Goal to be part of the team that

Goal
Statement

My main educational
goal is to complete studies. I firmly believe that completing my education will
equip me with knowledge and requisite experience to become an accomplished adult-genealogist.
Besides, I want to use my skills to improve the health of patients and enhance
the quality of life of my community; moreover, knowledge and skills derived will
help me promote healthy lifestyle because this is the most proactive approach
to spreading any health message fast and for many years to come. Research shows
that the number of ill patients in inpatient hospitals continues to increase,
hence the need for more acute care nurses. I want to be part of the team that
provides high-quality care, ensures a reduced length of hospital stay, and
makes patients and their families feel satisfied. I am a supporter of an
integrated care system which emphasizes the involvement of patients and their
families.

Additionally, I want to
contribute to the existing body of knowledge on adult-genealogy. This goal is
grounded on the assumption that the best adult-genealogical practice is based
on evidence and perfect knowledge of acute care standards. I have social
intelligence skills and excellent communication skills that a nurse needs to
provide quality and effective care, but I would like to polish them profoundly.
I want to employ these skills to establish a strong emotional bond with my
patients. My vision is to be a nurse who patients see as their friend rather
than a professional. It will be vital that I understand the feelings of
patients and their views on the care services. In my view, acute care involves
more than providing interventions. The program also pays special attention to
interdisciplinary collaboration for information sharing.

My professional goal is
to become adult-genealogical acute care nurse practitioner (AG ACNP). I choose
nursing because it is a career that deals with people physically, mentally, and
emotionally. I am usually committed to my work and an adamant advocate for the
well-being of patients. AG ACNPs are allowed to diagnose and treat illnesses,
and this mandate will enable me to understand the challenges patients encounter
with medical procedures. The program will enable me to apply my communication
skills and emotional intelligence skills in providing direct patient management
throughout the care process. Moreover I find this practice relevant to my goal
of improving my community by advocating for the best home-based care practices
and by helping my community in addressing emerging health issues.

The AG ACNP program
cannot be compared with any other in the field of nursing. I am interested in
the program because it focuses on critical care, emergency, and
cardio-pulmonary trauma. These areas match my objective to manage the physical,
mental, emotional health, and emergency conditions of people. The program
offers the flexibility I need to acquire knowledge in various domains of
hospitalized patient practice. Furthermore, the program deals with some of the
areas of acute care that I am interested in, such as internal medicine,
cardiology, and trauma. .Also, Knowing how to manage them will be my greatest
educational achievement. Enrolling into this program will prepare me as a nurse
practitioner in acute care involving an array of complex problems.

To conclude, research
shows that the number of ill patients in inpatient hospitals continues to
increase; hence, the need for more acute care nurses arises. This fact has
driven me to completing studies that will equip me with knowledge and requisite
experience to become an accomplished adult-genealogist. Besides, I want to use
my skills to better the health of patients and enhance the quality of life of
my community; moreover, the most proactive approach to spreading any health
message fast and for long would be through the use of my knowledge and skills
derived from AG ACNP program. I want to be part of the team that gives
high-quality care, ensures a reduced length of hospital stay, and satisfies
patients and their families