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How did you know that you wanted to be a nurse? What are some tips that student in nursing school should know?

I an interested in becoming a Neonatal Nurse.

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Tavorius’s Answer

For me I knew after i shadow a few nurses in the hospital that i wanted to pursue a career in that field. It is rewarding for both the caregiver and patient. The feeling and connections you make with your patient is impactful.

Tips for school that helped me is set time for studying material. It is a lot of material and may seem intimidating but it is manageable. Always ask questions. There is no such thing as a dumb question
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Tim’s Answer

Lane's sister, a devoted nurse, found her calling early in life. From a young age, she was drawn to caring for children, a passion that began with babysitting. As she pondered on how she could transform her love for children into a lifelong career, she considered various paths like teaching, nursing, and physical therapy. After much thought, she decided that becoming a pediatric nurse would enable her to impact the most children throughout her professional journey. Of course, there were challenges to overcome, such as getting accustomed to needles, blood, and injuries - aspects that often unsettle people. Yet, her determination and commitment to making a difference in children's lives helped her conquer these hurdles.
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JOHN’s Answer

Hello:

Not a nurse nor did I in the pathway of jobs, though did interact and work with and for a healthcare establishment. Seemingly nurses would be one of these qualities: compassionate, caring, selfless, determined, going above the call of duty, knowledgeable and wanting or love to educate (learning always continues), etc.

Not only learn the depths of the positional requirements, but keep the social communications and empathetic depths rising - even through education. A study showed some colleges were into the social elements of the duties, because such unwrapped a better patient experience through understanding more of those delicate guidances.

Grateful for the love you gift.

God Bless,

John German
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Olivia’s Answer

I knew I wanted to be a nurse after watching my mom become an amazing nurse. Meeting other nurses and talking to them gave me inspiration to do the same.

Tips I would give students in nursing school. I would make sure you set up and learn good time management. It’s important to plan time to study, and still have fun.
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Ravi’s Answer

From a tender age, I've been drawn to lending a hand to others. This passion found its perfect match in nursing, a field where my knack for forming connections with people could truly shine. Whether I'm aiding someone through illness or teaching them to improve their own health, I find immense satisfaction in my work. I once considered medical school, but that was before I truly understood the profound impact of a nurse's role.
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