Family Nurse Practitioner Personal Statement

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Growing up in a rural community helped develop my core beliefs of family, community, compassion, honesty, and loyalty. It also taught me that anything deserving requires hard work. Becoming a Nurse Practitioner through Lincoln Memorial University will provide a lifelong career that has meaning and value to me. My goal is to provide advanced care in a rural underserved community where I can form close bonds with my patients and families in need of healthcare and gain their trust as a respected practitioner. I believe education and prevention play a huge role in primary care and that would be a main focus of mine while practicing. Lincoln Memorial University believes that a major cornerstone of meaningful existence is service to humanity and that speaks volumes to me. The community I grew up in gave me so many opportunities and helped mold me into the person I am today. Ultimately, I want to give back to rural communities in the way they’ve given to me and really impact people’s lives who need it most.

My interest in nursing started during high school when I took a health science class. I volunteered at a nursing home and soon discovered through the interactions with the patients how comforting a conversation, smile, or helpful hand could be. I developed close relationships with some of the patients and will always cherish not what I did for them, but what they taught me about life. At this time I realized how important the connection I made with these patients was, and it solidified my desire to pursue nursing.

During my two and a half years of bedside nursing in critical care, I have learned a great deal about myself. There are many experiences I have to reflect on but one will always stand out to me. I had a patient and family who had been waiting all day for the results of a lung biopsy.

Finally, around 1600 the doctor came in and broke the news that the patient had stage 4 lung cancer and three months to live. I could see the shock and numbness flood the patient and family members’ bodies. The doctor continued talking very quickly giving them their options and then just walked out of the room as if nothing had happened.

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