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Senior Project Nursing Prezi
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Relationship between paper and fieldwork
My research paper helped me understand all the trouble nurses may go through on a day to day basis, yet they constantly fulfill their duties.
I was told by an experienced nurse all the strain she goes, and has gone through, during her 3 years in the nursing career.
She explained that sometimes patients are not happy and end up hurting themselves, and even worse, they hurt others.
How I've grown
I have grown during this experience, because I have now been setting realistic goals for myself. I work at a pace that allows me to finish my tasks, but also keeps me happy. I found this was a great way to combat my laziness, and helped with the procrastination tremendously.
How the senior project challenged me
I learned that meeting deadlines are very important.
I also learned that I should stop procrastinating and not end up doing everything last minute.
Before I began with my senior project, I was interested in the medical field. This project has definitely leaned me more towards pursuing the nursing career and similar careers.
presented by Erick Sibrian
What I learned...
I learned that nurses are dedicated, compassionate, and selfless individuals.
attended an EMR class multiple times
joined a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
I interviewed a registered nurse
and I also obtained nursing brochures from an online website
“Nurses are the heart of healthcare.”
~Donna Wilk Cardillo
The thesis for my paper was, “Nursing is a demanding health care profession which primarily focuses on the care of communities, families and individuals to help them attain optimal health.”
Nurses provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
What do Nurses do?
Nurses work in hospitals, physicians' offices, home healthcare services, and nursing care facilities. Others may work in correctional facilities, schools, or serve in the military.
Colleen Dikon, BSN
Graduated from Penn State after 4 years and received her Bachelor's
Has been working for 3 years
Makes $75,000+ yearly
Plans to go back to school for her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Had trouble finding brochures
A lot of people I emailed didn't respond
Wasn't allowed to job shadow at Kaiser Permanente
Didn't get any calls back from City of Hope National Medical Center
More Quick Facts
2012 Median Pay: $65,470 per year,$31.48 per hour
Entry-Level Education: Associate's Degree
Work Experience in a Related Occupation and On-the-job training: NONE
Number of Jobs in 2012: 2,711,500
Job Outlook 2012-2022: 19% (faster than average)
Expected Growth: 500,000+ by 2022
Opportunity to Make a Meaningful Contribution
Choose Your Own Specialization
Opportunities for Advancement
Emergency and trauma
And the list goes on!