"...we all need a purpose in life..."
Shazimoon Samms, Health & Biomedical Sciences
TranscriptCompassion, knowing your purpose in life, and being grateful, is my Philosophy of Healthcare. Having compassion for people is very important when it comes to being a healthcare provider. I am a very compassionate person, and usually keep a positive attitude, and provide care with respect. I get a sense of fulfillment when I help someone. I’ve been like that since I was little. I’ve always had the need to help people. I think we all need a purpose in life. I believe we are here to serve people, and to be served by people. Giving and receiving should not be equal. I also believe one should be grateful for who they are or become, and what they have. Every individual has personal rights and is deserving of respect regardless of his or her customs, beliefs, and needs. Every day, I try my best to avoid conflicts, be respectful, friendly, and take responsibility for my actions. So as I become a nurse, I can provide the maximum level of wellness to my patients.
Updated: October 18, 2010 - 2:26pm - by Yvette Saliba