Professional Development Plan

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    I have been asked to develop a "2 year individual professional development plan for a nursing student"
    Does anyone got any idea or have done one before, please give me some ideas and thanks so much!!
    Regards...

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    Professional plans are pretty straightforward: what to you want for your professional self, and how do you intend to achieve it?

    I had to complete a ten year plan for my BSN graduation, and it went something like this (only with a little more detail):

    "Ten years from now, I hope to be serving in the United States Air Force as a nurse officer. I anticipate earning my Masters of Science in Nursing and my PhD within that time frame, with the end goal of teaching nursing in a university setting. After looking into the costs of graduate-level education, I realized that I needed to balance the benefit of advanced education with the cost of going to school for the next five-to-seven years. The Air Force will provide me with the means to continue my education without ending up with a large amount of debt."

    Hope that helps!
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    Quote from aura_of_laura
    Professional plans are pretty straightforward: what to you want for your professional self, and how do you intend to achieve it?

    I had to complete a ten year plan for my BSN graduation, and it went something like this (only with a little more detail):

    "Ten years from now, I hope to be serving in the United States Air Force as a nurse officer. I anticipate earning my Masters of Science in Nursing and my PhD within that time frame, with the end goal of teaching nursing in a university setting. After looking into the costs of graduate-level education, I realized that I needed to balance the benefit of advanced education with the cost of going to school for the next five-to-seven years. The Air Force will provide me with the means to continue my education without ending up with a large amount of debt."

    Hope that helps!

    Wow
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    Thanks so much!! after reading what you wrote and then going back what the lecturer is requiring of me made all the sense, no wonder they say "read the question several times " ), keep perservering and you will get there.
    Regards


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