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  • Nursing : A Career As A Career In Nursing

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    that he was going to die, I had never felt so incapacitated. That first experience with the physical process of asthma set the stage for my career ambitions of becoming a registered nurse . The functions of the human anatomy and the results of the environment, drugs, and genetics on humans never failed to catch my interest; therefore, I apt toward a career that included these interests. Hitherto, at the same time, I strongly desired to make a difference in people's lives. When my grand mother was

  • Nursing : A Career As A Career In Nursing

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    From a very early age I have had a passion and drive to help people. I was first inspired to go in to a nursing career by my grandmother who would tell me stories about her experiences as a midwife. One that stood out to me was when she travelled through a snowstorm to deliver a baby, and it is this level of commitment, care and compassion that I aspire to have. I have also found inspiration from my mum who is an ICU nurse and has always shared her experience and advice with me. This has been something

  • Nursing : My Career As A Career In Nursing

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    Tiffany M brown Chamberlain University 11/16/2017 Career Planning During my term in school I have often thought about what department of nursing I would like to go into, but I did not put too much thought into the steps it would take to become a nurse in Illinois. I have been so focused on being a mom of four, going through nursing school and keeping my job (not in medical) of eleven years that I haven’t had a real mental opportunity to consider how I will retain a holistic life balance, which

  • The Career Of Nursing Career

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    Nursing When people are sick or injured they need someone to take care of them and may need to see a doctor. But usually there are other professionals who will see them first and provide hands-on care before the doctor arrives. Many of these professionals are nurses. Within the healthcare sector focused on the care of individuals, families and communities, nurses may help patients attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. When considering a nursing career, one needs to be aware

  • Nursing As A Career?

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    Nursing As a Career? This research paper will help guide you into a career that has its pros and cons. What kind of education is needed to enter the nursing field? What the advancements are in the field of nursing? What is the earning potential of nursing? What the outlook on nursing in the future is and the different nursing work environments and so much more. The purpose of this is to inform anyone interested in becoming a nurse what you can do with your degree and most important, if this career

  • Nursing As A Career

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    Price, Hall, Angus and Peter (2013) “Nursing is described as a beautiful, rewarding and motivating career followed with an acknowledgement that nurses are underappreciated.” (p.7) Nursing is a profession that is organized and abides by a code of ethics where the individual is expected to honour these implementations. Nurses spend their career saving and promoting life and one of the most significant parts of being a nurse is to be a patient advocate. Nursing students tend to frequently enter their

  • The Career of Nursing

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    According to Boykin “Caring is the foundation of nursing” (Boykin et al, 2011) and in order to be a nurse, it is essential that a nurse can demonstrate and practice professional communication skills. Professional communication skills not only allows the nurse to provide different methods and tactics to communicate with patients of different needs and ages, but it enables the nurse to understand and to give the best possible care and outcome for the patient. Provision of information and handover is

  • The Nursing Career

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    analytical by defining a problem and use data to determine an effective solution. A PHN must be able to communicate effectively, and understand how the media delivers information. Of great importance is the role of cultural competency in public health nursing. Cultural competency is the ability to effectively consider the worldviews, healthcare practices and preferences of people from diverse, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. The PHN must put an emphasis on prevention and focuses

  • Nursing And Nursing Careers

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    Nursing Nursing has been an occupation that I have had my mind set on since I was in the second grade. I have always loved the idea of helping people fight their medical battles and being there for them, like someone once was for me. When I was born, I had to have a portion of my left lung taken out. I was not expected to live while my mom was pregnant with me and my sister. After I was born, I was rushed to surgery to remove part of my left lung. Because of the doctors and nurses that had been

  • Careers In Nursing By Betty Smith : The Career Of Nursing

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    about the career of nursing and I am going to explain how nursing is a diverse multidimensional profession. According to the article “Opportunities in Nursing” by Betty Smith “Nursing in general is concerned with the care of people’s psychological, social, and physiological well being”. There are various types of nurses such as registered nurses, nurse anesthetist, psychiatric nurses, nurse practitioners and many more. The article “Careers in nursing” by Linda Burnes illustrates “careers in nursing