Informative Speech Do you dream of traveling around the United States, not only free of cost but also making money while doing it? While I already know that I want to be a nurse, travel nursing is a field that I have often considered because it brings two of my passions
Travel Nursing Careers If you like to travel, you should consider becoming a travel nurse. Hospitals will always need your skills. You will work in hospitals that have a nursing shortage, and you will work in several cities. You can choose long-term and short-term assignments.
Practical Nurse’s Program Application Student’s Name Institution Practical Nurse’s Program Application Why I chose Nursing as My Career In fact, there are several reasons why I chose nursing as my profession. First and foremost is that I want to focus on changing people’s lives (Nurse Journal, 2016). As a nurse, I would study the
I chose nursing as my profession because of the ability to legitimately make a difference in people’s lives. As a nurse, I know that I’d be affecting other people’s lives not only inside of the hospital, but also outside of the hospital. Inside the hospital, I’d be able to interact
There are usually three are much more rewarding. They can obtain higher degrees, which can lead to holding a higher position, annual salary can range between $51,000-$80,000. New nurses start off with $30/hr. and can go up to $50/hr. Some benefits of being an R.N. are the [paid time off (P.T.O.) varying with how much time you can take off. Bonuses are also a benefit, of the job and vacation hours, she claimed are best to save your hours until the end and then cash them in, they also provide employees with life insurance.] Nursing provides job security (can always count on having a job), and you get to do what you love to do. A nurse can move up the ladder, when they have had much experience and show great performance. Positions and advancements that are available for an RN are, Chief of Nurses, Vice President, or Directors, the advancements are Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioner, all of which require a Master's
After getting a respectable amount of experience in a hospital environment, I'd like to become a traveling nurse with the agency, Nurses Without Borders. I would love to help those who are truly in need. Every day I count my blessings and I realize that I am one of few whom have a strong family I can depend on and a stable life. I feel that my life would be meaningless unless I can use it to do good for those who are less fortunate. Being exposed to various cultures, walks of life, and regions, while still being able to care for patients is a dream that I know will come
As a child, I dreamt of having a career in a medical field. Throughout my late elementary and middle school years, I wanted to become a Pediatrician. I remember this one memory from when I was younger. I was at a local Pediatric office getting my yearly checkup done and
Darcy Davenport 2nd Hour Mr. Christian April 7, 2015 How Did My Job Shadowing Affect My Career Choice Being a nurse is always a big job for anyone. There will be many ups and downs and challenges in this career. I choose the career of being a nurse because I enjoy helping other people. Being
English 12 Period 3 December 11, 2013 Inside the Job of a Nurse Practitioner Whenever people are sick or have an emergency and have to go to the hospital, nurses are always there to comfort them. Nursing is a fast growing occupation here in the United States and makes up the vast majority of the healthcare industry. Nursing is a career that allows people to care for others. Aside from the greatness of helping others, it also comes with stressful situations that require plenty of responsibility because the medical field is always evolving. There is a high demand for nurses. Nurses play a huge role in the medical field, particularly nurse practitioners. Although doctors tend to get the most recognition for patient care, the reality is
Imagine that it is 1941. The country is running out of manpower, or more specifically, it is running out of men. America is busy fighting in a war on two sides of the world. Husbands, sons, and fathers, most of them will never come back. As people at home mourn America’s fallen heroes, we also encounter another problem. America has just joined the global battle, and it is far from being over. What will we do when we can’t take any more men out of our neighborhoods, or even worse, when we run out of men to send away? Now, in 2016, the answer is obvious: women. In 1941, even suggesting such a thing was almost laughable. In 1941, we explored countless other options, none of which were even reasonable. In 1941, America had been overlooking a fighting
All in all I have learned more about what RNs do and I also got an idea of what a traveling nurse is and what they do. After all my research for this project my thoughts have not changed. This career is exactly what I thought it would be. After all my research I'm still interested in this career. I believe that it will get me far enough in life and I won't have to worry about money problems. With this career I could provide for myself and my family with a less chance of struggling. I also believe that it'll be interesting because each day will bring a new challenge and new people to work
According to travel nurse growth, It is believed that the origin of travel nurse started from New Orleans in the year 1970, during Mardi Gras week because of the lake of nurses to deal with many patients, therefore, travel nurses where employ for few week to help cover the gap of Lake of nurses in the area. According to American Society of Registered Nurses traveling nurses has grown dramatically as a way to fill a nationwide shortage of nurses at hospitals. ‘What started in the 1980s as a short-term solution to staffing problems has blossomed into an essential part of hospital’. Travel Nursing also offers flexibility, as there are typically no annual contracts involved and you can work on as many assignments as you like.
Involvement versus distance with the nurse-patient relationship is one implication I would like to discuss. I would consider myself to be a “too involved” nurse. Benner (2001) states, “I hypothesized that being involved, these nurses were more fully able to draw on their own coping resources and the resources offered by the patient, family, and the situation” (p. 164). I also know and have worked with many nurses who are more of a “distanced” nurse. These nurses purposely keep a distant nurse-patient relationship. Benner (2001) states a, “distanced observer is less likely to notice subtle changes in patients” (p. 164). I also believe a distance nurse who does not take the time to know their patient is not always the best advocate for the patient.
To become a registered Nurse, there are a few things that you will need to know and need to know how to do. As a person wanting to pursue in this career I have done research. A lot of the information I have found is very helpful. A fun fact
In summarizing this last and final article it concludes the history, results, and outcome for nurse home visitations, with prenatal visits. It also indicates how the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) helps first time mothers and families improve health, education, and soci-ecomonic status. The first nurse visits started in 1888