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    I am a person that loves children and working with them. Ever since I was young, I keen interest in the field of nurse and in recent years I have been inspired by my educational experience, so I decided to help children and make a difference to their lives. children’s nursing is what I need to study to make my passion become true. However child nursing is a very challenging career but the rewards would be amazing and I am ready to embark on this field. Studying at university will enhance this…

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    I have a full time position as a registered nurse (RN) for Fresenius Medical Care, and have practiced nursing in this position since graduating with my Associates Degree in Nursing in 2007. Before my career as a registered nurse (RN), my former position was in nursing as a licensed practical nurse (LPN). I have gained a wide variety of skills in my nursing career by working as an acute RN, charge nurse, and LPN in a long-term care setting. My current and previous positions have afforded me…

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    RN Program has been a long journey filled with excitement and disappointing periods. I 've started this quest in the Summer of 2015 and here I am, two years later, starting my first class in the program, Nursing 301. My quest of becoming a Registered Nurse (RN) actually began in the year 2000 while I was an Emergency Medical Technician in the military. My wife 's and my military colleagues ' encourage me to go back to school to become an RN. I took and completed all my general education…

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    so you explore and, in a way, undergo trial and error in the pursuit of happiness. I personally did not know what I wanted to do when starting college, but I looked at my qualities to see where I could apply it best. This lead me to becoming a registered nurse or RN because I had already had some experience as a CNA, just wanted to further my education. To become a RN, usually college at an associates level is required at least and consists of mainly things such as reporting, observing,…

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    As an experienced and fully licensed Registered Nurse dedicated to the mission of compassionate patient care, I feel that I am an excellent candidate for the open RN position. I am hard-working, energetic, excellent communication skills, and confident that I am prepared to provide the quality of care that your facility is known for. My resume confirms dynamic leadership skills, the ability to provide excellent patient care and make appropriate decisions based on patient’s condition. Beyond my…

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    In the past the role of the Registered Nurse (RN) was misunderstood and wasted within the primary care setting (Oelke, Besner and Carter, 2014). The Department of Health and Children (2001b) suggests that role of the nurse in the primary care setting is to provide first-level contact that can be accessed by all members of the community via self-referral and to improve their health and social well being while trying to keep patients within their community and their own homes. World Health…

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    new experiences for me. I started after almost ten years away from a hospital setting my clinical hours that I am doing full time this week in Puerto Rico since I have to go back to Florida for my job next week. I have been able to observe a registered nurse interview and it was scary and exciting at the same time to know how well Ii would’ve answer the questions made to the person been interviewed for the position. And also in what aspects I need to improve on for the job interviews I will be…

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    The article “Should registered nurse prescribe drugs?” written by Wendy Glauses, Sachin Pendharkar and Debra Bournes argues mainly on if registered nurses should be allowed to prescribe medication without the necessary supervision of physical or nurse practitioners. The Ontario government are the main stakeholders who are considering this expansion within the medical industry. This issue has left some individual with positive impression, and others with negative opinions. The authors discussed…

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    Have you thought about what you want to do when you finish high school? I believe becoming a registered nurse would be such an incredible job. Going into nursing gives you so many opportunities in life. When you finally become a nurse, you are able to help those in need, like giving them treatments if they are ill. Nursing is one of the majors that has been around for a lifetime and is one of the most in demand profession. For a while, nursing use to just be used for those who were sick without…

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    Being the youngster in my family I always fantasized about becoming a Registered Nurse. Although it was going to take time and forbearance, I knew that I had to fulfill this fantasy. However, becoming a Registered Nurse is not gonna be facile. It was going to take pleanty of hardwork. In fact, I knew that I had to finish High School. At the same time, I knew I had to stay sharp or stay focus. As a scholar at Selma High School, it was very laborious to stay attentive in class.On the other hand,…

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