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What Inspired Me to Become a Nurse? - Marian …
Introduce yourself to the NUMs and ward educators, show up early, work hard, be part of the team. A student who is eager to learn, asks questions and gets involved will leave a lasting impression. Any of the nurses you come in contact with on placement may just end up on your interview panel for a new graduate position. If you are unsuccessful in your new graduate applications, the connections you have made with NUMs during clinical placement may be vital to help you secure employment outside these programs.
What inspired me to become a nurse
It’s a great idea to practice interview questions. A quick google search will display numerous examples of nursing interview questions and it is beneficial to practice these with a group of friends. While you have google open, research the health district you want to work in. Know what their core values are and ensure these are included in your interview answers.
21/08/2015 · Why do you want to be a nurse
I have a Masters as a Mental health Counselor and I would love to be able to prescribe medication but I can not find any 2 year Nurse practitioner Bridge program either in NYC (or surrounding areas) nor in Chicago (where i plan to move in a couple years).
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Hi Erin! I really respect you being so helpful as we consider NP. I just want to be sure I have the correct understanding -- I have a BA in Physics, and I'm really seriously considering being a NP due to the requirement to problem solve, flexible schedule, many speciality opportunities, and people interaction. So There are bridge programs that I can attend that will be similar to Vandy's in that I can get my RN then NP all in the same quickly paced program? Also, I'm unsure about my ability to really interact with big cuts and injuries. Is this a necessity?