Nurse & Nursing Paragraph

Here are 4 paragraphs about a nurse and the nursing job. They are short, between 120-150 words. They highlight the need, importance, and professional position of nurses in society. We have written the paragraphs in simple words keeping in mind the practical use of the students in the school.
A Nurse nursing Paragraph
Nursing is a noble humanitarian profession.

In 130 words, for class 5 to 10

Write a paragraph describing the life of a nurse and nursing profession. Mention social status of her job, her role, her training and qualities.

One who undertakes the job of nursing is a nurse. Nursing is a useful profession, so she is an important person in our society. When a sick and wounded man goes to a hospital, a nurse looks after him carefully. In wartime, her service is more important and essential. Her service is essential both in peacetime and wartime. But many people do not like it. They think that a nurse works with sick and dirty people. Nobody should neglect this job. Trained nurses are needed in our hospitals. After completing the training of three years course, she can join a hospital. Besides training, a good nurse must possess some good qualities such as patience, devotion, love, and affection. Indeed, her job is noble and honorable.

A Paragraph on Nurse, Nursing as a Job
The role of a nurse in healing a patient is no less than that of a doctor.

A Paragraph on Nurse / Nursing as a Job

In 120 words, for class 4 to 8

Write down a paragraph on a nurse stating how one can be a nurse. Mention the duties of a nurse that is done to attend the patients.

Nursing is a noble job. It is a human task that requires patience, love, and sympathy for the sufferers. Her responsibility is not less than a doctor. She has a trained hand. After passing the SSC she has to study for three years’ course in the Nurses’ Training Centre and has to serve in a Medical college for a year to get a BSc degree in Nursing. She has to keep a watchful eye on the patients and their needs. She has to assist the doctors too during a surgical operation. The role played by a nurse in our society is simply great, but sometimes she is looked down upon due to our tradition. She should be evaluated to get more service from her.


A Nurse / Nursing Paragraph

Sentences: 11, Words: 150, Characters: 913

The profession of caring for patients is called nursing, and the person who does the job is called a nurse. Nursing is a noble and humane profession. What a doctor does for a patient, a nurse does no less. Nursing is important and essential for any society. No hospital can be run without nurses. A nurse is very responsible and punctual. She offers timely medication, ties up bandages, pushes saline and injections to injured and sick, and records their treatment history. Especially during wars and epidemics, their responsibilities increase, then they tirelessly serve the people. Usually, girls are seen more in the nursing profession. Because they are more sincere and sympathetic than men in caring for the sick. In the past, the nursing profession was not viewed with respect in some countries, but nowadays, with the spread of education and science, nursing is revered as a noble and admirable profession.


A Nurse Paragraph, 100 Words

By: Haque, For class 3-4

Mrs. Masuda Mahmud is a nurse in the Sonapur health complex. She comes from a village near Rangpur. After completing secondary school, she studied nursing at the nurse’s training center in Rangpur. She was a very hard worker and one of the top students there. Then she studied her BSc in nursing at the medical college hospital. Now Masuda works hard in the Sonapur health complex. Her husband is the manager of the Agrani Bank. They have two children. The people of Sonapur are really lucky to have a hardworking nurse like Mrs. Masuda.

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A teacher, writer and blogger, started allparagraph noting students search online for paragraphs on various topics, short and simple essays, edifying stories and other materials of study. In composing these lessons we have tried to use as simple language as possible, keeping young students in mind. If you find any text inappropriate, please let us know so we can make it more useful through necessary corrections and modifications. Thank you!

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