This paper brings up my personal nursing philosophy that I am planning to deliver in my nursing career. I believe that nursing is more than merely as a profession, it also involves my medical knowledge combined it with a commitment to quality nursing care with compassion, respect, dignity, and advocacy for each patient. I believe that the interdisciplinary care and collaboration in the medical field are crucial elements that lead to a healthy relationship among healthcare professionals in promoting
In the nursing field, there are different philosophies in how a nurse cares for their patients. Throughout the years since nursing inception, there have been many different philosophies that have contributed to the nursing practice today. For instance, Florence Nightingale was one of the first persons to address the philosophy, “What is Nursing?” She explained the difference between nursing and medicine (Black, 2007, p.331). As a nurse, the development of your own philosophy can model those previous
1 Seven Points of Philosophy of Healthcare Tamar J. Aviles Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences Philosophy of Healthcare Final Project 2 Abstract This paper analyzes seven view points on the topic of Philosophy of Healthcare. The seven view points are blended into this paper by discussing what factors highly influenced my decision to choose healthcare as my set profession in life. Also discussing the Nature of Mankind, stating a few qualities that are highly important
Introduction In the nursing field there are different philosophies in how a nurse cares for their patients. Throughout the years since nursing inception there have been many different philosophies that has contributed to the nursing practice today. For instance, Florence Nightingale was one of the first persons to address the philosophy, “What is Nursing?” She explained the difference from nursing and medicine (Black, 2007, p.331). As a nurse, the developing of your own philosophy can model those previous
unaware that my life would change. For the first time I became exposed to law. Since my first mock trial in the third grade, I came to recognize that law is not black and white, but shades of grey; just as life is full of grey. Reflecting on the relationship between law and life, my passion for law grew. My studies, my experiences, my determination and my curiosity became a reflection of my career goals. Ambitious and determined to become a lawyer, I entered college with political science on my mind.
nursing has led to changes in nursing philosophy and allowed for practitioners of Nursing to meld these philosophies together to form their own philosophy. In this paper I will explain my philosophy of nursing and compare it to Virginia Henderson 's definition of nursing along with discussing some of the changes to Nurse philosophy I will also discuss some of the difficulties to being a patient advocate. My Nursing philosophy My philosophy of Nursing has changed from my first experience with Nursing to
How My Nursing Philosophy and Experience Will Continue Evolving and Refining Through the Program A philosophy refers to a set of values, attitudes, and beliefs that an individual or group have. I think my nursing philosophy and experience will continue developing and refining through this nursing program by reviewing philosophical persuasions that include realism, idealism, existentialism, and experimentalism. The program provides a platform of exercising the persuasions, therefore, helping in the
My Philosophy of a Nurse My philosophy of a nurse is described by essence of nursing, caring, the science, the art, and the ethical behaviors consideration to every patient. To me nursing is about empathy and attempting to comprehend patients on all emotional, physical, and mental status. Building up a philosophy of nursing and patient care is crucial to the improvement of each competent nurse. This paper evaluates on topics related to my philosophy of a nurse which I plan on to pursue my nursing
in a close relationship with my own ethical values and goals towards the medical profession. These are including an understanding of the psychological, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of human health and the ability to communicate effectively with patients. I believe that these can promote the complete development of a medical student, including academic, spiritual, and social awareness. As I read the University website, I understand that Georgetown 's philosophy is centered in "Cura Personalis"
“My little girl is going to make it far! This one is going to see the world!”, uttered my grandfather as he held me for the first time after I was born. It turned out he was right as always. My life story includes escaping war-torn Kabul on a donkey which my family and I are lucky to have survived after nearly being hit by a missile, then immigrating to Germany for hopes of a better future and lastly ending up in the United States as a teenager. Three different continents and each provided me with