know my nursing preceptorship experience in the Emergency Department, education, certifications, bilingual skills, and ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment make me a well-qualified candidate for the position.
Personal Statement I have always been interested in the medical field. As a young child twelve years ago, and being diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, I encountered many doctors visits with numerous specialists testing involved. I saw firsthand what it would be like to work in the medical field. The nurses and the physician’s always made me feel at ease no matter what the tests or procedures were going to be during my visits. I decided that the medical field was for me. This past year, upon high
PERSONAL STATEMENT My commitment to my present career and future aspirations started a sunny day almost about to complete high school. Most of my peers had made choices, I had always been inclined for biology and health care sciences. Making health care my life passion was ready on a hot afternoon when I saw firsthand how a life can be changed in and instant by a medical professional. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work and dedicate almost eleven years of my professional life to health care
PERSONAL STATEMENT I was never born perfect, nor will anyone ever be. I first became exposed to a hospital setting during my early ages of childhood due to my constant issues with my immune system. To my parents, I was commonly referred to as the sick child in the family since I would constantly catch even the simplest of illnesses such as fevers, colds, flus, running nose, severe coughs and much more. The time period, in which I would visit the doctor’s office, lead me to become more accustomed
also described to be consistent with many other studies, finding that key elements to nurse empowerment are job satisfaction and organization commitment. INTRODUCTION Statement of the problem The problem statement is clearly stated, to find what factors through a quantitative study establish nurse empowerment. The problem statement does not establish a pervasive reason for a new study. The researcher states that there is existing research addressing this question and the existing evidence is consistent
A hospital's human resource department handles hundreds of nursing resumes a week. A good portion of those resumes are for nursing occupations with a hefty percentage of qualifying applicants. A prospective applicant should consider ways to make his or her resume stand out from the rest of the pile. A nursing assistant scans each nursing resume through a computerized database, queries the database based on keywords assigned by the nursing supervisor, and assures that each resume meets the minimal
understanding of the birth trauma phenomenon from the woman’s experience lacking. The problem statement was worded clearly and directly and I wasn’t ambivalent about what problem will be discussed in the remainder of the article.
Research Critique 1 Running head: RESEARCH CRITIQUE Research Critique of "The Influence of Personal Message with Music on Anxiety and Side Effects Associated with Chemotherapy" Jennifer Robey BSN Duke University N 307 Spring 2005 Research Critique 2 Research Critique of "The Influence of Personal Message with Music on Anxiety and Side Effects Associated with Chemotherapy" Introduction The introduction of this article does give you a sense of the importance of the problem
Research Synthesis: Nursing Recruitment and Retention in Newfoundland, Canada The topic of this research synthesis paper is nursing recruitment and retention in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador (NL), Canada. The reason this topic is significant is that there is a shortage of nurses worldwide CITATION NEEDED) and Newfoundland serves as a great illustration because it has many obstacles that it has to overcome, including limited employment for the families of nurses, recent healthcare reforms
B: Qualitative article critique B1 Background or introduction The article is titled “missed nursing care. In the introduction, the author tries to tell the readers about the adverse effects of omission in health care. The study does not have research about the reasons why the nursing staff has omitted care (Polit, & Beck, 2008). The problem statement is clearly and directly stated. The methods used in collecting information have been mentioned in a separate section where they are stated clearly.