60 Free Essays on Why Being A Nurse Is Important To Me

  1. Occupation - nursing

    profession that became really popular for past few years. There are many reasons why people are joining nursing program and why they want to become a nurse. For me it’s a family thing. My grandma and my mother both were nurses, but I also find it interesting myself. I choose this occupation because it ensures...

  2. Why Be a Nurse

    the dream of becoming a nurse. I love being around children and helping other that are hurt. My daughter and my sister have inspired me to become a better person. I have chosen that the best career for me would be a Pediatric Nurse. Being a Pediatric Nurse would benefit me. I would have a variety...

  3. Why I Would Be a Good Nurse

    Why I Would Be a Good Nurse Caring for a patient’s needs is the most important quality that any practical nurse should have. When a patient sees and feels that the nurse cares about them, immediately the patient starts building a trust relationship with that nurse. By building this trust the patient...

  4. My Personal Definition of Nursing

    I realized I wanted to be a nurse after I had my 2nd ACL surgery, my senior year of high school. I had to stay in the hospital 3 days in order to recover, and I was very lucky to have such a wonderful and caring nurse. She made me feel as if I was her only patient. I will never forget how well I was...

  5. Why Nursing

    Why nursing? The question seems harmless enough, but the question why nursing needs more of an answer than just “I care about people” or “job security”. A question like this is deceptive in the way that it has a multi-layered answer and no answer is ever wrong. When answering a question like why nursing...

  6. Power, Policies and Service Provision

    politicians that were the major key players in health. I hardly recognised any of them. I didn’t know what role they played in the health sector and why they were important figures. Once discussion went underway I started to realise the these politicians are the ones that are responsible of making fundamental decisions...

  7. Paper1

    Opportunity Some doors open only to nurses holding a bachelor’s degree. The employment market is competitive. With increased demand for registered nurses, one way to separate myself is to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26 percent from...

  8. Nursing Interview

    Tell me about yourself I am originally from a small mining village in the Swansea Valley where I grew up with my Dad in a single parent family. I have been married to my husband Simon for two years. I have spent the past 10 years working as a first aider in the Army this has brought me in to contact...

  9. Personal Statement

    discusses my professional goals, why I am pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) after obtaining my Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and Registered Nurse (RN) license, the role integrity and ethics play in nursing, and why professional writing and communication is important to the profession. Discussions...

  10. love

    others struggle to figure out who they want to become in there career choice. Nevertheless being one out of the many I have decided on the career path that I would like to pursue in my life, which is being a nurse specializing in the cardiology field. I would be helping people take there meds, bade, eat...

  11. critical thinking working of nurse

    near the end of his course. Stewart was set the task of evaluating different sorts of evidence within  nursing and making a case regarding how the nurse might proceed. At the end of the essay we offer  notes that explain the critical thinking and writing features of Stewart’s work.    N.B. Remember...

  12. Perspective on the Movie Wit

    reason why it was entitled “Wit”. The overall plot of the story seems so simple but there are a lot of twists which become clear as the story unfolds. In the latter part of the film, I realized that it has been given the title wit because in the end, Vivian recognized that what is more important than...

  13. Reflective Essay 3

    recognises that as a student nurse clinical placements give us opportunity to begin to critically analyse and reflect on situations that may arise in our daily practice. This essay will identify and examine what reflection is and how its role enables learning as a nurse, describing a situation in a clinical...

  14. Nursing Transition Essay

    wanted to know more about. Much of the work we had undertaken within university had been focused on long term conditions and the process for patients being discharged from the hospital to home. With this in mind and a great experience on my community placement I wanted to learn more about the role of the...

  15. Carrer Path Nursing

    registered nurse is my ultimate goal. The nursing field is the best fit for me. I take pride in helping others whenever possible. There are many kinds of different field in the health industry that will fit me best. There are many different aspects as to why I want to become a registered nurse. The salary...

  16. Nursing Retention

    What are the best practices for nursing retention? Are you a nurse? Are you looking for a job? I know I have put myself in that boat many times over the past 6 years. Trying to stay committed to one facility can be very hard. Per Forbes magazine with a survey of 100,000 employees, nursing was considered...

  17. Personal Philosphy on Nursing

    of N3645 Transition to Professional Nursing Jeanean Boyd,MSN,RN March 12, 2012 Online RN-BSN Introduction In this paper I will explain why I believe strongly in my personal philosophy of nursing. As I learn more about nursing philosophers such as: Dorthea Orem, Hildegard Peplau, Faye Glenn...

  18. Future of U.S. Job Maket

    people disagree with the government for giving money to some of our huge corporations and bailing them out of debt. They say it’s was a big part of why we went into a recession. But if you think about it, again this is my own opinion, if the government didn’t help these companies out would we be in worse...

  19. Patient Care: Think Human Being!

    Patient Care: Think Human Being! Lying in a hospital bed feeling, sick, scared and helpless, the only comforting thought is supposed to be knowing that when you need something, a nurse is there to help you. You ring the call bell for assistance in going to the restroom and no one comes. You ring...

  20. Nursing Career and its Advantages in doing Higher Education

    because; I like to be a role model for the new nurses. After I graduated as a Registered Nurse (RN) in 1999 my first patient said, “If an Angel has dropped from heaven that is you nurse”. R.Mariam (personal communication, June, 1999). This sentence inspired me a lot and gave hope in my career. Job satisfaction...

  21. Why I Chose Nursing

    Introduction Why I became a nurse. As a child I was taught many good values. My mother had a strong belief in God and she preached her beliefs to the family. I was taught not to be judgmental, treat others as though you would like to be treated, life is very special, love one another as you love...

  22. Communication and Values

    Communication and values Interaction between paediatric nurse and 2 year old child patient: carrying out measurements on the child prior to an operation. In a hospital, there is a child who is awaiting an operation and the paediatric nurse is coming to take measurements before the child goes for...

  23. Reflection on Placement

    the staff nurses to acustomise myself with the ward. During this induction we had to assist an elderly gentleman with sever diarrhoea the gentleman in question was quit large and almost completely immobile. On inspection of the patient he was incontinent of both urine and faeces the staff nurse then talked...

  24. Ethnocentrism

    Why I Want To Be A Nurse People are always asking the question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” As children we say with full confidence, “an astronaut” or “a movie star.” The first time I remember being asked that question I was sure that I wanted to be a nurse, though I was only...

  25. Emotional Inteligence

    Introduction This essay will discuss three important topics that to me have stood out as important concepts that are sensible and comparatively simple to apply in my work as a graduate nurse. They are; the concept of emotional intelligence, the concept of empowerment in nursing and the concept of teamwork...

  26. Abortion: Right or Wrong? 3

    saying, “Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you.” What interests me in life is the passion and consideration that it takes to help or aid someone in need. I got into the nursing field because it gives me the satisfaction at the end of the day, that whomever that patient or resident was...

  27. Paper

    Novice Nurse Errors Have you ever wondered why there are more new graduate nursing errors occurring compared to the errors occurring from an experienced registered nurse? I, for one, am a little baffled that more errors seem to occur from novice nurses than from the experienced nurses. After being at two...

  28. Caring in Nursing

    better quality patient care including works from Leininger, Watson, and Swanson. In nursing today, caring is a very important concept that sometimes seems to get put on the back burner as nurses get caught up in the skills and knowledge required to carry out their duties. Using effective communication, providing...

  29. Reflections of Me

    The reflections of me Teresa Mcclinton Psy 202 Instructor Saladino 8/10/2013 I. What were some of your educational experiences? a. I loved school b. I was top student in kindergarten and throughout my childhood c. Had a rocky high school education but slowly re-gained my gpa ...

  30. Accountable Practitioner

    The Accountable Practitioner Word Count Part A: 2000/2000 Part B: 998/1000 Part A As registered nurses you are legally and professionally accountable for your actions, irrespective of whether you are following the instructions of another or using your...