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  • Personal Nursing Philosophy

    Personal Nursing Philosophy and Essential Values According to the Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, a professional nurse must uphold a value-based behavior. When these values are demonstrated, they assist in the development of a therapeutic relationship between nurse and patient, leading to high quality patient care. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) outlines the values that epitomize the caring, professional nurse. The following values…

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  • Career As A Medical Assistant: A Personal Statement

    I have complete my High School in United States of America. After my High school completion, I joined community college for my Associate Arts degree but while I was doing Associate Arts degree I started to have passion of working in hospital so I joined Heald College for Medical Assistant. I have achieved Diploma in Applied Science in 2012 and I received opportunity to do externship in one of the good hospital Kasier permanente,where I worked for three months as a medical assistant.After…

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  • Essay On Pursuing Nursing

    Pursuing Nursing to be a Career Shawnny K. Cruz Arizona College Abstract “The best part of being in the medical field was to see the patient’s face when you took care of them. Some patients didn’t have family like ours to take care of one another and it broke my heart to see that but I made sure that they got the best care in the world. The feeling that you can brighten up someone’s day by giving them the care they need, is something that made me love my job even more” (S.Newman, 2016). My mom…

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  • Nursing Career Report

    Four years ago, I could never imagine that I would be pursuing a career as a nurse. After spending 10 years as a financial and operations management professional, my father's health began to take a turn for the worse in 2013. In order to provide him the care he needed, I left my position at Princeton University to be his full-time caregiver. Although watching my father struggle to do basic tasks was difficult, the comfort I obtained from making his life a little easier was well worth the…

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  • Neonatal Nurse Career Report

    My end objective is to help others and comfort individuals while going through many different serious situations. After graduating from Michigan State University, I will be continuing on the nursing path to become a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. During the nursing path, I will be interacting with diverse individuals from all different age groups. I am always getting commented on my personality about how I do an excellent job of making someone feel great in any situation. Method For over a year…

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  • Choice Essay: My Career Choices For Registered Nurse

    My Career Choices Career choice is an important factor that an individual should decide wisely to avoid future dissatisfactions. A career is the ultimate life choice that a person would be based in his profession. In choosing a right career, it is advisable to select wide range of crease in different fields based on the level of knowhow, skills and interest. An individual has to be passionate about his or her career choices based on the personal strengths and weaknesses. In addition, a person…

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  • Obstacles In Life Essay

    Nursing because I am an individual that has experienced first-hand much pain and suffering throughout my life. In the face of adversity, I have risen above and wish to use my experience to care for society. I will also continue to aid in community service through health care volunteer work. One of my many goals includes being a part in some way of cancer research projects, blood donation drives, and organ donations. My education will not end at this point because I am going to go on to pursue…

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  • The Importance Of Ped Nurses

    Pediatric nurses (aka Ped nurses) provide health and medical care for children, from birth all the way through their late teens. Ped. nurses are supposed to provide excellent quality care to the children that are in their care, and to also work with the families of the children they care for; to address their concerns, fears, problems, and options. What all exactly a Pediatric nurse varies depending on their work setting. But a few of the most important tasks according to the National…

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  • Discipline Investigation: Network Analyst

    Discipline Investigation: Network System Analyst Introduction Information system is the most popular technology in the past two decades, but I have decided to get into the field is not because of the popularity. I have chosen network analyst as my future path because my mom used to restrict my internet usage. The reason sounds unique but that is why I initiate my interest on this “forbidden thing”. However, I never learn anything about it until I took a class in my high school, call Network…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Personal Experience As A Psychiatric Nurse

    My mother has been receiving treatment for diabetes for many years now. A few years ago, my mother called me while I was away at school. She told me she was excited because she had been referred to a new endocrinologist who had taken the time to help her understand what was going on with her body in her language. He outlined a plan of care with her that would take her through the next few years. Step by step, he would work with her to manage the effects that diabetes had already caused and…

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