A quality that will help me to work well with other nursing students and also help me serve my clients better in future. At the age of sixteen I realize what goal I wanted to pursue in life and have ever since worked to assure I attain them. My passion to succeed along with the objectives that I plan to fulfill upon becoming a nurse makes me an ideal candidate to attend Spartan Health Sciences University. My medical career expectations are as followed. Help members of the public in every way I can assist
Treat my clients with due respect, be confidential while also being as caring and courteous as possible Strive to achieve the best possible quality of life for their patients, regardless of disease or disability. Use clinical judgment to protect, promote, and optimize health, prevent illness and injury, alleviate suffering, and advocate in health care for individuals, families, communities, and populations. Help clients learn about their health and the health care procedures they need to perform to restore or maintain their health Act as a counselor to develop an improved interpersonal relationship, and to promote personal growth while providing emotional, intellectual, and psychological support.
Deciding on what to do with my life is unbelievably difficult. Often I feel like a contestant on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” who is about to answer the much fabled million dollar question. The stakes are high, making the wrong choice could leave me regretting for life. Fortunately, unlike the poor contestants on that show, I have had three years of career counseling leading me to wanting to follow the nursing career. This making me evens more of a suitable candidate to attend Spartan Health Sciences University.
I would like to continue by saying, I wish to be educated for life, not for a single job and Spartan Health Science University is an ideal place to get such an education that would leave me with not one choice, but rather an infinite number of paths that could potentially lead me to a happy, satisfied life in the decades to come.