I choose to become a nurse I know it’s not going to be easy but I am ready for the struggle but also the fun ahead. My educational goals are to keep my 4.0 gpa and get all my pre wrecks as soon as possible. I know that I still have a couple of classes to take. I am not looking forward to chemistry but I know it’s one of the goals I have to accomplish before I can get a degree. I also need to talk all of my biology classes, which I plan on taking them in the summer and the rest in the fall. My biggest goal is not to fail to give up I wish push myself because this is my dream as has been since I was a little girl. I have researched numerous times on what I need to take how long it is going to take me and how hard it is going to be. But I am ready for the challenge. I have realized that I have taken a lot of classes that I didn’t not need. In the end its good nor bad. It hurts me because I could be taking classes I needed and been a little further but I don’t think any education really hurts someone. I haven’t decided if I want to try to become nurse that can help with medevac’s or just be content working as nurse in a hospital, but I do know I will figure it out and if that is something I want to I will go back to school and work towards that goal. This is at least ten classes I have to com0plete before I can even think about getting into the nursing program. I cannot wait for the day I get accepted I am going to give it all I have, 100%. I want to be proud of myself and I also want to show my kids if you push yourself hard enough you can do anything. I have most of my classes finished and will push myself through my job and my kids to finish
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NULD 6212 - Research in Nursing
February, 18, 2013
1- Is the Phenomenon of interest clearly identified? If so, what is it?
The Phenomenon of interest is clearly identified in the article by the researcher…
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GPNG 523 Historical and Contemporary Foundations for Advanced Nursing Practice
May 27, 2015
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Health Care Communication Methods- Nursing Home Administrator
Chelsey P. Cabrera
University of Phoenix
March 30, 2015
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Orem’s Self-Care Theory
Adventist University of Health Sciences
Orem’s Self-Care Theory
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October 25, 2013
In the Sigi3 assignments we had to complete, we had to choose two occupations that we are interested in. I choose to pick between a Registered Nurse and Athletic Training and we had to compare and contrast them.
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Violation of The Honor Code and Ethical Practice in Nursing
This paper explores the effects of academic dishonesty and violations of the Honor Code in the school of nursing. It reviews the importance of ethics and ethical behaviors in the nursing profession. There will be an evaluation of the Honor Code and a discussion as to why it is important to both students and nurses. A breakdown of the Code of Ethics will be discussed along with issues and concerns…
explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address any ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study.
Refer to Resource Research Summary and Ethical Considerations Guidelines for suggested headings for your paper. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines…
This paper will evaluate the nursing practice of the writer. This paper will also examine whether or not the writers practices are consistent with the assigned readings. Furthermore, this paper will explain how the ethical principles, theories, and values contained in the readings influence the writers professional nursing practice.
Personal Practice Relative to American Nurses Association Scope of Practice
“The American Nurses Association's (ANA) Code for Nurses with Interpretive Statements…
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