Nursing Is A For Care For The Sick And Infirm ( Google ) Essay

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“The trained nurse has become one of the greatest blessings to humanity, taking a place beside the physician and the priest…” (William Osler). It goes without saying that nursing is one of the most needed, most rewarding, most challenging careers one can pursue. With each day, nurses have to mentally prepare themselves that they could save a life or lose a life, despite their complete and best efforts. Among these nurses, each has a special drive and passion for a specific field. With this paper, I have asked my Aunt Jenifer some personal questions regarding her nursing career; watching her as a child is one of the reasons that drove me to wanting to become a nurse. Nursing is broadly defined as: the profession or practice of providing care for the sick and infirm (Google). After interviewing my Aunt Jenifer, it is quickly recognized that there is so much more to nursing than taking care of people. Nursing is a personal and special calling, and only a select handful receives this calling because of the intensity of the career. The first question I chose with my Aunt was, “At what age did you want to become a nurse and was there a certain event that made this decision happen?” Her answer is clear, specific, and reassuring she was designed to be a nurse. She answered, “As a little girl I can remember playing with my dolls and little ponies and taking care of them as if I were a nurse. Growing up, I always knew I wanted to be a nurse or a teacher but when I was sixteen years

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