This presentation will cover my career aspiration as a nurse. It will also provide my career map There would be supporting literatures to the career aspirations.
Nursing is regarded as protection, promotion and optimizing health and ability through diagnosis and treatment There is usage of the clinical judgment to the provision of care. This allows people to enhance, maintain, or even recover health and cope to health issues.
My main career aspiration goal is to become a nurse practitioner. I have wanted to become a health professional for long as I can remember. This is a career path which I am excited to pursue and follow.
Nursing is a appealing career in the modern society It has primary value which it promotes in its practice that is the care of life (Wong, Laschinger & Cziraki, 2014). The public opinion polls recognizes a nurse as a person who create healthcare system work .
The education and career aspirations which includes; Students’ belief that nursing is the choice of career Advancement in the nursing career or the nursing education Personal ability Expectation of employment Opportunity for caring (Wong, Laschinger & Cziraki, 2014).
Career which is good and stable Personal contact Media influence on society impression (Curtin, Malley & Stewart, 2016).
As an aspiring nurse there are various roles would be required to perform these are; Monitoring of the patient status along with response to healthcare delivery plan Executing orders given by the patient physicians. Evaluation of the safety of the healthcare plan Offering holistic patient care.
Caring: I have the heart for the babies and would like to be in a position to do everything I could to assist them’ Perform well under pressure: I do not get stressed easily and can perform high level during high pressure.
In conclusion, looking forward to my future as a medical professional. Being in a position to provide quality care to persons who are in need. Passionate about, and this is the major component to patient satisfaction and recovery.
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