Nursing As A Noble Profession

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INTRODUCTION:

Nursing has been radically changed throughout the past years however, this profession profoundly corroborates with care and compassion. Moreover, nurses have to demonstrate lot of empathy and sympathy while delivering care for someone. Especially, when someone is facing challenges with physically inaptness and not susceptible with the medical intervention due to suffering of diseases. Indeed, nursing is considered as a noble profession owing to the care and sympathy with greater understanding for all human beings regardless of any dissonances. (Rabig J et al 2006). Predominantly, nursing considers as care giving profession however, in my view it is imperative during practicing healthcare and demands more toiled study rather than caring a patient. Besides, present nursing education system opens up more avenues to understand medical process thoroughly. However, it contradicts the traditional ideology pertaining to the nursing profession as taboo of “Care giver”.

Profoundly, nursing has been considered the care giving profession accounted by nuns and by some monks. In United Kingdom it is often called as honorable job and often known as “sisters” Goldstein, J. S. (2004).

Nursing is can not be only construed as a profession of providing care for the sick and unwell but in reality nursing is protection promotion and optimization of health and abilities prevention of illness, injuries and alleviation of suffering through diagnosis and treatment of human…
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