Personal Professional Goals Of Operating Room Nurse Essays and Term Papers

  • The Back Door

    I was offered positions in various specialties at every institution I applied. I chose to work at a prestigious teaching institution in the operating room. I want to work in an environment where nursing and medical advancements occurred. I share this with you because I chose another back door while...

    Premium | 1638 Words | 5 Pages

  • Nursing Career and its Advantages in doing Higher Education

    I chose this profession because; I like to be a role model for the new nurses. After I graduated as a Registered Nurse (RN) in 1999 my first patient said, “If an Angel has dropped from heaven that is you nurse”. R.Mariam (personal communication, June, 1999). This sentence inspired me a lot and gave hope...

    Premium | 1509 Words | 7 Pages

  • Professional Dev. Plan

    Professional Development Plan Rebecca Young Kaplan University Professional Development Plan I am a Registered Nurse with over twenty years’ experience. Ever since I can remember I always wanted to be a nurse. My grandmother was a Registered Nurse and had a great influence on the way I wanted...

    Premium | 1540 Words | 4 Pages

  • Research Paper

    Perioperative Nurse Perioperative nurses also called Operating Room (OR) nurses are Registered Nurses (RNs) who are relied upon for their professional judgment and critical thinking skills. Perioperative nurses may work closely with the surgical patient, family members, and other health care...

    Premium | 3175 Words | 6 Pages

  • History of John Howland

    lh005@lancastergeneralcollege.edu January 1, 2011 Address Dear Hello. My name is Leslie Howland and I am interested in a position as an Operating Room nurse for Lancaster General Hospital. I graduated from the Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences with an Associates Degree in...

    Premium | 2378 Words | 7 Pages

  • Nursing Experiencing Mentorship & Reflection of Practice

    Mentorship Through out the years the nursing profession has changed, through evidence based practice, and nursing research the profession has elevated. Nurses have the tremendous responsibility of human lives in their hands, and as such the demand for clinical competence is essential. Academic education is...

    Premium | 1275 Words | 4 Pages

  • History of Nursing

    Abstract We all know what it is that nurses do, but have we ever sat down and took the time to see how it began? How it got started? What about all the changes that has happened over the years? With this paper you will read how it began. You will learn several big changes that have taken place since...

    Premium | 1923 Words | 5 Pages

  • case study

    underpinning the nursing interventions which are to be performed in a safe, efficient and cost effective way. Furthermore, it is vital for the perioperative nurse to have well developed skills and knowledge of a range of different nursing domains including human anatomy, surgical procedures and equipment, and...

    Premium | 3178 Words | 10 Pages

  • Thinking about your career

    Green Source: The Dissector: Journal of the Perioperative Nurses College of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation. 41.1 (June 2013): p18. Document Type: Article Copyright : COPYRIGHT 2013 New Zealand Nurses' Organisation, Perioperative Nurses College http://www.nzno.org.nz/groups/colleges/perioperative_nurses_college/pnc_the_dissector...

    Premium | 1828 Words | 5 Pages

  • personal ethics

     Personal Ethics Statement Rupinder Khosa HCS/478 May 14, 2014 Shawishi Haynes Personal Ethics Statement As nurses we often find ourselves trapped in the center of ethical dilemmas between physicians, patients, family members, co-workers, and employers. In ethical dilemma our ethical...

    Premium | 646 Words | 5 Pages

  • The Case of an Operating Room Nurse Who May Have Hiv/Aids

    Abstract Every nurse should be knowledgeable about the prevention, testing, treatment, and chronicity of the disease in order to provide high-quality care to people with or at risk for HIV. It's important, therefore, to have an understanding of the changing epidemiology of the disease, the most recent...

    Premium | 997 Words | 3 Pages

  • Np Interview

    Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Interview Nursing 516 The Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) I interviewed is FS; she is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) with the department of Urology at Saint Louis University Hospital (SLUH) and has been licensed and board certified since 2010. FS graduated in...

    Premium | 1124 Words | 3 Pages

  • Nursing Methods

    importantly, in the operating theatre the role of the perioperative nurses vary for several reasons. For example, the different rules and regulation defines the role of perioperative nurses within the operating theatre and generated differently. Furthermore, from the legal, ethical or professional perspective...

    Premium | 3739 Words | 10 Pages

  • goal setting

     Personal Goals Krystal Gonzalez HCS/301 September 13, 2014 Laura Sarff Personal Goals Goal setting is a process for thinking about your future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality (Nikitina, 2012).Would you set out on a journey with no real idea...

    Premium | 1674 Words | 5 Pages

  • Legal Nursing

    Richelle A. Chiongson, RN March 18, 2013 LEGAL PROBLEMS IN NURSING 1.  Describe three (3) instances in which the conduct of the professional nurse (with regards to the treatment of patients)might be a cause for possible criminal charges.   a. Art. 253. Giving assistance to suicide....

    Premium | 15786 Words | 54 Pages

  • Opirt

    things possible. iv Introduction Nursing management and leadership are both key elements in the delivery of proper patient care. The nurse leader and nurse manager complement each other in their actions, responsibilities and roles. However, even though the two positions are complementary, the leader...

    Premium | 6814 Words | 34 Pages

  • preventive obstetrics

    MOTHER THERESA POST GRADUATE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF HEALTH SCIENCES SEMINAR ON EXTENDED AND EXPANDED ROLE OF NURSE SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY PROF DR MANJU BALA DASH Ms TESSY CHARLIE COLLEGE OF NURSING ...

    Premium | 18156 Words | 64 Pages

  • Leaders and Followers: the Roles We Each Play

    each play Helen Windon NURS-6110-6 The Nurse Leader: New Perspectives on the Profession July 10, 2011 Instructor Name Leaders and Followers: The roles we each play Introduction Throughout nursing history there have been great leaders. In every nurses career there are leaders we work with that...

    Premium | 680 Words | 3 Pages

  • Nursing Mission Statement

    promote optimal health. It is my goal to assist patients in their journey to self-care by advocating for their health and independence. This nursing mission statement will explain the functional differences between the Idaho Board of Nursing (BRN) and a professional nursing organization (PNO); this...

    Premium | 3004 Words | 11 Pages

  • The Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship

    The purpose of this paper is to examine and discuss the therapeutic nurse client relationships that a nurse fulfills in accordance with the professional standards guidelines published by the College of Nurses of Ontario. The criteria used to do this will include therapeutic communication, client centered...

    Premium | 1281 Words | 4 Pages