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    Becoming a nurse has always been an aspiration of mine, I’ve always wanted a job that uses my caring nature and becoming a nurse seems like the perfect fit. Any job can be rewarding but working in the medical field where you can help save lives, make differences and be supportive at a person’s time of need is at the top of my list when I think of a rewarding career. I am choosing this course because I love learning new things and with a nursing career no day will be the same as the day before, so

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    provides me the opportunity to help all people regardless of age, sex or ethnicity. I seek a Nursing degree here in the United States in order to increase my knowledge and to be able to practice in the field of professional nursing. My goal of becoming a Registered Nurse has long been encouraged by my personal interest in the profession and by my experience, previous education and achievements. These factors continue to motivate and inspire my desire to seek this degree and become a healthcare professional

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    Childbearing clinical, that a precipitous, natural delivery of a Hispanic woman surrounded by nurses sealed my fate. As I watched in awe from the corner while holding the woman’s son, I realized that I had to be a part of the maternal-infant field. Since graduating with my Bachelors in Science of Nursing, I have directed and dedicated my career in preparation for my ultimate goal of becoming a Certified Nurse Midwife. Upon commissioning with the United States Navy, I requested to be placed on any

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    confident I finally found myself. The most important factor about myself is I’m a goal orientated person. My life, my future is shaped around my goals for myself and for who I want to be. My goal in life is to become a Registered Nurse/Midwife. At first, I was only interested in nursing for the promising career in the medical field. After pushing myself to apply to the UW Nurse Camp, a week of exploring UW, shadowing nurses, learning protocols and trainings, I quickly

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    Psychologists say that childhood passions and experiences often lead to future careers, I believe this is accurate for me and led me to my goal of becoming a nurse in the army. Being a nurse in the army is a demanding job, a lifelong commitment of learning, excellent teamwork and leadership skills and a passion for helping people. Personally, I believe that I offer all of these qualities. I realized my passion for helping people when I was thirteen and witnessed my mom battling cancer. At this

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    me from achieving my goal of becoming a Registered Nurse. I could have easily given up on my dream but I took those hardships and turned them into fuel to keep going. My father suffered a massive heart attack and went into cardiac arrest when I first started college. It completely flipped by life upside down. I spent weeks at a time in the hospital with him. Seeing him go in and out the hospital for years reaffirmed my need to become a nurse and help others like how those nurses took care of my father

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    passions of Nursing and teaching in my career goals of getting a Master’s Degree in the subject of Pediatrics of Nursing and becoming a Nurse Educator in Pediatrics.

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    My Educational Goals Going into college, I would like to peruse many of my goals. I would like to start out getting my general studies in and then build up to become a Registered Nurse. After I accomplish becoming a Registered Nurse I would like to work on becoming a Nurse Practitioner. One reason I am striving to complete these goals is to be able to have a good future and hopefully a good job will come out of this. Neither of my parents went to college and I want to be able to accomplish that

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    Application of Grand Theory to Nursing Practice In today’s world there are many nursing theories and theorists that not only define the nursing profession, but also are used as the basis to guide a nurse in his or her current practice. Meleis defines nursing theory “as a conceptualization of some aspect of nursing reality communicated for the purpose of describing phenomena, explaining relationships between phenomena, predicting consequences or prescribing nursing care. Nursing theories

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    able to understand people that are been diagnostic with other health problems. B. As part of my professional goals, I started studying an associate degree in Medical Assistant with the expectations of becoming a Registered Nurse. C. Eventually, I want to complete my goals of becoming a health professional specifically in nursing and have the opportunity for professional growth. Another goal is to have a good medical insurance, retirement plan, and salary. Thesis When I finish my university studies

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