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    four years and receive my bachelor’s, I look forward to being a Registered Nurse at either Memorial Hermann or Texas Children’s Hospital at Downtown Houston, helping people who are in need of aid and care. I know that Nursing requires many hours of intense working, and it also comes with seeing terrible situations that sometimes end tragically, but I know in the end it will be worth it. On the day of the life of a Registered Nurse, they can perform many different duties depending on what…

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    Registered Nurse Transition

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    Transitioning from a student to a practicing nurse is a confusing stressful experience. This transition from a student nurse to registered nurse is an essential goal; it involves a journey of discovery while preparing and adjusting for first year practice. However, there is a great proportion of new graduate nurses who change or leave their working positions a few months after being employed due to the challenges faced during the transition year. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to showcase…

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    mother told me she wanted to become a nurse, I decided that is who I wanted to become. As I got older my opinions and dreams became my own, but my future career never changed. Despite still having a lot to learn, remain persistent on achieving the goal of becoming a registered nurse. As stated previously, registered nursing has been a dream of mine since I was little. Unfortunately, I had no idea what they actually did. All I knew was that registered nurses helped others. Due to my sudden…

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    The Job of a Registered Nurse Becoming a registered nurse (RN) takes a lot of hard work, but in the end it usually pays off. In this paper I will give you some information on what it requires to become a RN and about this job. To start off on becoming a RN you need to have a bachelor's degree or associate's degree, this usually takes about 3-4 years to earn. Some good colleges to go to for becoming a RN and getting a degree are Columbia University, University of Colorado - Denver, and…

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    Registered Nurse Career

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    I believe that a Registered Nurse would be a great career for me. From my knowledge, I know a Registered Nurse is also called a RN. I want to be able to have an impact on someone’s life every day. I have had some experience in this field by Home Health Care and doing an internship in the OB department. I have learned a little about what it takes to be a nurse and the work environment for it. A Registered Nurse is the most important career there is out there because, it’s a good paying field,…

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    Degree in Nursing (BSN). In order for me to get my nursing education, the courses I will take include “Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Nutrition, Psychology and other social and behavioral sciences, as well as in liberal arts” (“Registered Nurse”). After receiving my BSN I have to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) to become an RN in the United States and Canada if I choose to. The NCLEX-RN consist of a minimum of 75 questions to a maximum of 256…

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    After the career investigation project, I have chosen to be a registered nurse. Ever since I was young, my parents encouraged me to study hard and aim high so I could become a doctor. Unfortunately, the path to becoming a doctor is long and strenuous and I wish to do more than just study for an added 15 years. I wish to travel and take time off for myself to cultivate the person I want to be, and so, I think this occupation is suitable for me. I’ll be able to finish school quickly and obtain a…

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    security: Nurses make a difference.”(Brittney Wilson) In the Medical field there are numerous occupations that are available for Nurses. The medical field is a continuous learning and opportunity such occupation. One specific profession in the medical field is a Registered Nurse. A Registered Nurse is a nurse who has graduated from a nursing program and met the requirements outlined by a country or state licensing body in order to obtain a nursing license. (Wikipedia).The name Registered Nurse…

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    Registered Nurse Journey

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    transiting from a student nurse to Registered Nurse. It is an exciting but terrifying journey into the new role and I having many mixed emotions about it. Being a student nurse for the last four years, I feel like been on an emotional roller coaster of greatest triumphs and some thoughts of quitting. When thinking about the transition to new graduate Registered Nurse, I would compare to the transition to the learning how to ride a bicycle analogy. Being a student nurse, I feel like I am starting…

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    If you’re thinking about becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) as a career, the opportunity to work in nationwide hospitals as an anesthesia specialist in the nursing field is waiting. Deciding on where to go to school and the area of field specialty as a nurse anesthetist has several considerations and prerequisites for gaining the experience and sharpening the skills for the job. Program Requirements The CRNA program is structured to guide the first level of education and…

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