Nursing care comes in many forms. Sometimes it is the ability to make someone feel physically comfortable by various means. It is a great profession, very much in demand today. My desire to become a nurse was not simply a response, but a passion built up through my experience of caring for my father whose illness was quite sudden as he got up one morning unable to speak. Not only did my father encouraged charity, but he practiced what he advocated. This experience is the core foundation for my desire to be a registered nurse. A career in the field of nursing has a wide variety of different positions and is worth the hard work a person puts into it. Nursing and the major roles that the profession plays in the delivery of health care are not always visibly promoted to interested students in making a career decision. The satisfaction of me becoming a nurse has been found to have several impacts on the quality of care delivered, which, in due course, influences the level of patients. This also appeals to me to have a strong relationship with the value of care delivered and related costs. When I would be more satisfied with my work, it would help to reduce stress, turnover, leaves of absence, and lower word- related disability and violence claims. Being satisfied with my job would exhibit higher level of patients’ safety and less medication errors which would help increase patients’ satisfaction. As a certified nursing assistant, I have derived the pressure and love for caring for patients, and it has made me see the need of pursuing my career as a nurse. I have been gifted with the opportunity and work in a nursing home, and rehabilitation center to make people smile and help them get up to enjoy life with their 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.
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