Up until my junior year of high school, I didn’t know what type of surgeon I wanted to be. I was assigned a junior project, where I researched schools, and most importantly my career plans. That’s when I decided that a reconstructive plastic surgeon is what I wanted to become. I am a perfectionist and I like to take my time so that I can take pride in my work.
Additionally, a pediatrician is a medical practitioner specializing in children and their diseases. As a pediatrician some of the major work responsibilities include working with other patients’ parents or guardians, you have to do routine check-ups also, diagnosing, and treating children with a wide variety of injuries and illnesses. Other responsibilities that are important, but not often do the doctors see their pacientes, the emotional involvement in some of their lives and the pleasure that comes from the children that comes to the doctor and gets better throughout the year. Pediatricians’ pay varies state by state, but the starting salary in the General Hospitals is $145k per year.
This experience helped me learn how to overcome challenges faced when caring for patients each day and it reinforced my motivation to work as hard as possible to succeed in nursing school and continue to work to care for others. The experience also provided an opportunity to act as leader since the assisted care home I worked at this past summer was understaffed due to a change in ownership and some staff changes. When my team was short caregivers, I made sure that I spent more time with each patient to ensure they did not have anxiety about the change and end up worried and feeling alone. I found that a few minutes of companionship and
Like most jobs, surgeons work in a particular place, this place is a hospital. Some are private and others are public. They work lengthy hours; more than 24 hours straight. There are on-call rooms where they get to sleep when they have a chance, which isn’t very often. Surgeons must work closely with other medical professionals and have lots of contact with patients and their families.
As a pre-medical student, I initially felt out of my league since the other volunteers were graduate education students. I was responsible for designing a summer reading program for fifteen children, ages five to nine and implementing my program at the Little Falls YMCA where the children were daily. I encountered many obstacles such as what material would be appropriate for each child, children who announced their dislike for reading, and the struggles of instituting a daily lesson. Despite these factors and my unfamiliar setting, I began to feel confident in myself as I thought of new projects to get the children to enjoy the program. Also, several of the children needed emotional support in addition to assistance with their reading, and a personal factor evolved in my relationship with the children.
About 48 million surgical procedures are performed each year (Stanford Health Care). Every part of the human body needs a surgeon who specializes in that area for the best possible care. There are many types of surgeons: cardiothoracic, orthopedic, neuro, or trauma surgeon. Patients who are in bad condition need a surgeon who is ready and prepared to take care of them right away, and that is what a trauma surgeon will do. A trauma surgeon is an incredibly important job in the medical field that help heal and improve the health of near-fatal patients immediately.
Not only have these lessons prepared me and made me a perfect candidate for this summer program, but also prepared me for the environment of Duke University in the future. When I was eleven years old, my role model, my hero, my daddy, lost his six year long battle with colon cancer and passed away. It was a long and agonizing journey that my entire family suffered through. I did not realize it at the time, but this painful experience had taught me many lessons that most people probably will not learn in their lifetime. One of the lessons this tragedy taught me was that if I could live through something as traumatic as a parent suffering and eventually dying, then I knew that I could get through anything that life threw at me, no matter how
The doctors were adamant that without a transplant, I wouldn’t live past four years of age. Eventually, the days turned into months and the months passed into another year and I had beaten the odds. I was still sick a lot, made frequent trips to the hospital and faced an uncertain future. The doctors continued to have a less than ideal outlook on my life and advised that I would be lucky if I made it to twelve years old.
one of the priorities in nursing career for us to apply lessen every year for continuing our practice by fill up CPD (continuing professional development )point . Learning can be divided into two parts which are informal and formal. This two parts able to promote continuous development and improvement in knowledge and skills. Even thought we know the benefits of continuous education but it was challenging for all the health care organization in clinical environment.
Everyone discusses the cliché that “college is the best four or five years of your life.” I do not believe this. I feel as though finding a career I love and building a family will be the greatest part of my life; therefore, I want to start my life as soon as I can without as little debt as possible. This program allows me
After the shadowing program, I attended a 4-week program at the University of Pennsylvania called PennMed. Most days involved exciting activities, such as learning to suture, CPR, performing an ultrasound on ourselves, and even studying anatomy using real corpses. It was during the last two days of the program where I discovered how interested I am in conducting undergraduate research. I’m not sure if it was the silence, everyone’s concentration, or the fact that their research in immunotherapy for treating cancer was going to potentially save millions of lives, but I was immediately drawn to that environment. I could literally see myself being part of that, learning and research, at the Undergraduate Teaching Labs, or in any other research opportunity that JHU offers.
I missed a lot of school growing up because of my cancer treatments and surgeries, but I never fell behind, and I always had teachers that looked out for me. For high school, I went to J.M. Tate High School, and graduated with highest honors. I loved school from kindergarten all the way through
What Motivates Me to Pursue a Career in Medicine and What Attracts me to the UMKC six year Medical Program? My main motivation towards pursuing a career in medicine is my friend Russel who suffers from a severe medical condition that requires chemotherapy and home treatment regimens. I have been his bestfriend since kindergarten and, as such, I always accompany him whenever possible when he goes to the hospital for treatment or help him in whatever way that I can at home or at school. It is this constant exposure to the field of medicine as well as my desire to help my friend in overcoming his disease that initially motivated me towards a career as a doctor (Paolino 14).
“Before applying to PA school, it is important to get experience in medical or patient care, make the most of each rotation in PA school, ask questions and learn as much as you can,” said Abby Pearson. “It is possible to get a job offer from a