My Nursing Philosophy: My Philosophy Of Nursing

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My philosophy is one which I will stand by for the duration of my nursing profession. This philosophy is based on seeking to explore fundamental issues in population, community, family and individual health and in nursing practice. Also, an individual nurse is responsible for providing competent, empathetic, compassionate and optimal holistic care, and improving choices and obtain and disseminate information about well-being. In addition, the individual nurse has ethical commitments toward their patient and these commitments can be achieved when the nurses advocate the population, minorities and individuals' rights to access the best available healthcare services, and when the nurses encourage their patients to take an active role in planning, implementing, and evaluating their healthcare.
Nowadays, the best practice means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence, which is called evidence-based practice. But, most of the nurses’ expertise knowledge comes from the previous generation as a source
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My focus as a graduate student has always been with an eye toward Ph.D. and a career as a professional nurse informaticist and data scientist. Aware of the rigors of nursing science and data science study, I have not only completed the master of nursing science, but I took several classes that could pave the way to fulfill my ambition such as database, data warehouse, and Python language classes. For the last three years, I have been looking for a Ph.D. program that can help me to continue my specialty and expand my horizon, which I find in your university. Another reason why I am attracted to your organization is because of your willingness to provide the high quality of education to your students using new technology and university faculty. I find that admirable. I know I have the tools and the determination to excel in such a stimulating and challenging
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