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I demonstrated my skills by starting a debut “high tech” home health agency where I together with my fellow practitioners infused blood products, IVIG, pain management and chemotherapy agents.
I further gained knowledge and skills, two years after successful training in the Metabolic and Oncology units, in handling open heart patients and trauma patients while working in the ICU. Having demonstrated further skills in leadership and critical decision making in difficult situations, I was promoted to nurse in charge position.
With 8 years into the promotion as charge nurse, I got a transfer to the Emergency medicine where I continued to naturally demonstrate my leadership qualities. I developed a comprehensive plan to enhance and facilitate the delivery of the emergency care in the ER. This plan entailed patients the highest priority and emphasizing on the customer service. This was the cause of my immediate promotion to the position of the Director of the Emergency Department.
I returned to outpatient job after 12 years in the ER. Currently I am employed with a pharmacy as an infusion nurse where I handle Pulmonary Hypertension patients and those in need of enzyme replacement or IVIG infusions. I also partly work with other hospitals, offering education on therapies to nurses and physicians on the same caliber. All these time I have focused on developing further my assessment skills and ability to make critical decisions and multitasking.
Personally, I regard a Nurse Practitioner as important personnel in modern healthcare services. In most cases, the practitioner assists the Managing Director to deliver care; without them, almost all patients can go unattended. In addition, they examine patients professionally and help them make good decisions concerning health. Practitioners are a necessity for the successful delivery of healthcare.
I chose nurse practitioner for several reasons: firstly, I have enough time to study nursing.
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The ever-changing trends in the business market have stimulated me to gain more and more knowledge about business, organizations, financial resources, shareholders, accounting, and so on. I know that I have that instinct and passion that is needed for building a career in business.
Aims and motives: The main driving force behind my choice of this course is not just my interest in the subject, but also my personal experience. Having suffered from asthma and vitiligo at an early age, I began questioning the human body and have always been curious to learn more about it.
It has effective programs, as well as excellent faculty members. It is my noble intention to get major in Sociology. I have been interested in the ways of existence of certain groups of people. Particularly, my experiences inspired me to take this major. My parents’ examples have influenced my decision on how I will go about with my future.
I am a self-motivated person who embraces every challenge in life. The sense of accomplishment when succeeding motivates me to work hard. Specifically, I perceive marketing as a great career with many opportunities for personal and professional development.
Nursing professionals must have the necessary skills in order to establish meaningful relationships with patients. I believe I have acquired the required knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to transit from a nursing student to professional practice. I have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills in nursing practice through previous studies and employment at various health care facilities (Timms, 2008).
I have taken this decision after much deliberation and have done a lot of research before deciding to apply at your institute. I have come to this decision not only because the course work in this programme is innovative and new, but also because the
This is a personal statement discussing my life encounters that have prompted me to seek for an education transfer as well as the objectives that I aim to achieve once I get the chance.
I was born in 1989 in Congo-Brazzaville. I must admit that my life started on