Personal Philosophy Of My Nursing Philosophy And Role In Education

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Philosophy in nursing is the fundamental basis of practice; it promotes the appropriate application of nursing knowledge including the development of further nursing theory and knowledge (Marchuk, 2014). Throughout my nursing career, my personal philosophy has centered on the embracing and providing care that is embodied in the art of conveying nursing science holistically with compassion and dignity and being with the patient wholeheartedly. The purpose of this paper is to describe my nursing philosophy and role as an educator, define what type of leadership style best fits my abilities, explain what leadership theory would be appropriate for my role in education, and describe how I envision my leadership evolving in the next five years. Leadership …show more content…
A leader need to a visionary with creativity and intuition to manage and adapt to any challenging and unpredictable situations, an excellent communicator and a great listener. My ambition as a nurse educator and a leader will embody all these qualities, which will allow me to guide and mold student nurses to not only achieve success in their studies but qualities that will help them to adapt to any situation and reach a long successful career in any settings. I base my philosophy on the fact that an educator’s success is measured by how well a student understands the material presented, and the ultimate success of student on a whole. Knowing how essential and critical a student’s nursing career depends on the foundation and the quality of education received, my aim is to provide a solid knowledge base, high-quality skill set. Also, I will guide students in developing critical thinking skills, nurture their passion for the profession and compassion for patient care, while providing a lasting memory that will encourage the passion for more knowledge and a lifelong learning …show more content…
I believed wholeheartedly that I have a passion for nursing it is an innate quality, one that I have been able to nurture since childhood. I also acknowledge the fact that to excel as a nurse educator one must be exceptional and dedicated. As a nurse educator, my teaching philosophy, therefore, will be to impact the same qualities and characteristic to my students, by showing them the path to excellence is through experiences, skills, critical thinking, developing good decision-making skill and reflections on lifelong experiences. One of the many qualities of an educator is being passionate and enthusiastic about teaching, and that correlates with the student’s desire and hunger to assimilate the knowledge being impacted by the teacher. It is my fervent desire to commit to ensuring the successor of my students by forming a partnership of mutual trust and respect that reflects on my level of commitment and dedication to the student’s success because my desire and the student’s success are mutually

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