I have always been interested in the healthcare field and helping others. I decided to become a registered nurse so that I could make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. Nursing is a demanding but rewarding career, and I am excited to begin my journey as a nurse.
My long-term goal is to become a certified nurse practitioner so that I can provide more comprehensive care to my patients. I am also interested in pursuing a career in nursing education so that I can help train future nurses. Whatever path I choose, I am committed to providing the best possible care for my patients.
What made me choose nursing and how the nursing profession picked me. The first time I ever heard the word “nurse” was at work. It’s difficult to return to school and study nursing after being out of school for so long. Starting salaries for most registered nurses.
The career goals I have as a nurse. I never thought that I would be a nurse. It just sort of happened. I began my college career as a pre-med student, but after taking a few medical classes, I realized that the medical field was not for me. So, I switched my major to nursing and never looked back.
Nursing is a demanding profession, but it is also very rewarding. Registered nurses (RNs) provide care for patients in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings. They work closely with physicians and other members of the healthcare team to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.
The starting salaries for RNs are very competitive, and there are many opportunities for advancement. RNs can specialize in a particular area of nursing, such as pediatrics, geriatrics, or critical care. They can also pursue further education to become nurse practitioners or certified nurse midwives.
My goal as a nurse is to provide the best possible care for my patients. I want to be able to work with them and their families to ensure that they receive the treatment they need and that they understand their condition. I also hope to make a difference in the lives of those I care for by teaching them about healthy lifestyle choices and disease prevention. Ultimately, I want to make a positive impact on the lives of the people I meet and help them to live healthier, happier lives.
Many desires exist in the world. There is one major objective I’d want to accomplish during the last three years. Over the following two years of my life, I’d like to accomplish my aim of obtaining an Associate Degree in Nursing. Getting my degree was something that excited me before entering nursing, and it did not occur to me that I wanted to do until I got into it.
After I graduate and become a Registered Nurse, I would like to work in an area of nursing that deals with pediatrics. Children are my passion and I love working with them. My long-term goal is to eventually get my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing so that I can become a nurse practitioner.
Working in the medical field has always been something I have been interested in. When I was younger, I would always play “doctor” with my little sister. It was not until recently that I realized that becoming a nurse was something I wanted to do with my life. After shadowing a Registered Nurse at the local hospital, I knew that becoming a nurse was the right career choice for me. The RN that I shadowed had such a passion for her job and it really showed. She inspired me to want to help others in the same way.
I am currently enrolled in a nursing program at my local community college and I am loving every minute of it. The program is very challenging, but I know that it will all be worth it in the end when I am able to help others as a Registered Nurse. Once I graduate from the program, I plan on taking the NCLEX exam so that I can become licensed as a Registered Nurse.
I’ve been a Certified Nurse Aide for the past thirteen years. I’ve had a wide range of patients, especially those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. In the last six years, I have worked for an agency in Gainesville, Georgia. Working for the agency has given me numerous chances that other CNAs do not have.
I have worked in all types of facilities from long-term care to hospitals and even some private home care. I have had the opportunity to work with different age groups, both children and adults.
I am now looking to further my education and career by becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). I have been taking classes online through Georgia Northwestern Technical College and will graduate in May 2019 with my Associates Degree in Nursing. After I graduate, I plan to take the NCLEX exam so that I can become licensed as an RN in the state of Georgia.
My long-term goal is to continue my education and obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. I would eventually like to earn my Master’s Degree as well, but I want to gain some experience as an RN before going back to school for my Bachelor’s. I would also like to eventually become certified in a specialty area of nursing, such as pediatrics or oncology.
I chose nursing as my career because I have always enjoyed helping people. When I was younger, I volunteered at the local hospital and that is when I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. As a nurse, I will be able to help patients and their families through some of the most difficult times in their lives. It is a rewarding feeling knowing that you have made a difference in someone’s life, even if it is just a small difference.
I’ve worked in a med-surg unit, to-nero unit, detox center, mental health unit, home health care, and care for the disabled. This experience has helped me decide what field I want to pursue after graduation. It may be difficult most days, but at the end of the day it’s satisfying to know you were able on some level to help someone with their requirements. You can have a lot of different patients on your hands at once that is difficult to manage. I am kind towards my patient and want to assist them with both medical and personal issues.
I work to keep them comfortable while working with the medical staff to ensure they are getting the best care possible. Registered nurses have different roles depending on their patients’ needs and the type of facility they work in. The most common type of nurse is a registered nurse or RN.
Registered nurses make up the largest group of health care professionals. They provide direct patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their families. There are many different types of nursing careers, and each nurse has his or her own unique career goals.
I am currently working as an Registered Nurse at a local hospital. My long-term career goal is to become a Nurse Educator. As a Nurse Educator, I will be able to provide patients with the knowledge and resources they need to make informed decisions about their health. I will also be able to provide support and guidance to nurses as they begin their careers. I am very passionate about nursing and I feel that this career choice will allow me to make a difference in the lives of my patients.