After watching my cousin De’Andra, who is also a medical assistant educational for LPN it makes me more passionate. She works for Life Line Screen Forward for home helping and medical services. She choice this career field due to the fact you can add a higher range and it will always be needed. The benefits for De’Andra job is it makes a difference with
Every job has its ups and downs so you better be ready to embrace the good along with the bad things you may experience while fulfilling your duties. The task of a respiratory therapist is not so easy and it’s definitely not all fun. This profession is not meant for everyone. One who considers pursuing this career must understand all the expectations this job brings. Being a healthcare professional in this field requires working closely with other specialists.
I have been blessed enough to be a teaching fellow in several healthcare courses and continuing during my time at Trine University, Ivy Tech Community College, & Brown Mackie College in USA. In each of these courses, my supervising professor offered me a great deal of autonomy to use my own unique teaching style. As a team we helped our management team to design & Implement the new
I look at functionalism from the perspective of my career. Working in a doctor’s office takes every department working together as a whole in order to provide the best care for the patients. Functionalism uses a macrolevel of analysis because it takes several different people in several departments to come together as a whole to help the patients sustain their health. If we do not work together the patients will not get the care that they deserve. I view conflict theory from the perspective of the film “The Outsiders”.
Scholastica with my RN, I will find the healthcare facility that I will call my home. I would like to work in the pediatrics or obstetrics part of a healthcare facility, and treat all of my patients with the utmost of care. I will make a special connection with each one of them, and show them compassion and respect. The career goal that I have, is to become the best nurse that I can be. I want to make an impact on each patient’s life, and to try and influence them to follow their dreams, and to care for their health.
Nurse practitioner is becoming a well-known profession in health care. Their roles vary incredibly from day-to-day. While in collaboration with other health care professionals, nurse practitioners are able to diagnose and treat many illnesses and diseases at a low cost. They also work closely with primary care physicians in order to properly treat a patient. For example, if a child comes in with tonsillitis, a nurse practitioner has the ability to see the patient initially and consult with the doctor if need be.
This way, the person applying for the position knows that they meet the qualifications and that the interviewer believes they will be able to perform the tasks to their standards. The employer might also appreciate their honesty and then both people can have an open conversation about accommodations and considerations that need to be thought
With my recent acceptance of a position in the ICU at my current hospital, I will be learning through practice and exposure as an ICU RN throughout my time in the BSN-DNP program. I believe that this experience and the option of specializing while in the program will enhance my clinical education and make me a stronger provider. After a few years in a Hospitalist role to bolster a broad experience base, I would like to transfer to a high acuity cardiology based unit. Cardiology has intrigued me for sometime, even more so during my time on my tele/med-surg unit, and is a field that I plan to pursue in my career. While researching potential graduate programs, one of many factors that impressed me about UMass Medical School Graduate School of Nursing was the option of specializing in Cardiovascular or Critical care.
In James F. Childress and Mark Siegler’s article, “Metaphors and Models of Doctor-Patient Relationships: Their Implications for Autonomy,” they discuss the types of relationships in healthcare and how those relationships allow the physician and patient to interact to make negotiations. Childress and Siegler say that relationships are either between intimates or between strangers and that when it is between strangers there is a lack of trust because of the way physicians are viewed most days. Because of the way society has turned to rules and regulations and the pluralistic nature of our society, physicians are often viewed as technicians and contractors rather than as parents or friends. Often times people refuse to visit the doctor’s office because there is a lack of trust towards the idea of a physician rather than the physician herself. Health care has become dictated by economics and politics, which are fields people consider to be cold and calculating.