Personal Philosophy of Nursing

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Personal Philosophy of Nursing I believe that balance is necessary to living a healthy lifestyle. Fun and pleasure are a necessity of life. When you are living healthy, you are building up your immune system, strengthening your body and mind, fueling yourself with nutrients that will help you to grow and progress, and becoming stronger, quicker, confident, conscious, and bettering yourself all-around. Personal Philosophy on Personal Health I aim to eat as little processed foods as possible, and prefer to eat natural, whole foods. I avoid additives. Food is fuel, and food should also taste incredible. I love to experiment in the kitchen and while it doesn’t always turn out as I had hoped, I still learn something from my faults and…show more content…
They share complete and impartial information with patients and families, with the patients ' consent. Nurses empower all employees and physicians to provide patient- and family centered care. Personal Philosophy on Fellow Health Care Professionals We should uphold our personal and professional ethical standards at all times. When we find conflict between our personal beliefs and those of the patient, we should endeavor to find a mentor to guide us through our conflict and find a solution that meets the needs of the patient without compromising our own personal belief system. As nurses, we must vow to take accountability for our own actions. I must remember that my fellow nurses can be great resources. They deserve respect and recognition for their hard work, reliability, and knowledge. Nurses should support and assist fellow nurses, nursing students, and other healthcare providers to provide a positive team environment Together we can collaborate to maximize the patient’s health potential on the illness-wellness continuum. As nurses, we can do our part to improve the image of the nursing profession through daily work ethics as well as involvement in the community, political, and professional nursing organizations. Through these forums, nurses can collectively improve healthcare standards both locally and globally. Conclusion I think I am still in nursing today because every day always brings new opportunities and experiences. The field of nursing

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