As you begin the journey into graduate education, it is important to understand the value of the Masters Prepared Nurse. Take a moment and reflect on your decision to return to graduate school. What were the motivating factors: a better job, requirement for promotion, a desire for professional development, or the opportunity to influence positive change and shape the future of nursing practice? Take a moment to reflect on your “why”. When we understand our “why” it can help to motivate us during challenging times during this educational journey. What were the motivators for you returning back to school to further your education and what value do you see in the Masters Prepared Nurse?
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your instructor will be monitoring the Collaboration Café but not participating as this is your opportunity to give and receive feedback from your peers. The Collaboration Café is graded this week (50 points). There are no scholarly references required in this discussion format. Please see the guidelines and grading rubric below.
My key motivators in pursuing the MSN degree were to gain a more competitive advantage in getting a better job with better pay as I feel financially strained by my current salary. I equally need a job promotion where I can secure a better job position either at my current or a different organization. With MSN knowledge, skills, and competences, I knew I would grow and develop professionally, and get the golden opportunity to impact positive changes and shape better the future of professional nursing practice. One other motivation is that most of my colleagues have an MSN degree or are currently pursuing it and I would not want to be the only one left behind. I would like to be the best nurse to my patients and this I can only achieve through educational advancement and life-long learning. Because it is highly difficult to balance work, school, and family, I try my best to motivate myself with these motivating factors whenever I feel despair during my journey in education.
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