The purpose of this paper is to discus my personal philosophy of nursing. I will present a definition of nursing and my values and beliefs of what the primary goals of nursing are. I will also present my personal philosophy of nursing and the reasons why these values are important.
Personal Statement of Beliefs/Philosophy about Nursing. ... compassionate and optimal holistic care to the best of my ability. This philosophy stems from the values and beliefs instilled in me during my early childhood. These values and beliefs are accompanied by trustworthiness, respect, compassion, and that is what drove me to this profession ...
Nursing is a discipline rich in values and should not be related to only scientific knowledge and technical skills, but as a profession founded on specific human values. It is a field with diverse types of training, prestige and patient characteristics. So, how does one identify their personal values and beliefs?
Relating your values, morals and ethics to nursing practice. ... 'morals' and 'values'. Again, according to Thomson et al, morals and morality refer to the domain of personal values and the rules of behaviour regulating social intercourse. Human values ... Values can be described as 'one set of personal beliefs and attitudes about the truth ...
This is what has helped me shape my beliefs on Nursing care and the profession itself. I reflected on the the time of my injury to retrieve what values and beliefs meant the most to me as a patient and as a person. “philosophy is an attitude towards life and reality that evolves from each nurse’s belief” (Edwards, 1997, 1089).
Everyone has a philosophy -- whether they take the time to think about it or not. We all have beliefs about what nursing is and what is not, values that important to us, etc. Those beliefs influence the choices we make. Some people are more aware of the underlying beliefs and values that are influencing their actions than other.
Ethical values offer a framework for behavior assessment, and nursing values influence nurses’ goals, strategies, and actions. A literature review was adopted in order to determine and define ethical values for nurses. This literature review was conducted based on the Centre for Reviews and ...
A competent nursing school instills in its students core values that will carry them into their future careers. If you’re thinking about pursuing a nursing degree, here are some of the core values of nursing that we think are fundamental to your nursing education. Empathy and Caring
My personal core values and beliefs as an individual are kindness, honesty, persistence, lifelong learning, security, family, and success in achieving my goals. I use these values and beliefs to make personal decisions and live my every day life. I believe that the core of nursing is caring, knowledge, and integrity.
I am just wrapping up my 2nd term of nursing. I am reflecting about all i have learned and what I am going to be exposed to in medicine. As a nurse how do you see your personal values influence your approach to care?