I am applying to study anesthesia nursing. I feel that this speciality is in demand, that I have an interest in it and an aptitude for it, and that this education will help to complement the skills and experience that I have already built up.
I have amassed to this point several years as a critical care nurse. In this time, I have worked at different types of facilities, and has seen how important the anesthesia role is, and that there are opportunities available for someone who wishes to form a speciality in this area. For me, I feel that this move is a good step in my development, building on the experience that I have so far. With several years under my belt, I have a pretty good idea of who I am as a nurse, and what areas are best for me to be in. As someone who is very knowledgeable and disciplined, I think that it is a natural fit for me to get involved in anesthesia. It is a fairly technical discipline, which is the sort of thing at which I traditionally excel, and my experiences with it in critical care have shown me that this is the perfect pathway for me.
I see this as being the next step on my career path. When I originally decided that I wanted to get into nursing, one of the main reasons is that I wanted to help people. I know that nurses are caregivers, but as I started out in the field I have become more aware of all the different specialities within nursing. I was working in critical care, and wanted to take my time to think about what direction my career should go in. I feel...
There is little doubt that I am motivated to be the best, and to learn more, and never stop learning, because that is the pathway by which people continually improve. I will be able to help more people with a higher level of training, so that is something I want to start building for myself.
My vision of nursing is as someone who brings a lot of caring and compassion to the role. For me, anesthesia is really about minimizing the pain for people, and keeping them in a position where they can get better without pain. So this for me is a big reason why I want to pursue this role above all other roles. I understand that it will require a lot of hard work on my part to get through the academic portion of this, but the reward will be tremendous, because I will be able to make a difference in the lives of people who need it. The move into anesthesia will really help me to fulfill one of the major reasons why I got into nursing in the first place, and provide me with the security that I need going forward, as…
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