"Personal Beliefs About Nursing" Essays and Research Papers

  • Personal Beliefs About Nursing

    have a sense of individualism. One must define his/her own beliefs and values in life. We are unique just as God created us. One does not have to define who he/she is with scriptures in order to best understand his/her personal and professional beliefs. Our lives are influenced within our environments; our values and beliefs are a continuous growth. God provides individuals with the resources and the tools in life to strengthen our beliefs and validate our values. Nature of Health Because I believe...

    Culture, Faith, Life 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Ethics in Nursing

    components of personal, societal, and group morality to create a better path for yourself and others. Some of its most important uses are to clarify, organize, and critique morality to highlight what does and does not fit in a particular situation (Purtilo, 2011). A nurse cultivates personal ethics through personal, cultural, and spiritual values which becomes a moral compass for their professional ethics. Personal ethics in combination with the code of ethics often assist the nurses in personal and social...

    Culture, Ethics, Health care 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy

    My Personal Nursing Philosophy Tracie Johnson NUR/391 June 28, 2010 Andrea M. Abt My Personal Nursing Philosophy “Philosophies of nursing are statements of beliefs about nursing and expressions of values in nursing that are used as bases for thinking and acting. Most philosophies are built on a foundation of beliefs about people, environment, health, and nursing” (Chitty & Black, p. 298). By using person, environment, health, and nursing as a guideline to achieve the ultimate goals...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 755  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

     Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet Dorothee Bucholsky NUR/391 October 21, 2013 Sharon Little-Stoetzel, RN, PhD, CNE University of Phoenix Material Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet This is a philosophy of nursing that reflects the beliefs and values of Dorothee E. Bucholsky, RN. Today’s date is October 18, 2013. I chose nursing as my profession because nursing is an integral part of who I am. I have always known I wanted to be a nurse. To care for people...

    Compassion, Health, Health care 571  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosphy on Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Antony Wilson The University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing In partial fulfillment of the requirements of N3645 Transition to Professional Nursing Jeanean Boyd,MSN,RN March 12, 2012 Online RN-BSN Introduction In this paper I will explain why I believe strongly in my personal philosophy of nursing. As I learn more about nursing philosophers such as: Dorthea Orem, Hildegard Peplau, Faye Glenn Abdellah, and Joyce Travelbee I see a common thread...

    Empathy, Nurse, Nurse education 834  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing Theories Processes Submitted January 26, 2010 Personal Philosophy of Nursing Belief is the reflection of values that guides one to plan and set goals in their personal and professional Life. With this in mind, and that caring is the essence of nursing practice, my career path goals were outlined and focused on concept of education , health and care. My perspectives and beliefs about nursing as a profession have been gradually developed throughout...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Health 1943  Words | 6  Pages

  • Personal Beliefs

    our lives around a set of beliefs we have on ourselves, on others and on the world around us.  These beliefs shape our decisions, thoughts and ultimately our actions then as a result whether we know it or not.  It is beliefs that also shape us into the individuals we are and it is these very beliefs that limit or allow us to change and grow in our lives as well.  We all have them, we all have a unique set of beliefs even if many overlap, and we often don’t examine our beliefs enough to truly understand...

    Plan, Planning, Strategic management 2166  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Personal Nursing Philosphy

    My Personal Nursing Philosophy            According to the American Nurses Association, nursing is defined as “protection, promotion, and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations” (American Nurses Association, 2004, p. 7). However there is much more to nursing, as a whole and throughout this paper I will be discussing my own personal...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 1058  Words | 3  Pages

  • personal beliefs

     Morals Paper La’Constica University of Louisiana at Monroe Growing up in a southern baptist church is one of the major influences on my personal values. My great grandparents were the pastor and first lady. They were also two of the five founders of the church. No matter what I am doing or what life throws at me I revert back to my upbringing. I remember being so young learning the ten commandments and Psalms 23. I was taught at a very young age that Jesus is the son of God and...

    Ethics, Family, God 2073  Words | 7  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy � SEQ CHAPTER H R 1RUNNING HEAD: PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING Kristen Bunge University of Phoenix NUR/391 February 20, 2008 PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING My philosophy in nursing is to uphold the dignity of my patients during their vulnerable time of need, care for the patients physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally; current beliefs and values that I try to uphold throughout my life. According to Chitty, "philosophy is defined...

    Health, Health care, Illness 613  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    My philosophy in nursing is the devotion to deliver the utmost personal patient care I am capable of delivering to the ill, may it be physically, mentally, or emotional, as well as to the challenged in time of need. In order to define my philosophy of nursing, I had to take time out and re-examine my value system, and my beliefs. As I think about it I know I am a caring and compassionate nurse. I reminisced back to the late 70's, my upbringing in foreign countries and having been exposed to diverse...

    Dictionary, Health, Health care 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy

    Nursing Philosophy: Musings on a Personal Practice Tiina Allen University of Texas at Arlington In partial fulfillment of the requirements of Transition to Professional Nursing NURS 3645 Jeanean Boyd, MSN, RN October 05, 2012 Online RN-BSN Nursing Philosophy: Musings on a Personal Practice We often hear that nursing is an art and a science, and I firmly believe that. The way a nurse blends those aspects...

    Florence Nightingale, Hospital, Need 1583  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Personal Story of Nursing

    A Personal Story of Nursing Knowing: Knowing, My Experience A Personal Story of Nursing Knowing In this paper I would like to discuss important interactions I had with different nursing staffs and how these nurses showed esthetics knowing and personal knowing in the treatment of my grandmother and how these two patterns of knowing are intertwined. This hospital experience and the nursing I witnessed has definitely impacted me and has guided me to where...

    Breast cancer, Cancer, Chemotherapy 832  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing I believe that balance is necessary to living a healthy lifestyle. Fun and pleasure are a necessity of life. When you are living healthy, you are building up your immune system, strengthening your body and mind, fueling yourself with nutrients that will help you to grow and progress, and becoming stronger, quicker, confident, conscious, and bettering yourself all-around. Personal Philosophy on Personal Health I aim to eat as little processed foods as possible...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1009  Words | 3  Pages

  • Definition of Nursing

    DEFOFNURSING Definition of Nursing Mary Hays 2-8-2009 Definition of Nursing One’s personal beliefs regarding the Nursing Profession will be examined in this Definition of Nursing paper. The major elements of nursing in our society today will be defined. Personal and professional values will be defined in part through the use of examples from personal clinical practice. A statement of how these values relate...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1473  Words | 5  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Mental Health Nursing

     Personal Philosophy of Mental Health Nursing Bonnie K. Wright University of Charleston Each individual has their own personal philosophy of mental health nursing. Throughout this paper there will be facts, and my personal thoughts. This is including the following topics; mental health, mental illness, continuum of mental health/mental illness, defense mechanisms, therapeutic tools, and self-awareness in the nurse. The words mental health placed together creates...

    Health, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Mental disorder 1856  Words | 9  Pages

  • Beliefs About Health and Wellness

    Beliefs About Health and Wellness: A Comparison of American and Chinese Cultures Being knowledgeable about cultural differences prevents misconceptions of a culture by the viewing of another. The culture in which a person lives tends to imprint its beliefs and morals on that person from the time he/she is born. In this essay, I will compare cultural values and beliefs about health and wellness in American and Chinese cultures. Since this is a huge subject I will limit the discussion to...

    China, Culture, Health 1216  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    component of the metaparadigm of nursing must be considered. This metaparadigm was first developed by Florence Nightingale and is still a valid and important tool nurses use every day. Its four components are person, environment, health and nursing each works to help the other for a better understanding and application of proper care (Fawcett, 1994). The first paradigm refers not only to a person, but also to the families or social groups who are involved in the nursing treatment. A nurse’s care must...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Healthcare occupations 1486  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Personal Definition of Nursing

    because I wanted to make others feel the way she made me feel. My personal definition of nursing is encompassed within that one nurse. A nurse should be loving, compassionate, dependable, competent, empathic, responsible, joyful and comforting (just to name a few). A nurse not only cares for the physical aspect of the patient but the mind and spirit as well. I believe a nurse should promote physical and emotional well-being. Nursing is more than just administering medications and performing different...

    Critical thinking, Health care, Health care provider 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • nursing philosophy

    explain my personal philosophy of nursing. I will discuss how my philosophy relates to the nursing profession, healthcare and five central concepts basic to good nursing care. As a nurse it is important to define personal philosophies, I believe they are the driving force of patient care and how we perceive the healthcare environment that we work in every day. It is what makes us who we are and determines how we care for our patients. This is extremely important to me because I practice nursing with the...

    Ethics, Health, Health care 1173  Words | 3  Pages

  • philosophy of nursing

     Personal Philosophy of Nursing Madeline A. Cameron Oklahoma Wesleyan University My personal philosophy views nursing as a calling. I believe that all nurses have a personal duty to delineate personal and spiritual truths, pursue continuing education and provide competent and unbiased care to all patients. “Spirituality in health is inextricable in each person’s search for the discovery of the truth about self and the meaning and purpose of life.” (PubMed.gov, 1997) In order...

    Bias, Health, Health care 666  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    excellent nursing care (Srivastava, 2007). However, health care provider’s roles and responsibilities in meeting health care needs of the clients in consideration to cultural perspective and diversity are getting more challenging and complicated due to increased number of people from a group of multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society, which, in turn requires health care providers to acknowledge and understand variations of cultural healthcare beliefs, values and practices. Transcultural nursing is essential...

    Competence, Culture, Four stages of competence 2676  Words | 7  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Alicia Waggoner NUR 391 September 15, 2010 Sandra Ulmer, RN, PHN, MSN Personal Philosophy of Nursing Edwards stated “philosophy is an attitude toward life and reality that evolves from each nurses beliefs” (1997, p. 1089). To figure out one’s philosophy of nursing, the nurse has to first figure out what nursing means to the...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophy of Nursing

    overview of my philosophy of nursing. I used online and literature documentations and I began the paper by defining nursing according to International Council of Nursing. The website for more information: http://www.icn.ch/about-icn/icn-definition-of-nursing/. I used Nightingale’s thoughts to describe four metaparadigms of nursing which are person, environment, health and nursing, and described how nursing integrates these concepts according to the literature Nursing Theories: The base for professional...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Medicine 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Personal Relationship and Beliefs

    May 16, 2012 English 105 Casey Kadavy My Personal Relationship and Beliefs As a young child, I remember my parents teaching me this bible verse, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16 and it has become the foundation for my religious belief system. Growing up, my mom and dad influenced my religious beliefs system and help make it what it is today. They taught me the...

    Christianity, Creed, Faith 1132  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Ethics

    Personal Ethics Ethics is a moral guide that helps a person understands right from wrong. A person’s moral guide is developed by how they were raised, the books they read, the experiences they have lived through, religious beliefs, and cultural beliefs. These experiences allow a person to learn right from wrong, good from bad through their own and other’s experiences and creating their own set of ethics. People take their set of ethics into their personal and professional life and continue to...

    Culture, Ethics, Immanuel Kant 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Jessica Pons NUR/391 January 28, 2013 Sharon Thompson Personal Philosophy of Nursing To formulate my personal philosophy of nursing, I had to look at what my core values were. I am a kind, compassionate, honest, and caring. I chose nursing as my profession because nursing is something that always has been in my blood. I believe human life is precious and is to be valued. Not only do I consider my patient’s wellbeing, but I also look at the wellbeing of...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1494  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philosophy of Nursing

    Philosophy of Nursing Leddy and Pepper (2003) defined philosophy of nursing as the intellectual and affective outcomes of the professional nurses' efforts to understand the ultimate relationship among humans, environment, and health; to approach nursing as a scientific discipline; to integrate a sense of values into practice; to appreciate esthetic elements that contribute to health and well-being; and to articulate a personal belief system about human beings, environment, health and nursing. Hubert...

    Autonomy, Culture, Health 670  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Philosophy Statement

     Nursing Philosophy Statement Rutvi Patel Grand Canyon University: NSG-301 March 31, 2015 Nursing Philosophy Statement Everyday someone is coming across a problem that they have to face, the information’s that people expand, and the things that we learn are engaged and processed in our daily life has made the world that it is today. An individual in their lifetime has contributed to the society at some point in their lifetime, whether it has been through teaching, sharing their ideas or...

    Ethics, Health care, Health care provider 963  Words | 4  Pages

  • Personal and Professional Matrix

     Personal and Professional Challenge Matrix Worksheet NUR391 Professional Nursing Practice Liz Gonzalez RN, PHN, MSN/Ed University of Phoenix Material Personal and Professional Challenges Matrix Worksheet Use the following matrix to describe three personal and three professional challenges. For each challenge, describe time and stress management techniques along with personal development resources that may help a nurse overcome these challenges. Personal Challenge Time Management...

    Homework, Learning, Management 356  Words | 3  Pages

  • Beliefs About Assessment

     Beliefs About Assessment Janeen Jackson MTE/559 September 1, 2014 Richard Mather Abstract Assessments are designed to measure how students are learning, measure academic targets and how to plan lessons. This paper will explain my beliefs about assessments. I feel assessments have their place in academia, but it should be used to define a student’s (or a teacher’s) potential ability. Beliefs About Assessment How must assessment be carried out? Assessment must be carried out...

    Education, Educational assessment and evaluation, Educational psychology 804  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Nursing Philosophy

    As I sit here pondering how I would communicate my values and beliefs, I think of my current job as a personal trainer, similar to nursing, on a daily basis I help individuals with their personal health both inside and out. In my job there is no room for my values or beliefs, just facts, education and being a good listener. I believe the day I become a nurse the only “values and beliefs” that I will need are those contained in the oath I take the day I become a nurse, and those...

    Health, Human, Individual 741  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philosophy of Nursing

    Philosophy of Nursing: The Art and Science of Caring Stephanie Gray Jacksonville University Philosophy of Nursing: The Art and Science of Caring According to Chitty (2004), “Philosophies of nursing are statements of beliefs about nursing and expressions of values in nursing that are used as bases for thinking and activity” (p. 230). Developing a personal philosophy of nursing must integrate the elements of nursing, the individual, the environment, health, and illness. Throughout this paper...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 1267  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spirituality and Religion in Nursing

    Spirituality and Religion in Nursing Stephanie Shoulders Facilitator: Marsha Conroy NUR 332-A: Nursing Theory for the Clinicians September, 12, 2012 Plagiarism Statement I have read and understand the plagiarism policy as outlined in the syllabus and the sections in the IWU Catalog relating to the IWU Honesty/Cheating Policy. By affixing this statement to the second page of my paper, I certify that I have not cheated or plagiarized in the process of completing this assignment. I also certify...

    Meditation, Nurse, Nursing 1271  Words | 4  Pages

  • An Essay About Nursing

    has always triggered some sympathetic feelings in me. Often, the sight of the sick would make so uncomfortable that I always desired to help them. Being a very inquisitive child, I would inquire about the conditions and go into the trouble of thinking about the solution to the problem. My passion for nursing manifested itself right from the childhood times when I would attend to my injured classmates and playmates when everyone else took to their heels at the mere sight of blood. As a trained nurse...

    Florence Nightingale, Hospital, Mental confusion 1492  Words | 4  Pages

  • personal growth

    Historical Development Of Nursing, Professional Nursing, Socialization, Trends In Nursing, Career Development Objective: 1,2,9,10 Chapters. 1,2,3 24,25 Pre-class = Complete reading. Review the IOM report on the Future of Nursing: www.thefutureofnursing.org Find the JUSON Philosophy. Post-class = Conduct interview and begin work on Personal Career Development Paper –due 9/14 mn Personal Philosophy of Nursing Paper – begin research. Paper due 9/21 mn Personal Career Development Paper –...

    Nursing, Nursing practice, Nursing theory 919  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ethical and Legal Issue in Nursing

    March 11, 2014 Renee Martin-Thornton Ethical and Legal Issues Ethics is an integral part to nursing practice. The American Code of Ethics for Nurses (ANA) with interpretive statements acts as a guide for professional conduct by outlining the ethical values of the profession. The Code provides the profession with a statement of responsibility to the public and serves as a basis for individual nursing decisions in clinical situations when ethical dilemmas arise. The code integrates universal, ethical...

    Business ethics, Ethics, Health care 875  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Cindy Lucas Jacksonville University November 12, 2012 Personal Philosophy of Nursing The nursing profession is not just a job, it is a higher calling. The amount of work, time, and emotion that goes into nursing practice holds nurses to a much higher standard than the average nine to five office job. Nurses must be proficient in a background of anatomy, physiology, and the way drugs and diseases work. Nurses must also combine that knowledge with sharp critical...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Morality 1450  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theory Analysis

     Nursing Theory Analysis Isaiah G. Wachira American Sentinel University N505 PE Theoretical Foundations July 27, 2014 Dr. Kehm Nursing Theory Analysis Nursing Theory Analysis – Health Belief Model and Social Cognitive Theory Introduction As nurses, it is important to have a basic understanding of the nursing practice by reflecting on various nursing theories and principles used across a variety of clinical settings. Nursing theories serve as the foundation or the guiding principle of the nursing...

    Educational psychology, Health, Learning 1345  Words | 7  Pages

  • Personal Ethics

    Personal Ethics The individual standards that establish my personal world view and the philosophy of nursing are the nurses in my opinion breathe and live nursing. This profession of nursing is all encompassing, self-governing, and mutual. Nursing involve providing care to all without any discrimination of age or sex, well or sick, communities, families, groups, and this takes rest in all setting. This view of nursing enables me to consider the psychosocial, the spiritual and the physical...

    Culture, Ethics, Illness 1183  Words | 5  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing University of texas Personal Philosophy of Nursing Since I was very young, I have always wanted to be a nurse. As a 5 year-old, I practiced nursing playing with my dolls and younger sister. Now, when I look back and remember what I was doing as a young girl, it reminds me the simple and unique quality of nursing, which is caring and comforting. According to Rogers nursing is "a learned profession, both a science and an art" (as cited in Masters, 2009 ). The...

    Health, Health education, Human 1047  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal ethics

     Personal Ethics Grand Canyon University: NRS- 437V Personal Ethics In our day to day life, each and every person is responsible to make personal decisions, which can have great influence on their workplace, family, colleagues, their country and the entire world. Personal ethics means that an individual recognized within respect to other people and some situations which they face in their day to...

    Culture, Ethics, Florence Nightingale 1010  Words | 5  Pages

  • NURSING ETHICS

     BRITTANY HENSON GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY APRIL 26, 2015 NURSING ETHICS PROFESSOR LINNETTE NOLTE What is personal ethics? Many people have their own perceptions and definition of what personal ethics are. When speaking about personal ethics this topic deals with what an individual believes to be morally right or wrong. Personal ethics comes from what one was taught by child by their caregiver whether it was mom, dad, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, or uncle. Since these ethics were instilled...

    Bioethics, Blood transfusion, Ethics 816  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philosophy of Nursing

     Philosophy of Nursing paper February, 10, 2014 As a nurse in a long term acute care hospital (LTAC). A person to me is an individual, families, and communities in all ages and backgrounds that are in need of nursing care. A person is a sick patient in the hospital in need of nursing care to promote healing and maintain health. The patients are surrounded by their environment, internal and external. Internal environment is their biophysiological self and their...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1285  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philosophy of Practical Nursing

    Philosophy of Nursing Nor Quest College Nursing Foundations-8 NFDN 2008 Assignment- 3 December 19, 2012 Personal philosophy of practical Nursing: Personally, nursing is my way of giving back to society. I enjoy helping others and giving of myself gives me pleasure, peace of mind and spirit. This is way different view than when I started my first nursing career. I have found there is far more to healing than medicine. I believe that this level of interaction provide a therapeutic...

    Culture, Florence Nightingale, Human 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophy Of Nursing

    Running head: PHILOSOPHY 1 " " " " " " " " " My Personal Philosophy of Nursing Valeria Gates Walden University
 PHILOSOPHY 2 Abstract A nursing philosophy explains what nursing is and why nurses practice the way that they do. A philosophy of nursing is usually created by an individual nurses for use in their daily practice. Nurses use their personal philosophy to explain what he or she believes nursing is, the role of nursing in the healthcare field and how the nurse interacts with the patient...

    Culture, Health care, Health promotion 1214  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Personal Nursing Philosophy

     Nursing Philosophy Mary Bartley Broward College The integration of nursing theories with a philosophical perspective lays the framework for nursing practice (McCurry, Revell & Roy, 2008). My philosophy of nursing is to provide holistic care meeting the physical, social, economic, cognitive, and spiritual health of a person. This philosophy embraces the four elements of the nursing metaparadigm, which is person...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 737  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing

    ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES OF NURSING Many confusing factors make it a task to establish, monitor and sustain ethical and legal issues in nursing. Everyone has various personal views based on experiences of life, religion, education and political affiliations, all nurses should be aware about nursing laws and ethics and understand how nursing legal issues can affect them. The American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics is very influential to nurses because it is used as a framework...

    Ethics, Law, Morality 954  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophy Of Nursing Assignment 2

     My Philosophy of Nursing Elaine Boisvert 3054401 Athabasca University Lyndie Shih NURS 324 July 4th 2012 My Philosophy of Nursing Philosophy is defined as the study of the basic principles and concepts of a particular branch of knowledge; embracing and seeking wisdom through reason and the logical presentation of ideas. This concept, I believe, is to strip an idea down to its fundamental basis or theory, analyzing cause rather than effect, then through investigation and exercise...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nursing 2588  Words | 11  Pages

  • A Philosophy of Nursing

    Running Head: A PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING 1 A Philosophy of Nursing Megan Cole, RN Georgia Southern University NURS 3139 Fall 2012 A PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING 2 A Philosophy of Nursing The American Nurse’s Association’s Nursing’s Social Policy Statement (2003) defines nursing as the “protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Human 1133  Words | 4  Pages

  • Typography and Professional Nursing

    Professional Nursing Part A Week 2 Assignment Instructions: Personal Philosophy of Nursing Submit by 0800 Monday of Week 3. NOTE: You will create a new Word document for this Assignment instead of typing directly into this document. Overview: “Personal Philosophy of Nursing” In this week’s Assignment, you will draft a formal paper expressing your personal philosophy of nursing. In this paper, you will provide a framework for your personal practice of nursing and reflect on why you chose nursing as a...

    Comparison of word processors, Microsoft Word, Nursing 1524  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing Philosphy

    My Values and Beliefs as a Nurse Mukesh Sharma The University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing In partial fulfillment of the requirements of N3645 Transition to Professional Nursing Part A Jeanean Boyd, MSN, RN April 21, 2013 Online RN-BSN My Values and Beliefs as a Nurse We all have our own philosophies about what we do in our lives or toward life itself. The same way, we have our own philosophies behind the work we do or the profession we carry. ‘Philosophy’ basically...

    Health care, Health care provider, Nurse 2481  Words | 7  Pages

  • Metaparadigm of Nursing

    of the profession of nursing is developed around the idea of providing different dimensions of care to individuals in need by use of science and the promotion of health. As follows, nurses must always take a holistic approach towards the care of their clients and in order to maintain the same approach among all clients; the metaparadigm of nursing was developed. The metaparadigm of nursing was first developed by Florence Nightingale and has since been adopted by all nursing professionals. This is...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Personal Ethics

    Personal ethics What personal, cultural, and spiritual values contribute to your worldview and philosophy of nursing? How do these values shape or influence your nursing practice? Ethics and values form the basis of nursing. Nurses provide nursing care by preventing illness, reducing suffering and promoting restoration of health in individuals, families, societies and communities. Nursing involves technical skills and abilities, duty and service to others with compassion and efficient decision-making...

    Ethics, Health, Health care 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • Professionalism in Nursing

    Professionalism in Nursing Abstract Nursing requires not only having the education and compassion of helping others; it requires having a professional outlook. Having and displaying a professional outlook requires you to have the attitude and appearance and the willingness to help others. Professionalism in Nursing Professionalism In order to understand the concept of professionalism, we first need to define the word profession. Webster describes profession as a “chosen, paid occupation...

    Florence Nightingale, Health care, Milbank Quarterly 1253  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    during operation.Patient general condition was very weak and lethargic. Her oral intake was poor too. The consultant in charge has started treatment on Total Parental Nutritional (TPN) daily for 18 hours. This TPN is given via a peripheral line for about two days. Other than that they also use the same line to infuse other intravenous medication (antibiotic). According to the nurses, they have suggested to the consultant to put central venous catheter (CVC) since the patient have many intravenous (IV)...

    Florence Nightingale, Intravenous therapy, Nurse 2007  Words | 6  Pages

  • Is Nursing A Profession

     Is Nursing a Profession? What is a profession? According to one definition a profession is an occupation that is based on a complex set of skills and knowledge that is used in the service of others. This definition also says that the members of this occupation abide by a code of ethics and commit themselves to competence, integrity, morality and many other qualities that promote public good (Cruess, Johnston, & Cruess, 2004, p. 74). According to this very definition, nursing is a professional...

    Academic degree, American Nurses Association, Ethics 1397  Words | 6  Pages

  • Personal Ethics

    Personal Ethics Personal ethics comes from inside and are influenced by our everyday life and people around us. The directions we obtain as a child helps to form and begin our awareness of ethics. My upbringing memoirs and experiences instilled a well-built belief in family structure and significance of family in general. I was fortunate to be born and brought up in India in a traditional Roman Catholic family. My father was a doctor and he died of heart attack when I was ten years old. My mother...

    Ethics, Family, Health care 1538  Words | 4  Pages

  • Transcultural Nursing,

    Contemporary Issues in Nursing Contemporary Issues in Nursing There are many contemporary nursing issues. This paper will look into Transcultural Nursing, one of the more important issues, especially in tri-state area. According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census (2000), over 30% of the total population, or one out of every three persons in the United States (U.S.), is comprised of various ethnicities other than non-Hispanic Whites. This statistic highlights that the U.S. has a significant...

    Anthropology, Communication, Cross-cultural communication 913  Words | 3  Pages

  • 27 Theorists and Theories About Nursing

    27 Theorists and Theories About Nursing and Health 323 Share on Facebook277 7 5 6 20 8 There are different nursing theories and health theories to help us explain the phenomena we are experiencing in health. Since nursing knowledge is the inclusive total of the philosophies, theories, research, and practice wisdom of the discipline, these theories define what nursing is or what sets it apart from different professions. Below is a shortlist of different health and nursing theories. Contents [show]...

    Developmental psychology, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Jean Piaget 910  Words | 7  Pages

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