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Nursing Career Will Not Feel Like A Laundry List

December 31, 2010 by  
Filed under Certified Nursing Assistant

If you are a nurse working in the emergency room in a metropolis or in a clinic in a rural community, has his personal reasons why he embarked on the journey of being a nurse. That can be a powerful and influential story about how can the nurse caring for a sick relative. Or maybe it was to continue the generations of the family of nurses. Whatever the reason, keep your job to feel like a long list of our tasks at the end of their shift to maintain the strength of his commitment and passion for his profession. The development of the solution … remember why we are here and what brought you here.

The only thing I love most about nursing is difficult lessons it teaches. I think that nurses have a gift unlike anything else. Nurses represent a huge heart and responsibility every time they come in these doors. As a nurse for many years, I realized that would go into the patient’s room as a job …. I need this medicine because it was commissioned, I need to shed blood to get to the doctors. Suddenly, nursing was a long list of agreements to do things for me.

This is just my feeling, and I could be wrong, but if you do nothing for you to complete this internal drive within you. If no nurse is not for personal benefit, then it will not succeed. There are nurses who have been in this profession for 30 years and others that last only 1-2 years, the main difference between these two groups are the reasons why they entered the profession in the first place.

I am not trying to push people to the nursing profession, I want to help analyze the true meaning behind the understanding of this fascinating and rewarding journey. I want to be nurses really really over the last 30 years in a great profession and empowerment.

You as a nurse can get caught in your work that you forget why you wanted to be nurses … it’s not like you thought cleaning an incontinent patient must be in the job description. But there is an engine that gets up and takes you to put these thickets and provide the best care can ever imagine. I am not saying you must remember that the reason for your entry care every day, but what it takes for you to keep your strength and passion. It not only will you feel better, but it can also make your patients feel better cared for because you are fully present and give them your real, authentic.