During Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing has been sharing each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. In our final post celebrating this observance, we’re featuring DNP student Lee Van Sise, M.B.A., B.S.N., RN, NEA-BC, interim chief nursing officer at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.

Q.  What do you love about being a nurse?

A. I first became a nurse because I enjoyed helping patients and their families’ when they were most vulnerable. My nursing career has since evolved and allowed me the ability to grow professionally in a variety of environments. Ultimately, I have learned my passion is in nursing administration. This allows me to guide nursing operations at an organizational level while supporting and advocating for the bedside nurse.

Q.  Why are you pursuing a DNP degree?

A. I am excited for the opportunity to pursue my DNP degree as it demonstrates my commitment to nursing and lifelong learning.  The DNP degree will provide me the knowledge and insight to further develop my career and guide nursing practice

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