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    into a new house with her long-term boyfriend five miles out of town. She got her high school degree from Grand Rapids High School and is currently at Bemidji State University attaining her four-year RN Nursing degree. On the weekends, she works at an assisted living as a certified nursing assistant. English is the only language that E.B speaks. She tried to take…

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    as they make their transitions in their lives. I will get to meet them during their worse and hoping to bring out their best times! I am ready to begin my journey at working towards a bachelor’s degree. I am currently working as a Certified Nursing Assistant at a nursing home here in Vincennes. During my two years working here, I have learned that I have a passion for helping elderly. I want to work with gerontology, or work in the medical field as a social worker. I feel that the elderly…

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    patients. I am excited to find out that Western University provides unparalleled curriculum with an exceptional team of professors and modern lab settings, both of which are critical for me when choosing a school. As the result, I believe the Master of Nursing/Clinical Nurse Leader track is the best fit for me. Through this personal statement, I hope to give you an…

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    Nursing Homes

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    Nursing Homes at A Glance Nursing homes along with other healthcare facilities have been around for a long time. There are different myths that seem wrong about what goes on in a nursing home. Many people believe that nursing homes have nasty smells and some even believe that it is a bad place to be. In the United States everyone is always busy and do not have the time to take care of other people. Nursing homes are wonderful places which were made for people who can not get taken care of by…

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    She stumbles across a nursing home where she could practice or malpractice her profession, which was and currently is on paper that is- a certified nursing assistant. Does she love this profession? Perhaps she would if given the right tools and the right doors being opened to her where…

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    Osteoarthritis Essay

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    Osteoarthritis seems very common but it can be very painful. Osteoarthritis affects the bones and joints. There are two types “wear and tear” and the specific cause osteoarthritis. Wear and tear osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage begins to break down over time. Cartilage is important because it is the tissue that protects the joints. Without cartilage, the bones will start to rub against each other which will cause pain, swelling, and maybe even the loss of motion. Over time it could lead…

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    Critical thinking is not only a process, but a skill that develops over the course of a person’s life. Dr. Linda Elder, the Assistant Director of the Center for Critical Thinking, created a stage theory of critical thinking development that defines critical thinking into six stages. In reference to the article by Linda Elder and Richard Paul “Critical Thinking Development: A Stage Theory,” I believe that stage four, the practicing thinker, best represents my development as a thinker. As…

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    HIPPA Class Reflection

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    Well that doesn’t always say that you give the best care. There could be a doctor that of course has his PhD but the physician assistant that is underneath him gives better care simply because they show more compassion. Compassion is so imporanti n health care. You deal with so many patients going through tons of different things. If I have a patient at my desk crying because they…

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    Essay About Being A Nurse

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    LPN or a licensed practical nurse you seem to lose the sign on your forehead that says, boss me around. Now do not get me wrong. Being a nurse may have some ups and some downs; But what I am, cannot compare to what they go through. Certified – Nursing – Assistant, or a CNA for short. From the outside, you may think it is the easiest job ever but it is not. Take a seat while I help you understand a little more. You start off by taking a course that last about two months long. You do not have…

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    Most every successful nursing student has a story of particular event that provided certainty about their professional career path. And while applying for nursing last semester, I was worried that I could not evoke such a memory. I could describe a collection of events that lead me towards a nursing education. Like my father, a paramedic, becoming a heroic role model throughout my childhood; or caring for a great-aunt with Alzheimer’s disease. Then, I finally found that missing piece of the…

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