The Importance Of Registered Nursing

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I recall memories of my mother and I spending time together when I was younger. We talked about numerous things that led to discovering what type of person my mother is and who she wanted to be. Talking with her helped me learn who I wanted to be. I wanted to be just like her. The moment my mother told me she wanted to become a nurse, I decided that is who I wanted to become. As I got older my opinions and dreams became my own, but my future career never changed. Despite still having a lot to learn, remain persistent on achieving the goal of becoming a registered nurse. As stated previously, registered nursing has been a dream of mine since I was little. Unfortunately, I had no idea what they actually did. All I knew was that registered …show more content…
One college offering all of the requirements mentioned above is Xavier University here in Cincinnati. After viewing their websites, I was able to see the courses Xavier is offering to its students. Xavier University is offering to students over their four - year sequence are Ways of Knowing, Pathophysiology, Families in Transitions, and Care of the Complex Client. These courses consist of introducing nursing as well as concepts of disease processes, and assisting families through their transitions due to the health outcomes. These courses also prepare the students to integrate knowledge from all previous courses in emphasizing the interrelatedness of the mind, body, and spirit in order to assess, plan implement, and evaluate care of the complex client (Xavier University). However, the nursing program at Xavier University is competitive, making it essential that future nurses partake in the right courses in high school and achieve outstanding …show more content…
I have even more reason to become a nurse now that I have put the time and effort into figuring out what I possibly could be doing for the rest of my life. I learned that registered nurses are always ready and prepared for what is to come in their place of work. I discovered that RN’s do not just work in once place doing the same thing, they can work in multiple departments of their choice. I also learned that registered nurses have so many incredible benefits that other occupations may not have the luxury of. But most importantly, I learned that the world is always going to be in need of nurses. No matter where one goes, a nurse will always be there to provide support. I want to be that person that gives a helping hand. Even though college may be tough, and I will be taking multiple science courses for four years straight, I do not believe that this is mission impossible. I am ready to do whatever it takes to achieve my dreams and pursue my

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