Principal (Rawal College of Nursing)
Mrs. Nazir Pervez
Most people say nursing is a career about caring. Others say it is a job about professional administration of medications to cure to patients. some say it is the duty to work out predicaments by using critical thinking skills. In whatever way you want to call it, nursing is, indeed, a conlomeration of all these beliefs and the faculty of many other skills. Nursing merges all elements of professional treatment, compassion, medical attention into one vigorous and feasible occupation. Nurses demonstrate all the remarkable characteristics of a person knowledgeable in patient care. In fact we as healthcare professionals are focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life from conception to death. So we need to work in a large variety of specialties where we work independently and as part of a team to assess, plan, implement and evaluate care. Nurses form the backbone of medical profession.
The aim of the nursing community worldwide is for its professionals to ensure quality care for all, while maintaining their credentials, code of ethics, standards, and competencies, and continuing their education. There are a number of educational paths to becoming a professional nurse, which vary greatly worldwide, but all involve extensive study of nursing theory and practice and training in clinical skills. The profession combines physical science, social science, nursing theory, and technology in caring for the humanity. In order to work in the nursing profession, all nurses hold one or more credentials depending on their scope of practice and education. To accomplish these high aims and goals the nurses must be adequately groomed. Their education and training must be meticulously planned and executed. This requires highly professional institutions across the nation. I'm hopeful that seats of this college will be increased and it will soon be upgraded into more teaching facilities.