What Are Most Important To Be A Nurse

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DESCRIBE HOW THE THINGS THAT ARE MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU IN YOUR RN ROLE HAVE PREPARED YOU FOR THE APRN ROLE?
As a pre-operative and Post Anesthesia Care Unit registered nurse, I have worked with patients at a pivotal time in their lives. Patients experience a variety of emotions and have a multitude of challenges to overcome when they present for surgery. Working in the acute peri-operative setting has allowed me to developed the interpersonal skills to provide compassion for the patients, yet thoroughly, safely and expeditiously assist them through the surgical experience with a high level of care they deserve. My ultimate goal is to work as a APRN in dermatology. Working with a variety of surgeons performing reconstructive surgery has given me an insight to what type of surgeries that can be accomplished with different types of neoplasms.

DESCRIBE THE TIME WHEN YOU HAD TO APPROACH ANOTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL IN REGARD TO A SENSITIVE/ DIFFICULT ISSUE. WHAT WAS YOU APPROACH AND WHAT WAS THE OUTCOME?
As a charge nurse, I am constantly faced with sensitive/ difficult issues regarding staff, patients and family members. A specific incident that happened
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Although I have not been a nurse for very long, I have the ability to distinguish myself as a highly capable healthcare professional. My competence and skills are quickly noted by my superiors as I am quickly promoted to the charge nurse role. My nursing experience has given me the exposure to a multitude of common disease states as well as many uncommon diseases that FNPs will have to confront during their career. These experiences have bestowed upon me the framework in which to build my continued education as a FNP. Although surgery will not be the practice I will be focusing my continued education towards, the surgical patients have demonstrated many disease states that I will manage in my

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