Ans: I did my BSc. (Hons) Nursing from Jamia Hamdard. I live in Delhi. I started to explore the practical field of Nursing 4 months after completing my degree. I am working as a staff nurse in Indraprastha Apollo, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi.
Ans: After class 10th, my aim was crystal clear to become a medical graduate but due to some circumstances and my destiny, my studies lead to me ending up as a Nursing Graduate.
Ans. After the payscale, the shift timings are the major challenge.
Ans. Yes, it is difficult for a woman nurse to balance the tough schedules and private life, whether she lives in a hostel or on rent.
Ans. According to me, nurses are the backbone of the medical field. Without them, patient care isn’t possible. Doctors give orders but nurses act upon them to save people’s lives.
People mostly think that “sisters” have little knowledge or that they can’t handle critical situations. On the contrary, nurses are the primary persons who act in these situations and save people’s lives. They also deserve the respect (& pay scale) that doctors get.