Applying for a Masters Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner


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Essay #: 068956
Total text length is 4,970 characters (approximately 3.4 pages).

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The beginning:
Applying for a Masters Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner
Question 1:
My expectations for graduate nursing degree involve having access to instructors that possess the necessary experience and theoretical requirements in the field of nursing. Since much of my Bachelor’s Degree training involved theoretical knowledge in nursing practices, I would expect a graduate program to have experienced instructors that can guide me into higher levels of disciplinary studies. By having access to experienced and well-trained instructors the transition from knowledge to practice can be attained in this graduate program.
I would also expect that the graduate program have all of the necessary learning materials and diagnostics training necessary to...
The end: ability handle specific illness and health conditions at the graduate levels.
Question 5:
My short terms goals will be to attain a full nurse practitioner qualification through a Master’s degree. Not only withy I be able to assist doctor’s in the care of patients within the family nexus, I will have to coordinate more complex diagnostics, treatments, and care with more specialization. A graduate degree can give me the necessary tools to be able to provide a complex set of practice options that can make my role unique in a caregiving environment. Surely, I have the desire to use the oversight and clinical skills of my graduate degree to fulfill these aspects of a career goal as a full nursing practitioner in the sphere of family practice.