|Are you satisfied with the education that you received?
Yes however, I am constantly seeking further education. It's never a good idea to cease learning. I may consider an MSPharm in pharmacy policy after I complete the J.D.
The main education for what I need to do and be is metaphysical/holistic principles and healings. I'm always expanding in those fields. The education I received as a singer was never satisfactory and little-by-little I'm cherry-picking and mixing/matching what I've learned from those teachers and combine it with the more-holistic kinds of ideas and methods.
Colleges and Universities do an amazing job of preparing nursing students academically. New grads are prepared to "fly" through their state board exams and they tend to have fantastic clinical skills. Unfortunately, they are not prepared for the many difficult social situations they will be faced with.
Working with people from different countries with different cultural practices can be a challenge for new nurses without experience. Caring for people struggling with drug and alcohol addictions, homelessness, gang members, those with emotional and mental conflicts, teens in trouble, and victims of abuse are but a few of the difficult situations nurses deal with on a daily basis. A nurse wears many hats in today's world. We are not only nurses, we must also take on the roles of social workers, psychologists, mediators, secretaries, unit managers, and housekeepers... to name a few.
As I speak to nursing students across the country, I help to prepare them in these areas and if a book like "Hotel Hennepin" had been around when I graduated as a new nurse, I would have read it over and over again! The stories chronicled are poignant, sad, and hysterically funny, but all are true! Every story is told for a purpose: to educate, inspire or entertain. Every new grad should read "Hotel Hennepin" at least once in preparation for his/her professional nursing career.
i am satisfied with my education level, however i always look to learn & grow anywhere i can. I consider myself a student of life.
UGA not only provided me with a fantastic educational experience, it also allowed me professional experience as a college radio announcer.
No, because of the the school system over here I had to French school which I was never strong at and didn't have the drive to be. That said once I was out I didn't know what I wanted to do once I reached college and never felt like I had guidance.
How could anyone ever be satisfied with their education? Its an ongoing process, the more you learn, the more you realise you don't know.
In the field of medicine you can NEVER learn enough. The more you know the more of an asset you can be for your patient's well-being. Surgical Technology programs vary in length. Programs can be as short as nine months to as long as two years.
In terms of satisfaction, I will never be satisfied because there is an endless amount of knowledge to be aclimated to in surgery. Every day is an opportunity to learn something new or expand upon what you learned in the classroom setting.
I am always satisfied, not necessarily over education however
I'm a firm believer that you can learn anywhere from pretty much anything. The trick is to keep your eyes and ears open. With that being said, I probably would have been better off without the college loans.
very satisfied, and I continue to maintain and update my knowledge throughout the year. I also follow seasonal fashion trends closely to stay up-to-date.
Yes, I attended Parkway West near St. Louis, MO for high school and Northwestern University near Chicago for under graduate. I also now teach in the MBA program at Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
Its the very best!
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