Nursing My Dream Profession

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Nursing: My Dream Profession Nursing as I know is an important component of the health care delivery system that requires a whole lot of energy and time to put in patient welfare. Although, nursing is a profession that is rewarding and challenging, I have always admired becoming a nurse someday in the future. As a child, I had my father as a role model. My father was a nurse in Cameroon, central Africa. When he retired, he settled back in the rural area where I and the rest of my family lived with him. Considering the fact that the medical system in Africa is shallow, my father wanted to make a difference. As a result of his desire to help people, he opened a clinic and was treating a lot of people in the rural area. He saved the lives…show more content…
I know that in order to give effective care to individual’s wellness and illnesses requires one to possess a higher qualification so that one could act as a patient advocate in future. However, going through the challenges of passing through the science classes were tough, such as Biology, chemistry and math which had voluminous assignments, coupled with the biology and chemistry labs which were really stressful. My desire to become a nurse surpassed all academic obstacles. It was very challenging that sometimes I felt like giving up, but realizing my dream was more important. I had all the necessary encouragement and help needed, thanks to the America educational system. Having the keep a job and take care of my kids became a challenge, but I never relent from my study. In fact, I had all the reasons to say my success for completing my prerequisites was due to the tremendous effort, and aggressive manner that I had used to put pressure on these science teachers to teach me, thus, I credit my success to them. Generally speaking, nursing had been a profession that I had admired since when I was a young girl because my father had instilled that assertion in me. Also, thanks to the experiences that I have as a certified nursing assistant. Becoming a nurse will not only fulfill my dream, but will also make me an asset to
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