Philosophy - Philosophy of nursing What is a personal...

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Philosophy of nursing; What is a personal Philosophy of nursing I think in order for a person to have a personal philosophy of nursing the person most states and understand what philosophy is and what it means to them as an individual in everyday life. As best said by Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873) he stated that “Real philosophers seek rather to solve than to deny.” This statement gives me a general idea on how I don’t have to sit back and not have any voice in what I believe a great nurse should be. The philosophy statement by Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton gives me the strength to know I do not have to agree or accept what someone else has said or decided. That as a nurse have the success, skills and tool to seek and solve problem in every aspect of nursing from the client, to the hospital, political, education to every field in which the needs of help is to develop a more stronger nursing unit for ourselves and client rather then denying myself but coming to work each day to say am just here to do my 9 to 5 and go home knowing that my skills, knowledge and education is need. I think in order to be a successful nurse one most be able to provide a wide range of care from children, adult and to elderly care, a nurse must have the will power and drive to reach every knowledge of excellence through out the ethical code and the developmental profession of nursing. As stated in The Philosophy of nursing a new vision for health care by Janice M. Brencick and Glenn A. Webster. (State University of New York Press, c2000.) “Nursing makes use of knowledge from science and technology for healing the individual client care”. Yes nurses have to be good at science, math, reading and writing, because nursing is not just about
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2010 for the course NURS 20393 taught by Professor Miikejames during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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