The reason behind that is that at this moment, that is my focused career goal. (At a later time, it may be Nurse Practitioner, or Nurse Anesthetist.) I enjoy helping people...
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  • Goals Paper
    Goals Paper To have success in life goals are essential. Goals are the end result or an achievement in which efforts are directed. For an example, goals are like dreams becoming reality. The difference between a dream and a goal, is a dream is simply a fantasy. And a goal is a concrete thing that...
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    My Goal of Becoming a Nurse Many people have certain goals in life they want to achieve. Over the next few years there is one important goal I would love to achieve. Setting a goal and achieving it are two different things. Most people set goals in life and aren’t persistent with their goals...
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  • Reflections in Nursing
    executive board of one of the nursing organizations. My objective for reaching these goals include observing those in the positions I seek and familiarizing myself with their job descriptions. I plan to master the art of becoming a charge and head nurse before looking at becoming a nursing supervisor...
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  • Scholarship Essay
    goals include, becoming a Registered Nurse and provide my family and myself with a happy life. A college education will aid in accomplishing both of these goals. A college education is not only important to achieve my career aspiration but also important in achieving an adequate job in this struggling...
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  • assingment
    theorists, Sister Callista Roy from Outcome theorists, and Jean Watson from Caring/Becoming theorists (as identified by Meleis, 2012). Then I will compare and contrast all four theorists within following: educational background, philosophy of nursing, definition of nursing, and goal/purpose of...
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  • Carrer Path Nursing
    The health field is my career of choice. Becoming a registered nurse is my ultimate goal. The nursing field is the best fit for me. I take pride in helping others whenever possible. There are many kinds of different field in the health industry that will fit me best. There are many different...
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  • Health Promotion
    becoming diagnosed at an earlier age. There are three points in the individuals’ health care that a nurse is able to intervene; primary, secondary and tertiary. Primary prevention of diabetes can be explained by a nurse helping an individual prevent diabetes through avoidance of the onset of...
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  • My American Dream
    something I am enthusiastic about in the nursing field. If I have made just one person day better when do not feel good then I have met my goal; this is the main reason for me becoming a nurse. I have a second reason for becoming a nurse and that’s for my family. I plan to achieve my second goal by...
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  • Registered Nurse
    dream and now that I’m going to college my dreams is closer to becoming a reality. I believe becoming a nurse will provide me an income with the kind of style I want for myself. And I hope that after two years of my nursing career I can go back to a university and become a OB/GYN. For now my main goal is to become a nurse....
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  • Moles
    the client’s immediate need for help. >Imogene King (1971, 1981) Goal Attainment Theory Goal Attainment Theory Nursing process is defined as dynamic interpersonal process between nurse, client and health care system. Postulated the Goal Attainment Theory. She described nursing as a...
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  • Nurse Practioner Admission Essay
    , while still giving me the opportunity to make a difference in people’s health and overall well-being. My professional goal is to use my studies and skills to become the most competent clinician I can be, while maintaining one of the most important qualities, compassion. Becoming a nurse...
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  • Nursing Theorists
    directed and needed. The core has goals set by himself and not by any other person. The core behaved according to his feelings, and value system. * The care circle explains the role of nurse * The cure is the attention given to patients by the medical professionals....
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  • review of literature
    relationship with the individual. Creating this type of relationship gives nurses the opportunity to teach patients important health promotion strategies that are tailored to each individuals needs. The main goal of health promotion is to help promote a long healthy life free from preventable...
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