Teaching/Learning for Nurse Educators Personal Beliefs about Nursing Education I believe that the nursing education, which is both a scientific discipline and profession, enables a nurse to develop thorough knowledge and principles to provide quality of care and treat individuals, families and communities. My personal belief in the nursing education is to become competent in the various disciplines in nursing to promote health, to care for the sick, serve as an advocate for health policy issues and enhance the quality of life of individuals, families and communities. I believe that compassion is the premise upon which nurses are drawn to pay attention to the needs of the patient. Compassion helps me to communicate and understand the...The end:
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