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I have lived in Vancouver for sometime now; I have developed great interest for the profession of nursing. As such my desire to join the Licence Practicing Nursing has never been at its peak than it is today. This is pushed by the desire in me to always be of help not only to the sick but also to the disadvantaged. I do believe the work I have done as a part time realtor and also as a sales person is such a good and sufficient experience to kick start my course in joining the LPN field.
Being a part time realtor, I have learnt a lot of things that characterise humans and hence I hope to apply in the LPN field. The real estate field as such has taught me a lot especially on issues to do with communication. I find this very relevant to the LPN field as handling of patients requires one to have proper communication skills and application of psychology.
When a patient is sick, for example, they need to be handled by applying a lot of psychological approach. This explains why a good nurse would always tell his or her patients whenever he or she about to inject them that the injection isn’t painful yet in the real sense it’s painful. This is to give them courage to go for the exercise. I am convinced beyond doubt that being a registered personal nurse, one has to carry some higher level of the spirit of humanity that works well for the profession. This is due to the nature of tasks that lay ahead for such a person. While goods can be handled in any manner and won’t complain as they are lifeless, humans have feelings and so handling they require a lot of understanding of the general psychological principals.
Having worked previously as a sales person has made me discover that nursing as a profession is unique. This is due to the fact that while in sales most of the people are so much concerned about closing sales and making money, the nursing profession requires that one puts the patient as number one priority before thinking about the money. The sight of a sick person humbles me to the level that it sometimes forces the nurse to go extra in his or her scope of duty just to ensure that the patient is healed. There is nothing as good to a nurse as to when a patient leaves the hospital in good health.
Being a mother of two has been a real boost to me in understanding the behaviour of children whenever they are sick and whenever a woman is expecting. Just like the East African saying goes “He who glorifies the rain has been rained on” so is its relevance in the nursing field. This is a boost to me because it’s easier to help people with challenges that you have ever gone through. For example one might not no how painful it is when it comes to giving birth to a baby until they have passed through the process. This makes the nurse to do all they can to ensure safe deliveries.
Whenever one thinks of joining the nursing field they must always be ready to help. This is what differentiates a good nurse from the ordinary nurses who only know of the paper work bit. Nursing requires a philanthropically set heart. I do believe when I get to join lpn I would make positive contribution to humanity.