Figuring out your personal philosophy of nursing requires deep thinking photo by levi xu on unsplashcom one of the most common assignments in nursing school is to help students articulate their personal values and beliefs about their nursing career in other words writing a personal philosophy of nursing. Developing a personal nursing philosophy and revisiting it regularly will help you overcome these demands by staying in touch with what drives you the truth is we all struggle with the question of personal meaning throughout our lives professionals tend to hit their stride in their forties and fifties however rediscovering your passion . Nursing practice developing a philosophy johns c the application of nursing models has been a recent theme in british nursing part of this process is the development of a nursing philosophy which underpins the model nurses at clinical level are often required to define their philosophy to meet clinical educational and managerial objectives. Your philosophy will grow as you grow as a nurse the most important aspect of developing your personal philosophy of nursing is that it is a practiced part of your art and never something that can be finished your philosophy will begin the day you first think about it and see yourself as a nurse. One way to look at developing a personal philosophy of nursing is to look at the various nursing models already out there and of course the unexamined life is not worth living this may seem like make work but it really is good to know what you think is important about the profession you will spend so much of your life doing
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