MA Jun, RN, B.S.N.

Question 1. Why did you choose nursing?

Nursing chosen me when I was enrolled by the Central South university after Nationwide Unified Examination for Admissions to General Universities. As time goes, I choose to be a nurse because I think I am suitable for this industry, and I am willing to add some achievements to it by my strength.

Question 2. What are your plans after graduation?

I want to go to clinical work and become an excellent nurse with scientific research ability and clinical practice ability. In my first year on the job, I met a five-year girl who had nasopharyngeal cancer, and it took her six months from diagnosis to death. As nurses, we may not be able to save her life, but I have witnessed the whole process that my nursing colleagues gave power to this family, and I hope I can be a nurse like them who are always making efforts to create a warm community.

Question 3. Anything else you would like to share?

Whether you're an undergraduate or a graduate student, if you're not sure what you want to do after graduation, it might be a nice experience to be a clinical nurse for a time, where you will meet a lot of seniors who have really dedicated their lives to this industry, which is worthy of being respected. clinical nursing knowledge is the root for the nursing discipline.