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    Myself For Nursing School

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    reading. I always struggled in school trying to learn and retain the things that were taught except in English class, that class was my favorite not because I learned how to spell or write stories but because I got to read. Reading to me has always been an escape from reality, I can go into a book and lose myself for hours. I have had many literacy sponsors in my lifetime but My biggest sponsor would have to be my mother, I am sure a lot of children idolize their parents in some way or another and I certainly idolized my mother. She was a single mom raising two children on her own, Money was always tight and extra activities were difficult to afford. But we were blessed to live across the street from our towns public library and on the days my mama was off work we would always get a book and she would read to us. She did that for years…

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    Nursing is a profession, so being a student; I can learn to socialize in to professional practice. This learning will help me to develop myself to the professionalism of nursing. I will develop the characteristics of autonomous and accountable of my practice. Not only that, I will be committed to my work and profession. Being a member of a committee responsible for deciding which nursing research projects to provide fund for, I believe, who are the participants in the research have high…

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    Last but not least, resilience is one of important factors that help students achieve a success in nursing school. For sure, I always know that nursing school is very tough, so I may face stress during the program. Thus, resilience may help me to moderate all the negative effects of stress. According to Beauvais, Beauvais, DeNisco, and Stewart (2013), “ faculty could consider fostering situations that provide the student with a sense of competence, with the opportunity to feel successful, and…

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    Throughout the past few weeks at Harding Middle School, I have learned and seen a lot of different things. It has been an interesting experience going back to middle school and being an adult time around! I’ve enjoyed my time with nurse Ann as she has been able to guide through the experience of school nursing. As time has gone by at the school, I’ve been able to get more familiar with my surroundings and the students. School nursing has been a good experience so far as there’s never a day that…

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    Coping With Nursing School Stress Obtaining a Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) is said to be one of the toughest undergraduate degrees. The workload of nursing school is profound; finding a way to de-stress is key to being a successful student and a working nurse. Nursing programs require students to learn a lot of information fast. In addition to the grueling pace, many students feel pressure to achieve high, test scores and pass industry exams, such as the HESI and NCLEX. Self-induced…

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    Medical careers are demanding nevertheless stressful, that is why advancing in the field is not only a professional success but also a personal success. Stress remains a natural role of life as a consequence, each person experiences it. How much stress you sense depends on your perception of incidents that lead to stress, however, having the ability to distinguish the causes will benefit you to manage it appropriately. This paper proposes a strategy, in how I will be handling potential…

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    I kid you not. It has taken me two months to write this essay. I guess I am finding it challenging to show you me in words. This will be my third time applying to the school of nursing. What scares me the most, is not knowing whether it was my past essays are just my overall presentation that was not up to par. It pains me to say, but this might be the last chance to be the person I aspire towards because financially there comes a point where you do have to say no. I come from a family of seven…

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    levels of prevention in school nursing. Primary prevention deals with "health promotion activities, teaching healthy lifestyles, and immunizing children for school entry" (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2014, p.572). Secondary prevention involves "the screening of children for various illnesses, monitoring their growth and development, and caring for them when they are ill or injured" (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2014, p. 572). Tertiary prevention assists in managing chronic health problems in children and…

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    Most nursing schools are under constant pressure to produce competent students who will be able to pass standardized testing. Standardized testing can provide positive or negative feedback on student’s performance. Unfortunately, there are no standards on how to implement these tests and policies, therefore, schools are at a complete loss. Some students who have received negative test results and consequences given by the school have taken legal actions. To assist nursing schools…

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    reasons for choosing Nursing, (B) why you selected Watts School of Nursing, (C) activities and experiences since last attending school if more than three (3) months have elapsed, (D) study strategies for academic success in nursing school, (E) support system to help balance personal, work, and academic obligations. (A) Reasons for Choosing Nursing When I originally started school I wanted to be a teacher. I loved kids so it seamed like a logical choice as a career. As I got to my junior year…

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