Monday, April 10th, 2017

Gaining New Experience In Practice Of Nursing Job

December 8, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Training

So much to learn so little time. I think that is true. We are never too old to learn something new, but it may take a little longer.

I do not know what to do first. Wash the floor, washing clothes, reading assignments, study math, something started for dinner, or just sit and say a prayer, and another and another. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, birthdays and even a little fun in between. This is one of the most unusual time, mixed, chaotic, stressful and exciting in my life. Nursing and eggnog. Quite a combination. Thank you Jesus.

In a few months since he started this great set of health research, I learned more than I ever knew possible in the human body, and this is just the beginning. I think what strikes me most is that we are all composed of molecules closely related to these substances, and yet mysteriously material structures of our lives, intangible spirit. Our personality. Our thoughts, feelings, senses, thoughts, memories, preferences, likes and dislikes, and much more. There amazing. I respect a lot, it is clear that the human characteristics. But the question is, I can deal with this huge effort I started to play this intense anxiety, fear and intrigue. I finally just the man and the needs of such a full schedule is daunting, at times quite overwhelming, to say the least.

But now I do not know where to start. Tome! I was there! I wore the uniform, the above tests, read the chapters, he went to the clinic, even got together and care for some patients for real! I listened to his heartbeat, listened to his lung sounds, palpate the abdomen, have seen their pain, their pain, and did what I could to help make them more comfortable. I tried, really tried. I did my best – but it was not good enough. I have a lot to learn, but not this time.

So many lessons, so little time. I hope you can understand that and end the program. I can be a bit slow to learn new things, but again, I learned a lot! Maybe there’s a reason for this sudden decline. Like other moments in my life where I did not understand the reason and rhyme of all, I managed to endure, like it or not. You must be a lesson to be learned from all this, as difficult as it is not knowing what coming.

Anyway, I hope to find time to regroup, reorganize, design, development and understand the ins and outs of many powerful applications of this exciting profession. The small number of patients I have encountered so far, has already left an indelible impression in my mind now very mature. I thank them, but it is not possible. The only thing I can do now is hope and pray that I get the opportunity to complete this journey to reach my license and become skilled, competent, confident, and compassionate RN I set my sights on, even at this later stage of my life. Merry Christmas to all and happy holidays too!