What Nursing Means To Me Essays and Term Papers

  • My Nursing Career

    Me and my nursing career As a child, a nurse wearing a white uniform and a doctor wearing white coat fascinated me. My cousin was a nurse and often when I visited her, I felt a force pulling me or attracting me to that white uniform. Never realized until I became a nurse that it was not a dream, I was...

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  • Level of Instructor Caring

    accomplish this goal. Caring has been valued as a central component of nursing for the past three decades. Tanner (1990) emphasized caring as a core value in nursing education and practice. Since caring is the central focus of nursing, close attention should be given to the practice, study, and teaching...

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  • Philosophy of Nursing

    Nursing Care of the Families 04/19/2012 Nursing is a profession on the rise. To be a nurse means to care for the sick or give medical attention to a sick person. Although this is what a nurse technically does there is so much more nurses bring to the profession. I believe as nurse I bring dedication...

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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Philosophy of Nursing Personal Philosophy of Nursing Pamela Metzger September 11, 2011 Jacksonville University Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing Philosophy What is nursing, what does nursing mean to me? After much thought I have put together a few ideas of what the term...

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  • Nursing Professionalism

    on my individual views of what professionalism in nursing means to me and how professionalism is important to nursing as a profession. Professionalism in nursing provides a framework for the development and advances in the profession of nursing. Factors that influenced me to become a nurse are explained...

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  • Accountable Practitioner

    another or using your own initiative (Griffith and Tengnah, 2010). The consideration of what accountability means in nursing practice is a key part in the foundation of nursing, some would say that being accountable means being responsible, and as a consequence taking the blame when something goes wrong....

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  • My Goals to Become a Nurse

    What Nursing Means to Me Abstract How the nursing field chose me and the meaning of the nursing field. My work got me started in the nursing fielding. It is hard going back to school and study nursing. The starting salaries for most registered nurses. People have many goals in life they want to...

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  • My Nursing Ethics

    Moral Compass Marie Panao NRS 437V-0103 December 1, 2012 My Professional Moral Compass The code of ethics is an important part of the nursing foundation where nurses are directed to practice with compassion and respect for human dignity, responsibility, accountability, confidentiality and...

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  • Nursing Fundamentals

    Nursing Fundamentals  Nursing is something I feel very passionately about, and always have. Since I was a  little girl I have always taken an interest in caring for others, and putting them before myself.  I want to make a difference in people’s lives, and I think that nursing is the best way for me  ...

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  • Jean Watson: a Caring Moment

    Theories and Models of Nursing Practice April 4, 2011 Stephanie Merck, APRN, MS, CS Background of theory The caring theorist, Jean Watson, first developed her theory and published the philosophy and science of caring in 1979 (Current Nursing, 2011). She describes nursing as a process of caring...

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  • Pragmatic View

    liked this patient (CCP#1), it seems that we connected right away after our first meeting (CCP#4). He shared with me his life story [referred to as phenomenal field by Watson], which allowed me to know him as a person not just “a case” going for surgery on our unit. I welcome him as he is admitted onto...

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  • Theory of Nursing

    of Nursing Before making the critical decision to enroll in a nursing program it is important to seek out information on nursing as a vocation. The program at this school is rigorous and time consuming and, therefore, should not be ventured into lightly. In this paper I will go through what I have...

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  • Nursing

    Nursing "Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, It requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation, as any painter´s or sculptor´s work; for what is the having to do with dead canvas or dead marble, compared with having to do with the living body, the temple of God´s spirit? It is...

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  • Personal Statement

    science in nursing (BSN), I am hoping to advance my career in the field of pediatric cardiology. I am currently a staff nurse in an outpatient cardiology clinic. My experiences over the past twelve years in pediatric nursing have taught me that without an education, I am limited to what I can offer...

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  • Nursing Philosophy

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Before I can discuss my personal philosophy of nursing, I would need to describe what philosophy of nursing means. It is the love or pursuit of knowledge, with your own system of beliefs and concepts; and incorporating that while caring for the client. Health promotion...

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  • Nursing

    Nursing Essay: Sample Reflecting on one’s Communication Skills Introduction Nursing students can enhance their learning through reflection that is, reflecting on a situation that involves nursing care (Parker 2006, p.115). In line with this thought, I shall reflect on an experience and discuss...

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  • Paper1

    The employment market is competitive. With increased demand for registered nurses, one way to separate myself is to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. (Bureau of Labor...

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  • Nursing Career

    A Nursing Career Nursing Career As I began analyzing what does a career mean to me the first thing that comes to heart is a professional. Wikipedia dictionary (2013) describes “ Nursing as a profession within the health sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities...

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  • Mission & Ethics in Health Care

    patient. As a nurse, I believe that nursing care is a calling from God to act as “healers” to the community of people. Nursing is a gift that not everyone is given, and is something that is born from within. When people I know first question my career choice of nursing, there are times where I get back...

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  • Philosophy of Teaching

    many others. Each has an effect on me as I also affect their lives. Nursing is a discipline of knowledge acquired both through formal education and through life experiences. The sum of these parts continues to alter and refine my nursing. My roles outside of nursing enhance my personal knowledge which...

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