An example admissions essay for a nursing program. DIscusses the art school application essay’s philosophy or nursing.
This essay is for when I apply to nursing school. I am going for a bachelors in nursing. The only criteria for the essay is that it must be two pages long. The essay is supposed to describe my philosophy of nursing. I would like you to include a few things when describing my “philosophy. I would like you to mention that I volunteered in a hospital and that was the deciding factor on becoming a nurse, that I like to help people, and that I enjoy being around people.
You can expand on anything and please add any details you want. Remember the entire essay is on my philosophy of nursing. My philosophy of nursing comes directly from my desire to help people. I want to be a nurse because I enjoy being around people in their times of need and I get internal satisfaction by serving those that need help.
I remember when I did some volunteer work for a hospital and that is when I realized my passion for nursing. I believe that the cure for many of the people’s ailments is not just in medicine, it is in the care that they receive as patients in hospitals and their homes. This is where I believe that I can make a great difference in people’s lives by helping them recover from their ailments. One of the philosophies that are very close to my heart is that I believe that the health of a person is all in the mind. This is kind of a caring theory that I believe in, which is that there would be no patients if everyone around them would just understand what they are going through and what is needed to help them. I believe in this philosophy since it describes the various health and caring related issues and problems in a very different light. I also believe that it is important for the nurses to understand their own selves so that they are able to better treat their patients.
I believe that spirituality holds a very significant role in the profession of nursing. In fact, the care of the soul is the most powerful aspect of the art of caring in nursing. I have a very unique outlook on health. I think of “health” as being the simple absence of disease in the body. The health of the person includes the harmony and the balance between the mind, body, and soul of a person.