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    Why do I want to become a nurse? I have had a passion for nursing since I was a young child. Every year in elementary school I would choose to be a nurse for career day. I have always wanted to work with newborns or young children for as long as I could remember. As I became more mature and had my own children, they became my new inspiration to continue my education and to get into nursing school. By my sophomore year in high school, Iknew my passion was truly for nursing and that I wanted to

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    There are three reasons on why I want to become a nurse. One my brother inspired me, two I love to help others, and three I have always thought the human body was cool. The first reason I want to become a nurse is because my brother, Shelby, inspired me. Shelby was a premature baby. He lived in the NICU for months. I wasn't allowed to see him at all because I was to young. I have always wanted to help him out with his breathing, but I couldn't because I had no clue what to even do. For

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    I have always known that I wanted to make a difference in this world, even if it is one person at a time. I have dreamed of becoming a nurse, instead of being just a dream it is now going to become reality. My passion for health is more than a passion it is my lifestyle, a lifestyle I want others to follow. I have started up a small running group within the community to promote a healthy lifestyle. I often donate blood as I know how important it is in the healthcare field. I have worked at

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    Why I Want to Become A Nurse When people ask me the question, “Jas, why do you want to be a nurse?” The first answer that comes to mind would be the generic answer, “Because I want to help people.” However, during the process of being in Lower Division and competing with almost 400 other students with the hopes of being accepted into Upper Division my mindset has changed. After studying my hardest through each class I am in and overcoming the challenges that come with each one, I am more determined

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    always interested me, nursing to be exact. I have longed to become a registered nurse for quite some time now. I was never sure if I wanted to specialize in something or not. This all changed when I was in the OB for a clinical rotation in high school. I knew right then and there what I wanted to do with the rest of my life, neonatal nursing. It is quite amazing to see what these nurses do, literally bringing life to the world. A neonatal nurse takes quite an amazing person to fulfill the duties. This

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    The Life of a Nurse Practitioner I’ve always loved helping people, so when I tore my ACL and saw the painful journey up close, I realized how much I wanted to be a part of other people’s healing process. When I was at the hospital, I had an up close view of these nurses and doctors at work. This got me interested in health sciences. To be able to support others every day seems like the right career for me. In consideration of this interest, will becoming a nurse practitioner fulfill my need to help

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    To become a registered nurse in the UK it is a requirement to have a nursing degree. Glasgow Caledonian University offer a Bachelor of Adult Nursing programme that is a full time programme lasting three years. After successful completion of the programme, students will be able to register as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Glasgow Caledonian University states that the programme is designed to give an introduction to adult nursing and adult clinical practice with courses such

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    My career goal is to become a registered nurse. I will try very hard to pursue my goal. I chose this career because ever since I was little I wanted to help people. I would be successful at this goal because I like to work hard and help people. I have not really had a lot of experiences that lead me to think that this is the job for me other than helping my sister and I bandage our wounds really well. I want to follow my dreams and become an RN. I do not want to fail. There are so many that have

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    to go into to help people. People always think “Well they are just a nurse, they don’t do much.” But the thing is, is that nurses really do make a difference. You get the chance to make people feel better and get back to their life. You can make a difference to parents if their kid is sick. You can make a difference to a child if their parent is sick. By being a nurse and helping people you are making a difference. Being a nurse offers many great chances to help people and make them feel better.

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    your business. Commitment is the key to any choices you make. I’m loyal in helping people in need. Because I’m a firm believer in helping, I am choosing to become a Registered Nurse. Although you have to be in school for another four years after high school, I am making a change in my life and a person's life that I will save. Registered Nurses do different things like

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