Bailey Storms. Schwartz. Honors English 3. 1 February 2017.
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Honors English 3
1 February 2017
Debi Mazar once said, “A hero is somebody who is selfless, who is generous in spirit, who just tries to give back as much as possible and help people. A hero to me is someone who saves people and who really deeply cares.” Anyone can be a hero, if they believe that what they are doing is serving others around them. So whatever job a person has, they have to believe in what they are doing. One might find these qualities in the career of nursing. In order to understand the profession of nursing, one must examine important skills, basic responsibilities of a nurse, and education needed,
There are lots of skills that are vital to pursuing, and being successful, in the profession of…show more content… Weather you are changing a brief or colostomy bag or a wound or a catheterization on someone who is very hard, you never lose your nurse face. You never let them know that you are grossed out because they are a human being and they already feel bad about the situation,” (Noah).
Having to deal with difficult situations and people is a daily task in the nursing profession. As Crystal said, never let them know that you are affected (Noah). Hospitalization is not normally a shining moment in someone’s life, it is normally a low point. Because of this, having compassion for the people that you are serving on a daily basis is a key factor in being successful as a nurse, as well as being rewarded from the people that you are treating.
Communication with patients and other doctors is a key aspect in keeping a nursing job. Since a nurse is often a patient’s advocate as well as a link between family members and hospital staff, the ability to effectively speak and listen is critically important (New to Nursing).
With every job, there is going to be a certain monotony that goes with it, repeating tasks that are very similar in nature. Ability to complete these tasks accurately is a vital part in being successful in, and for that matter, keeping, your job. For nursing, the day to day tasks can affect people’s lives and well-being. Along with skills needed to be an RN, there are lots of responsibilities that go along with being