Testimonials of ProSes Scholarship Holders at Master's and Doctoral Studies in Nursing
I have always wanted to be a nurse. My mother, who was a midwife, inspired my career path. I like listening to people, helping them and comforting them. Regardless of the stress and other difficulties of this job, I would always choose the same.
Nursing is not a job, nursing is life. Nursing is a unique vocation that, in addition to knowledge and skills, requires the most beautiful
human traits - humanity and dedication.
I have chosen to be a nurse because I want to help the sick and weak to improve their health and quality of life. I believe we are
significantly helping people recover by showing empathy, providing professional
assistance and applying knowledge gained through many years of studying.
It takes a lot of love, empathy and effort to embrace nursing profession. There
is always room for improvement and further professional development.
I have been working as a nurse for ten months now. I love my job and I chose it because it is humane. Nurses can do so much not only
for patients but the entire society.
After nearly thirty years of work experience, I plan
to continue to transfer knowledge to colleagues and teach at the faculty. I also intend to continue my professional development until the end of my carrier.
I chose this profession because it is unique, with a lot of challenges and the opportunity to empathies with patients. The studies so far have expanded my knowledge of social, communication and clinical care skills.
I have chosen this profession because I
care for people very much. I was led by the fact that I can help the sick. Education is a continuous, lifetime process. During the graduate studies I gained significant experience and knowledge in human resources and management.
Unfortunately, I spent a large part of my childhood in health institutions due to health problems. It was the nurses who helped me get
through that stressful period easier. That awoke desire in me to also help others one day - to make difficult moments easier, to offer them a word of
comfort and make their day better.
I chose this profession primarily because I like helping those in need. For me, it is not only a job
but also a vocation that makes me happy and fulfilled.
I like helping people, especially those in need. It
makes me happy. That is the reason I chose this profession. After completing my studies, I hope to get an internship and employment at the University Clinical Hospital in Mostar.
I chose this profession solely out of love for this
vocation. During my undergraduate studies, I was already involved in teaching as a Peer Learning Assistant and after completing my master's degree I became a Senior Teaching Assistant.
The possibility to help people
and find employment after graduation helped me decide to become a nurse. During
my studies, I learned a lot, mostly about management and leadership which is very useful for the position of a nursing supervisor.
The one who chooses this profession
must really love it in the first place. Empathy is considered one of the most beautiful human traits. Unfortunately, it does not exist in many people, but it must exist in nurses.
I have developed love for������nursing as a child. This profession is distinct in a way that it gives the
opportunity, in fact the privilege, to help people when they need it most. Despite all the difficulties I encountered during my studies and work, I cannot imagine myself doing any other job.
Since I was a child I have loved helping people around me. A neighbor who worked as a nurse and occasional visits to health care facilities additionally increased my interest for
For me, this profession is not only a job but a noble vocation that gives me the chance to
take care of, assist and encourage the
sick in difficult times. Although many times I heard that it is difficult and it "does not pay off",
I didn't give up.
I chose this profession as a result of my love for people, my desire to help those with health problems and the feeling it creates in return. After my studies, I plan to continue developing as a lecturer and pass the acquired theoretical and practical knowledge onto younger colleagues.
I have always wondered what people in white uniforms do. I was especially fascinated by nurses working in operating rooms and intensive care units because I believed their job was full of challenges and very humane.