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I was a school nurse for almost 15 years and worked in many schools
You may wonder what makes a school nurse different from a regular nurse. A nurse in any setting is responsible for the health and safety of patients, but a school nurse also cares for the needs of students, staff members and visitors to the school. The role of the school nurse is more varied than that of a traditional nurse. Additionally, there are many things that can go wrong at a school that make it necessary to have someone with training on site.
School nurses must be familiar with first aid and able to deal with emergencies such as severe allergic reactions and heart attacks or strokes. They perform health screenings such as vision and hearing tests, blood pressure checks and blood glucose testing for diabetics. They also administer medications and provide care plans for children with special medical needs including asthma, diabetes or allergies. School nurses educate children about staying safe while at play by encouraging sportsmanship and healthy lifestyles which includes proper nutrition and exercise habits.
I know this is difficult, but try to remain calm, you will get through this
If you are feeling stressed out about your exams, remember that you are not the only one. Everyone is probably feeling nervous and trying to study hard. Try to do a little bit of studying every day instead of procrastinating until the night before the exam. If you are having trouble with the material, contact your teacher or classmates to ask for help. Try to get some exercise every day, even if it is just a few push-ups here and there throughout the day. This will help clear your mind and prepare you for more studying.
Your nursing graduation cap can be a reminder of your goal and the reasons you went into the nursing field. Nursing is a challenging, yet rewarding, career and it takes years to complete your degree. So when you place that cap on your head take a moment to reflect and appreciate all that you accomplished.
Along with being a challenging profession, the nursing profession is also very prestigious, as well as sought after by many people wanting to work in health care. If you have not already done so, take time to consider why you chose nursing as your career path. Was it because of the prestige? Was it because you wanted to help others? Whatever your reason may be just know that no matter how hard or stressful things may get throughout your career never forget why you chose this profession in the first place.
If you have a graduation cap from your school, sitting on the coffee table, it can serve as a reminder of your goal
Because I have a long history with this particular university, I have a special place in my heart for it. I was excited to be able to wear the cap, gown, and hood that symbolized my being part of this community of scholars. I felt like the graduation cap sitting on top of my head represented all of the effort that went into earning my degree as well as all of the people who supported me along the way.
I don’t know if it will work for you, but keeping my graduation cap on display gives me a sense of pride and reminds me that no matter how difficult it gets during nursing school, there is always someone or something else that can help me power through and achieve my professional goals.*
The nursing profession is one of the most prestigious and sought after professions in the whole world today
The nursing profession is one of the most prestigious and sought after professions in the whole world today. However, we understand that sometimes it can be challenging and hard work. I was a school nurse for almost 15 years and worked in many schools. This gave me a real insight into how important schools are to the development of young people and the importance of good relationships between parents/carers, teachers and school nurses to ensure that children reach their potential in all aspects of life.
However, we understand that sometimes it can be challenging and hard work
However, we understand that sometimes it can be challenging and hard work. You will need to plan your time carefully. You will have to study hard. You will need to do a lot of reading. And you will need to do a lot of research.
But we want you to be successful, so we are here to support you and help you with your studies. We know that if you work hard, you will succeed – and reap the rewards!
We recommend that you learn from the experiences of others who have studied before you by looking at what they say about their studies on our student blog and also by finding out more about university life in general on our Student Life blog pages.