Personal Philosophy

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Personal Philosophy Course Instructor Date My personal philosophy in nursing is guided primarily by my moral and professional; principles chief among which is; I should strive to ensure I do no harm, provide the best care for patients without discriminating them on any ground be they ethnic, religious or personal and that one must always inculcate in trainees not only the basic skills of nursing but the desire to learn and discover more.


Nursing requires that both nurses and nursing educators explore their own values so they can be better placed to appreciate and respect the cultural values and beliefs of the communities and individuals they serve. It is not possible to examine the aspect of scholarship in nursing education in isolation from the scholar within the “scholarship”, this comprises of individuals who embody several traits among which are; intense intellectual curiosity, disenchantment with prevailing systems as well as persistence for scholarly growth. In case these ideas were to be inculcated into the scholarship in a school of nursing, they would significantly contribute to the education of nurses who are not only professionally competent but also capable of dealing with situations beyond their call of duty should circumstances a rise. As aforementioned, my core principles are; do no harm and provide the best possible care; these can be implemented in nursing scholarship to mound the trainees into moral and ethical professionals (Silva and Ludwick, 2005). ...
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