Why do I want to become a nurse:
Ever since I had use of reason, I always dreamt of becoming a Doctor. When I was only 4 years old, I asked for my first microscope. When I was around 8 years old, I asked for my first chemistry set. When I was only 9 years old, I gave my Grandmother her insulin shot. All these contributed for me to be interested in the medical field.
But what made me change my mind to become an RN instead of an MD? Well, as years have prolonged and I have grown up, I have been in and out of the hospitals being a family member is sick, I got sick, etc. And the one person that actually has the one on one with the patient is the RN. They are the ones that make the difference towards the end, believe it or not. They are the ones that interact with the patients towards there needs in all aspects, being emotional & medical.
Graduating from Cardio vascular Technician, I did an internship in North Shore ER. I saw a lot of things many people have never experienced in there lives. And the people who I saw took immediate action until the MD arrived were the nurses. It was amazing. A sensation I one day would love to experience.
Even though this may sound cliché, but I want to help people. I want to be able to assist them in there needs, being emotional or medical. I want to have the knowledge to know what the patient might be suffering and take immediate action towards there health. And I know there will be moments that may be sad at the end, but I want to be that person to be there for them emotionally.
When I gave birth to my son, the nurses where the ones who made the difference, the experience was inexplicable, of coarse the birth of your child is one of the most beautiful moments of your life. But the RN’s where there for me 24/7 in all my needs. They were sweet, attentive, teach full, & passive about there career.
Also the experience when my grandfather was in the hospital during his last moments; again the RN’s pulled through with...
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