Last semester, I spent most of my weekends working at a pharmacy as a pharmacy technician. My job is not easy because I have to deal with demanding and impatient customers and their insurance company all day. I have worked 9 hours shift without a break. Nevertheless, I love my job. I feel accomplished and satisfied knowing that I helped in the process of improving others’ health. More importantly, I become fascinated with the field. Pharmacy appeals to me as an intriguing and promising occupation. More importantly, it is also a noble profession.
Am I a talented, high-achieving, and motivated student who is looking to make the most of of my college experience? Am I interested in putting myself in the best academic position for a successful career after graduation? Am I looking for opportunities to think critically and express myself creatively in a supportive community of like-minded students and faculty? Yes, yes, and yes!
It has been a long journey coming to a resolution for what I want to do with my professional life but finally, I have come to a decision. Dental hygienists are oral health professionals who are licensed in dental hygiene to provide educational, examination, medical, organizational and beneficial services for the sack of health for patients. The main reason I am interested in dental hygiene is, my whole life I’ve been interested in a profession in the health care division.
It is an extraordinary honor to be considered as a candidate for the National Honor Society. Being considered means I have achieved my goal in demonstrating my determination- in school and outside of school- and my willingness to aid people in my community. Being a part of such a prestigious organization is an enormous responsibility to which I will fully devote my time. Ever since I was a freshman, my goal was to work diligently to be among the highest scholars and to be accepted into this scholarly “hall of fame”. Through my relentless hard work and perseverance, I believe that I possess the four characteristics of a National Honor Society member- leadership, service, character, and scholarship.
I've always taken joy in being a leader. Having the ability to help guide someone in the right direction intrigues me. That's why I would love to have a leadership position in National Junior Honors Society. I'm specifically interested in being the president, but if I don't get it, I would love to fill another position. I promise that if given the opportunity, I will be a responsible, honest, creative, committed, positive, and productive leader. I will also do my best to show good character, leadership, citizenship, service, and scholarship because I know that these qualities are very important for the National Junior Honors Society and that they are also very important to me.
For over fifteen years I have enjoyed being an LPN. Working in nursing homes taught me to how to patience and how to use my knowledge to help my patients to the best of my ability. My time as an alcohol and drug rehabilitation nurse helped me to appreciate the courage it takes to admit to a problem, ask for help and the strength it takes to work to get better. Working in a hospital taught me to how to work in a fast paced setting while keeping my sanity intact.
Completing a pharmacy residency will provide me the skills necessary for improving patient outcomes and achieving my personal career goals. In order to specialize in the field of pharmacy, additional training under experienced practitioners is vital to gaining knowledge. Completing a pharmacy residency will offer a broad spectrum of exposure, thereby enhancing my ability to care for a wide variety of patients including both adults and pediatrics. This range of knowledge will additionally aid in becoming board certified and allow me to provide optimal patient care. Additionally, completing a residency will ensure that I continue to conduct research and provide the chance to precept pharmacy students by acquiring a teaching certificate. It is
For starters, you will need education on the topic of medicine. You will need to enroll in college courses, attend class an learn the basics of Pharmacy Technician in order to be qualified to work in this field. After going to school you also have to make sure that your background/ criminal history is in good standards. Your vaccines will need to be updated as well (TB) shots are very important. You will also of course have to make sure you’re not using any drugs, you will be drug tested an nobody wants a drug addict in their work place. So say no to drugs please or you can possibly hurt someone or even cause them their life, so stay away from drugs.
Pharmacy Technicians don’t just supply medicines to patients and help doctors or provide information to patients about other healthcare professionals. Pharmacy Technicians help licensed pharmacists prepare prescriptions medications. They count tablets, labeling bottles and maintain records and
During my interpreting rounds in the ER, I ran into a gentleman who was suffering from excruciating pain due to a foot infection. He was a Vietnamese veteran I had helped interpret for him in the past. The patient soon found out he had methicillin-resistant Staphyloccus aureus (MRSA). I didn't know what the disease nor did I know anything about his treatment plan. However, I knew it sparked a strong interest in pharmacy because I was especially curious on how they would treat him and how he became that way.
Greetings. My full name is Aadil Ameen Chishty, and I am the youngest child of two siblings. One thing people tend to ask me when they first meet me is the meaning of my name. “Aadil” is taken from the Arabic language, and it can be translated to several definitions, such as, “one who seeks justice,” or simply, “justice” or “equity.” My middle name holds the same meaning as the word “amen” in English. My last name, however, is not important to me; it just reminds me of my shame towards my parent’s homeland.
I have come too far to achieve my goal. Being a pharmacy graduate from another country and not able to practice here in the USA, I went through the whole process of pharmacy school and stand on my grounds for the completion. I want to contribute towards my community and family. I want to hold onto my good foundation in moral values and beliefs of principles. I differentiate myself from other students in past by receiving the quality of education and college experience throughout my schooling. In short, I see myself not only being the future pharmacist, I am more to be a profession in a society as multifunctional, leaders, social technician, and reformers. I have an ability for foreign languages. As a matter of fact, I know English, Hindi, Gujarati, Swahili, Urdu, and Punjabi. My future learning goal is Spanish. My studies at the University of Wyoming will contribute a lot in getting a licensure to work in any state of pharmacy and pursuing my goals in the future to work for a chain pharmacy and maybe look into doing an anticoagulation clinic. I strongly believe that the school of pharmacy has provided me to be fine interdisciplinary human, professional and have the knowledge to seek a level excellence in the field of pharmacy. I can describe what I plan to do between now and graduation to distinguish myself is to work hard towards my rotation and gain as much experience as possible. I
I learned that there is always a need for pharmacy technicians and are in high demand. Being a pharmacy technician helps students decide if pharmacy is right for them before they head to college. Pharmacy technicians are determined, responsible, and outgoing. pharmacy technicians learn how to answer the phone, helping customers from different backgrounds, interacting with customers. I learned that it is possible to be a pharmacy technician while being in high school. I also learned that pharmacy technicians package medications for the nursing home, stock shelves, fill prescriptions, and work in retail pharmacies. I did not know that pharmacy technicians get on the job training while being a student in high school. High school students have
One reason that I want to be in Distinguished Scholars is because it will provide me with challenges greater than other classes might. When I face challenges, I face them head on and do not quit until I have conquered the task. I am ready for the rigor than I understand Distinguished Scholars provides and feel it will be a good fit for me.
I am quite perplexed by your response to this issue, Alex. As someone who recently graduated from college – seven years of agonizing studying, along with thousands of dollars in debt – I absolutely sympathize with your perspective. From my understanding, we pursued our respective careers based on diametrically opposed viewpoints: you selected a profession based on strong interest and passion, while I picked one with lucrative financial opportunities. Do not misinterept my last statement as a declaration that I loathe my job, but understand that health care workers (physicians, pharmacists, nurses, etc.) are overworked, understaffed, and deal with high rates of turnover.