My Nursing Philosophy Guidelines

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By Nathan Miller Posted on Aug 10, 2023
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Developing your personal nursing philosophy is one of the most important parts of becoming a nurse. It can help you stay motivated when dealing with professional challenges. It also enables nurses to be self-aware, which is essential for making ethical and caring choices. The first step in developing a nursing philosophy is to determine why you want to become a NURS FPX 4010 Assessment 2 nurse. Nursing students should consider how their individual nursing practice will impact society

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