A philosophy of nursing is a statement sometimes written that declares a nurses beliefs values and ethics regarding their care and treatment of patients while they are in the nursing profession although the philosophy may seem solely academic and too cerebral to be of any use it is vital to approaching your profession in an appropriate manner when you develop a personal philosophy of nursing it benefits your career and the lives of the people you provide care to and their families . Developing a philosophy of nursing is appropriate for all those invested and interested in the development of the discipline of nursing through philosophical inquiry and would be useful to advanced students of nursing and their instructors theorists and researchers. Developing a philosophy of nursing in one page describe your philosophy of nursing the definition of a philosophy is having a personal and specific outlook and approach you can use to make decisions and take action your philosophy of nursing should include your beliefs and attitudes about nursing being a nurse your approach to caring for others. Part of this process is the development of a nursing philosophy which underpins the model nurses at clinical level are often required to define their philosophy to meet clinical educational and managerial objectives the first part of this two part article explores the significance of nursing philosophy to practice
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