• My Nursing Career
    am today and nursing has taught me what life is all about .I love my career and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Looking forward to expanding my nursing horizon and to enjoy the benefits and blessings it gives me. References (2010). What Does ’Being A Nurse’ Mean to You. Retrieved from...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    degree in nursing is allowing me to learn every aspect of nursing from community health to administration. This is allowing me to be a very well rounded nurse. Also dedication to me means going beyond what is expected of me. If this means staying after my shift or fixing patients hair simply because...
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  • Jean Watson: a Caring Moment
    mind, body, and soul (Watson, 1999) who needs to be nurtured, respected, understood, and assisted (Current Nursing, 2011). This not only means Gary, but also myself as the healthcare provider. I need to share my genuine self with my patients as a way to form a helping trusting relationship. My job was...
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  • Level of Instructor Caring
    clinical field what cannot be fully captured in the classroom. In some nursing literature, the stressful nature of student clinical learning has been widely described. As stated by Heart (1990), high anxiety contributes to the decrease of student learning. With the proliferation of nursing schools in...
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  • Nursing Professionalism
    Abstract This paper reports 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...
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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...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    Personal 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...
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  • Before I Become a Pediatric Nurse
    sure she is taking her medications and even make sure she walks regularly. My mom was getting sicker and sicker, I didn’t know what to do, and my sister had to stop what she was doing and helped her out. One day my mom told me, “You are my little nurse,” I was so happy that had she told me that. Few...
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  • about me
    me how long I’ve been a nurse? I stated I just become a nurse, she said are you serious!! I said yes why, she said the way you carry yourself and performing makes me think you been a nurse for a while. I asked her what do she mean, then she reply saying because you are catching on very quick. To me...
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  • Nursing-a a Noble Profession
    families. Making a patient see a better tomorrow would make my world brighter and some of them who would live to see their grand children being born. The salary derived by nurses depends on where and what type of nursing. This pay can help me take full and total responsibility of my life...
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  • Philosophy of Teaching
    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 I bring to my...
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  • Successful Future
    everyone will come to me with their symptoms and what not and I can pre diagnose them. Par 4: I am currently a certified nursing assistant. I make more than minimum wage, but nowhere near what I know I have the potential to be making with determination and an education. On average, a certified...
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  • Community Service Reflection Paper
    being responsible to me means reaching out past yourself to see what you can do. It's more than just doing my job, because that's what I am expected to do. It's doing the unexpected to make our city, and even our country, a better place....
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  • Personal Ethics
    morality to me in nursing means a system denoting what is right and wrong in conduct, character or attitude. Which brings in the concept of utilitarianism which by definition is a specific, consequence-based, ethical theory that judges as right the action that does the most good and least amount of...
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  • Pragmatic View of Watsons Theory
    he will be happy to discuss it and also asks how I have been doing. Mr. Smith knows me as a person, he does not consider me as just another nurse, I am "his nurse." He knows that I care for him and that I am committed to helping him through his ordeal (CCP#4). [This is an example of what Watson means...
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  • Nursing Philosophy
    how these factors are used in everyday nursing with me. First, I will describe what person, environment, health, and nursing mean. A person is a human being, and the recipient of care. The environment is the surroundings that influences us, and involves animate objects and inanimate objects...
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  • Midterm Career essay
    Morgan Bounds F.I.R.S.T Program Professor D’arcy October 23, 2013 Career Choice A career is a job or profession that someone does for a long time. To me it has another meaning: a career is a job or profession that you enjoy. You do not have to dread your day, but instead love what you do...
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  • Ethics of Disabled Individual
    action against me, or malpractice. The state board of nursing could also question my ethics in this scenario. I would make sure that in my charting I document things objectively and voluminously, confront the doctor about what I believe to be true, notifying my supervisor, and any outside...
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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...
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  • Accountable Practitioner
    the instructions of 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...
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