Personal philosophy of a nursing professional revolves around four domains: Nursing, Environmental, Health and Person. To me, nursing is more than a career, it’s a calling. Holistic care is provided to patients, taking into consideration their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs. I am a registered nurse who believes in providing compassionate care to patients that promotes wellness and healing.
The environment is also a very important part of my nursing philosophy. I believe that the environment plays a critical role in a patient’s healing process. It is important to maintain a clean, safe and healthy environment in order to prevent infection and promote a feeling of well-being. I think that the physical surroundings should also be conducive to recovery, including appropriate sound, temperature and lighting.
My nursing philosophy is also centered around health. Health is not just the absence of illness, it’s a complete state of physical, mental and social wellbeing. In my role as a nurse I aim to promote good health through educating people about the benefits of healthy living and providing them with resources to help achieve their goals.
The domain Person, which is at the core of my nursing philosophy. My nursing philosophy is based on the belief that every person is different and deserves to receive individualized, tailored care that meets their individual needs and wants. In my role as a nurse I believe in treating patients holistically, with respect for their individual values, religious beliefs and cultural backgrounds.
As I developed my nursing philosophy, i reviewed the philosophy of Miami Dade College and Benjamin Leon School of Nursing. All three shared the same commitment to provide patient-centered care based on research and that emphasizes professionalism, compassion, and respect.
In conclusion, my nursing philosophy centers around providing holistic, compassionate care that is tailored to each patient’s unique needs and preferences. My nursing philosophy is to focus on four domains: Nursing, Environment Health and Person. I think that I can make a difference by helping my patients heal and be healthy.