Chapter 11 ethics and health we must, however, remain aware point out that a major characteristic of nursing is that nurses practice in-between. Next, i am entering my final semester of nursing school and i am very excited to finally be done, but first i need to write a letter to my preceptor and include my personal philosophy of nursing i am having a lot of trouble coming up with my personal nursing philosophy since i am a nursing student. To live out my philosophy of nursing, every day i must remember the following few characteristics my patients will are my top priority when they are in my care i will do everything i can for my patients to ensure safety, quality care, professionalism, comfort, advocacy, and a high level of caring.
To develop a leadership philosophy, my suggestion is a three-step process step 1: select an admirable leader one of the first things you might want to do is identify someone you admire as a leader. My patients' families: _____ are tired, overwhelmed, heartbroken, stressed, stretched thin and need of support it's part of my job to help them get through this by listening and giving them a shoulder to cry on. Daily monitoring of myself in my delivery of care, to be mindful, to insure that my care demonstrates the standards of my nursing philosophy, and my professional nursing standards addressing and speaking up of inequities in the health care systems, maintaining a safe culture benefiting the patient, family and community.
Formulating and presenting my personal philosophy of nursing when contemplating a philosophical viewpoint within a particular discipline it is essential to understand its relationship to current issues in the field (dekeyser & medoff-cooper, 2009 schlotfeldt, 2006. I chose nursing as my desired profession because nursing involves touching the lives of others and serving others to help them enjoy their gift of life living out my vision to live out my philosophy of nursing, every day i must remember this about. Personal philosophy of nursing 12, september 2012 personal philosophy of nursing the american nurses association defines nursing as, protection, and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of the individuals, families, communities, and populations (american nurses association.
A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space he experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. A philosophy statement is a foundation for growtha personal nursing philosophy needs to address the following criteria: accountability nurses have always been held to very high professional standards. In fact, my personal philosophy for my job, my work ethic, my behavior and treatment of my patients all fall into the realms of a few specific nursing theorists i was forced to study in school it seems they built my framework for being a careful, conscientious, caring rn. My vision for myself as a nurse is that i will provide the best care possible to all of my patients i will treat them with respect and use my knowledge and critical thinking skills to help educate them, care for them, and help them attain the highest level of health of which they are capable.
- philosophy of education i spent some time looking back upon my time in elementary, junior high and high school and thinking about all of my favorite teachers, and what exactly made them such outstanding, inspiring educators. The american holistic nurses association defines holistic nursing as all nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal this ideal of caring for the entire person, not just their physical body, is one that dates back to florence nightingale herself. To live out my philosophy of nursing, every day i must remember my patients are individuals and entitled to privacy, respect, and dignity the families of my patients are experiencing one of the most stressful experiences of their lives. To develop an accurate philosophy of nursing, one must contemplate the qualities of the endeavors to which a nurse obligates their heart and soul to a nurse commits to being the embodiment of altruism, charisma, empathy, and knowledge applied to the enterprise of protection, promotion, and enhancement of the holistic health states of all persons.
Of all my life's unimagineable scenarios, this was the most unlikely, but it happened to me and it could happen to anyone my parents, married for decades, were self-sufficient. Palliative care: an ethical obligation stephanie c paulus throughout my rotations at o'connor hospital as a health care ethics intern, i found the palliative care team to be an invaluable resource in meeting the complex needs of hospitalized patients. Today, on my birthday, i am sitting here thinking and writing my personal philosophy of nursing as my understanding, the essential roles of nursing, adn nursing role is assist patients for their wellness in a professional manner.