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Beliefs
The following lists were compiled from students’ Philosophy of Nursing papers.

I believe rape is wrong


I believe murder is wrong
I believe bigotry/racism is wrong
I believe in God
I believe in Jesus Christ
I believe marriage is between one man and one woman
I believe all people deserve equality
I believe I must push myself to the max
I believe it is wrong to judge people
I believe a nurse is both a leader and a follower
I believe abortion is wrong
I believe in “live and let live”
I believe in providing the best nursing care
I believe the core of nursing is based on the nurse-client relationship
I believe the basis of nursing is caring
I believe in practicing holistic medicine
I believe in listening to patients’ needs
I believe in teamwork
I believe in the power of prayer
I believe people have a right to proper healthcare
I believe patients need an ideal environment
I believe one’s attitude affects one’s health
I believe love is a very powerful component of the spiritual and mental realms of holistic wellness
I believe how someone behaves is based on what they believe
I believe Jesus is my light
I believe with all my heart that God loves all of us
I believe in God and the power of prayer
I firmly believe that my belief and faith in Jesus Christ will impact how I treat my patients and my peers
I believe in the power of laughing and having a positive attitude
I believe we are put on earth to serve God
I believe kindness helps patients
I believe everyone deserves the same level of care
I believe I must be prepared
I believe everything happens for a reason
I believe God will guide me through prayer
I believe in being responsible
I believe in cultural tolerance
I believe in the “golden rule”
I believe in natural childbirth
I believe I must embrace others’ cultures and religions

BSMCON.NUR1100 Module III Rev.8.26.14


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I believe there is good in all people


“Beliefs are subject to change as we grow, mature, and explore the world. Values are going to be ideas
that are relatively constant and won’t be easily changed throughout one’s lifetime.”

Values
Fair, impartial, compassionate care to all Awareness
Humor Patient education
Service
God
Justice
Empathy
Compassion
Integrity
Altruism
Holistic Care
Human life
Intelligence/knowledge
Thoroughness
Love
Honesty
Loyalty
Openness to learning
Responsibility
Balance
Autonomy
Ethical conduct
Quality care
Patients’ right to self-determination
Kindness
Respect dignity and worth
Trust
Faith
Collaboration
Respect
Advocacy
Caring
Tolerance
Benevolence
Family
Genuineness
Sensitivity
Courage
Accountability
BSMCON.NUR1100 Module III Rev.8.26.14