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  • Neonatal Nursing Essay

    Neonatal Nurse are known to help with different kind of babies who are suffering with different health problems. Neonatal Nurses care for babies that are normal. premature, have illnesses, birth defects and they work in the NICU ( Neonatal Intensive Care Units). Neonatal Nursing was founded in California, 1984. The career of Neonatal Nursing is about making decisions and being able to manage to help babies that are at high risk. Neonatal Nurses, are here to lower the risks of young babies and…

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  • Dental Assistant Personal Statement

    something you would have to fight for it and NEVER take no for an answer. Being determined to become a nurse, I researched if there was an alternate route and found that there were many Accelerated Bachelor of Science in nursing programs that were in my area. I was ecstatic! Once completing my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, I applied to Chamberlain College of Nursing because I heard wonderful things about their program and my aunt is an alumni. I was elated once I found out I was accepted into…

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  • Summary: Presence In The Neonatal Nurse

    Article #1: Drozdowicz, Aleida A., and Dana Dillard. "Presence in the neonatal intensive care unit."International Journal of Childbirth Education 29.4 (2014): 63+. Academic OneFile. Web. 30 Nov. 2015. Summary: Aleida Drozdowicz is a registered nurse (RN) in Miami, Florida. She graduated from college and is certified as a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). She has skills in advanced holistic nursing, and she also is an instructor and practitioner in the healing touch program. As an RN, it…

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  • Career Portfolios: A Career As A Nurse

    After years of going through career portfolios, I have decided to pursue a career in the field of nursing. From elementary through high school, my counselors made me do career portfolios. Mine would change quite often: teacher, veterinarian, doctor, etc. Growing up and even now, I have lived in the same home as a nurse, my grandmother. She is more of a phlebotomist than a nurse but she still has a nursing degree. I remember going to the doctor’s office she worked at and I loved playing with…

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  • Disadvantages Of Registered Nurses

    Registered nurses will always be needed in the workforce. There are many different jobs a degree in registered nursing can lead to, their rank depending on their educational background. Demand is high because RN’s are needed around the clock in order fill the rotating work shifts. It was found in a study conducted in 2014 by the Career Information Center that, “Employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations”(1). As…

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  • Nursing Career Outlook

    degree can also be used in any state, all that is required is to apply for a nursing license in the state I would like to work in. Which would be very beneficial if I were to be a traveling nurse. If I were to continue my education, and obtain a bachelor of science in nursing; or even, a master of science in nursing, I would be able to advance in this career. From being a floor nurse, to nurse manager, or director of nursing. Where there are options, there are…

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  • Patient Focused Care In Nursing

    What is it called when someone prevents sickness, protects people, and treats health issues for families and other patients? Nursing. Nursing is the protection, promotion, and Optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response,and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. Nursing is more than just providing patient care and helping prevent accidents or things.…

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  • Essay On Becoming A Pediatric Nurse

    I would like to become a Pediatric Nurse(PN) and do the best I can in order to achieve this goal. A Pediatric Nurse is a Nursing Professional that provides health and medical care for children from birth through their late teens. I believe that I have all the right skills in order to become a PN. Although, this career choice did not appear overnight, I have always had a passion for helping others and have always been good with children. This career has many pros and just like any job it comes…

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  • Analysis: From Novice To Expert

    Week One Assignments Courtney Redburn Azusa Pacific University Week One Assignments Reflective Questions As an LVN, returning to a Bachelor of Nursing program, I am confident in my skills as a nurse but am also aware that I have room to grow. Therefore, I believe I fall in Stage 3 of Benner’s From Novice to Expert. Stage 3 explains that competent nurses typically have over 2 years of experience and present enhanced efficiency, organization, and time management (Duphily, 2014, pg. 24). My…

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  • Essay On Nursing Field

    The Nursing field give people many opportunities to care and work with sick patients. With the nursing major, I am seeking to work in a hospital and soon get my license to work in the baby’s nursey room. Growing up, I always wanted to be a detective or in the criminal justice filed. Well, my gran-mother starting going in and out of the hospital and having surgery. When I went with my gran-mother to one of her visits before her surgery, I began to watch everything the nurses did to her as well as…

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