Reflection Of Nursing Practice
She was a nurse working in the pediatric department at the time I had broken my femur. She made sure I received the best care I had possible. She became a great friend with my parents as well as a great friend to me. She mentored me through my nursing education and told me terrific stories about her nursing career. As we began to grow a friendship I realized that I wanted to become a Registered Nurse. She really opened my eyes to my future and became my role model. I feel to this day that the care you provide to your patients is the best characteristic of the nursing practice that you can …show more content…
I have no concern regarding being able to complete the nursing program. I promise to do my best and complete the nursing program to my strongest ability.
5. I will be successful in the nursing program by making sure I attend class prepared and on time in a superlative and most confident appearance I can. Being successful in the nursing program means to attend all my classes and demonstrate to my professors as well as my classmates that I am a great asset to the nursing program. I will be committed to the nursing program.
6. I chose Keiser University Nursing Program in February 2016. I walked into Wayne Warner 's office when I was 8 months pregnant. Expressing to him how badly I wanted to become a nursing student, he told me that I could do it. Many other schools I approached turned their back on me, feeling as if I would not complete the program with having a newborn on the way. He told me to complete the classes at Indian River State College then come back. I came back a month after my son was born and with my Associate 's degree and continued that I chose Keiser University Nursing Program. He had never turned his back on me and new that I will complete the nursing program. With a lot of support at home, I will be able to give the time an effort to show you that you will not be dissatisfied. I feel that Keiser University nursing program will be great for me because of the hands-on training, the smaller classroom sizes, as well as the wonderful staff I have encountered on