Nurse Practitioner Role Transition Paper

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Over the past 20 years with my nursing career, I have experienced many educational opportunities and growth from learning obtained through experiences that has helped me continue to develop my career. This next phase of my development is to identify my learning needs and goals. I want to review past experiences to help me with future practices.

My professional development plan is to grow as a nurse by obtaining knowledge through school and daily life and work experiences. One of my short-term goals is moderately simple, which is to complete the course of study that I am taking to the best of my ability. In five years, I hope to be able to care for patients and their families as a nurse practitioner. Setting goals will help me through my
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