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  • Personal Nursing Philosophy : My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing When one thinks of a nurse they often think of a caring, compassionate, knowledgeable individual. They don’t often think that every nurse comes from different situation, past experiences, and life changing events that make nurses who he or she is. Everyone on this earth is unique and has something to contribute. The same goes for patients. Each patient has a different background and have different interests which make them who they are. In order to give the optimal

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy : My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing is the use of clinical judgment in the provision of care to enable people to improve, maintain or recover health to cope with health problems and to achieve the best possible quality of life whatever their disease or disability, until death (Jenicek, 2013). In my opinion, a nurse not only cares for the physical aspect of the patient but the mind and soul as well. Being a nurse should encourage physical and emotional well-being. It is more than just handling

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy : My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Megan A. Farrell Moberly Area Community College Introduction I, Megan Farrell, am currently a Licensed Practical Nurse at a treatment center that works with prisoners. I accepted a clinical positon here as a graduate, but plan to work in a hospital setting once I have become a Registered Nurse working in the Intensive Care Unit. I quickly worked my way up the latter from the clinic nurse to the Chronic Care nurse and I am quite passionate about further

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy

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    Personal Nursing Philosophy My personal definition of nursing would be getting your patient to the highest level of health you can in your time with them while incorporating their family, environment, and beliefs/culture with a high level of critical thinking at all times. The American Nursing Association defines it as “the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human

  • Nursing Philosophy : My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    My Philosophy of Nursing My personal philosophy of nursing began at an early age watching my mother volunteer for 25 years on the local rescue squad, following in the footsteps of her mother. I learned that helping others in a time of need should always be a priority. Respect and dignity should always be shown to people, no matter the who they are or where they are from. I have and will continue to show compassion for others while administering professional holistic care, guided by the American

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Personal Philosophy of Nursing Pamela Metzger September 11, 2011 Jacksonville University Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing Philosophy What is nursing, what does nursing mean to me? After much thought I have put together a few ideas of what the term nursing means to me, along with some supporting ideas from references I have read. Jacksonville University School of Nursing Philosophy One of the primary foundations of the philosophy of Jacksonville

  • Nursing Philosophy : My Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    My Philosophy of Nursing To understand nursing philosophy, you must first understand what nursing means to you as an individual. To me nursing as well as nursing philosophy involves providing individualized holistic care to a patient, family, community, or even one’s own self. Holistic care is providing care involving the mind, body, spirit, and environment. Personal Philosophy Influences The two theories that have helped to form my personal perspective on nursing are Erickson; and Rogers. Helen

  • Personal Nursing Philosophy

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    Personal Philosophy Nursing and Application of Orem’s Theory to Practice A typical nursing philosophy includes the concepts of patient, environment, health and nursing. Likewise, examining theory is part of the doctoral prepared nurse’s journey into practice. In this preparation, theory plays an important role in guiding and exploring the advanced practice nurse’s role with respect to practice. The following paper will discuss a personal nursing philosophy, including if and how it has changed

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Rosenald E. Alvin Florida Atlantic University A journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step, a Chinese proverb that I have come to live by through my journey of nursing. I never thought in a millions years that I would have become a nurse. When I was younger nursing was the only profession my mother pushed. It was as if everyone in our family had to be a nurse. Honestly, I think I rebelled from the thought of being a nurse simply because it was my mothers desire

  • Personal Philosophy Of Nursing

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    It’s a great personal challenge in modern times to combine life as hectic as it can be with work and study. It has become for many of us a race against time and daily nuances of life. To successfully manage work, family, and study is a hard thing, they all have their own goals and demands, and on top of that the Nursing Career takes extra sacrifices, the long hours together with working with sick people requires a personal disposition that not everybody possesses. Sacrificed must be made, and after