Samples of my work for FNP
Since my son Davy was born on November 5, 2011, this toddler has become the total center of my world. This is why I get especially excited by the opportunity to draft a model personal statement for nurses on their way to becoming Family Nurse Practitioners, because of the importance of family to us all, our futures, the future of the human race, our planet, etc.: it all depends on our children who in turn depend on their families. While I live back in Bolivia where Davy’s mother is a professor who teaches sustainable architecture, we went back to my home in the USA to have our baby. There was not a kinder more attentive medical team in the world than those who cared for the three of us, especially the nurses My wife had an extremely difficult delivery and we were in the hospital for almost one week.
My mother, who is now suffering from Alzheimer's was the main reason why we went back to the United States to have our baby. Our family physician, Becky Allmon in Bedford, Indiana, and her nursing staff were for me the kindest women in the world and they will have my undying gratitude for eternity. It is for this reason that helping nurses to get accepted to programs of advanced study is indeed a special privilege for me, to give something back in exchange for the wonderful treatment we were given, to say thank you one more time for my special gift, Davy Dylan Edinger.
Despite the fact that I am 55, 2 years ago I had my first and only child, Davy. My wife had an extremely difficult delivery and we were in the hospital together for several days. I have never been so impressed by any social or professional group of people as I was with the nurses that cared for my wife and baby; and me too.
I am convinced that the finest people on earth are attracted to this profession and this is why it would be a special privilege for me to help you to draft a spectacular statement that will get you accepted to nursing school. Often, I am able to make important contributions to the development of your ideas, especially your long term goals and aspirations for helping the underserved, which is the single-most important part of your statement.