When I look forward to my life in thirty years, I can see myself working in a hospital. I think that this is important to be able to see. When choosing a career, I want to be choosing it as something that I can see myself having a bright future in. Finally, I want to be a biology major with a focus on medicine because I am a people person. Not only do I think that the study of life is the most fascinating subject, but I also love that there are so many career options with a social aspect.
With limited resources in Pakistan I had to rely greatly on my own clinical expertise rather than expensive laboratory and radiological tests. And this has polished my clinical skills as a physician. I believe that combining my clinical aptitude with the resources available in your hospital would make me well suited for practicing and learning Medicine in the US. By applying my prior experience and knowledge in the hospital and clinics, I can immediately be a productive member of the medical team. Also, nearly one year of US clinical experience provided me with a strong training and educational foundation.
I had opportunities to practice my hand at endoscopies which piqued my passion for procedures. I was appreciated for my ease and skill at doing all the procedures including the complicated ones. During this time I thoroughly enjoyed leading and teaching my team of interns and medical students. I am also the team leader for Quality Improvement projects which revealed my capabilities of effective communication and team work. Gastroenterology to me is the most exciting and dynamic subspecialty within medicine.
Physician shadowing was the first real experience I had in the medical field outside of personal ailments. Each experience provided me with important insight into the day-to-day activities of both physicians and medical students. It also showed me the responsibility physicians carry. Responsibility is something I have worked on tremendously in response to these observations. I was able to apply it to both my academic and personal life to great benefit.
I am also anxious and enthusiastic about to follow my graduate classes at GCU. I want to tell Kristin that, we have a quality resemblance regarding our career path. I have the same goal as yours. My objective for achieving a MBA degree is to advance my career path and obtain a managerial level in the health care system. I hope we all gain more knowledge as well as great leadership and organization skill that allow us to improve overall quality of care in the hospital.
Through becoming a nurse I aspire to take my education in medicine and delegate my efforts to not only improving the medical status of my patients but also to improve the mental well being of them as well. My experience growing into a world where prime physical health was not an option, the opportunity to see how a staff of passionate nurses can contribute to the mental stability and growth of a patient was an honor and inspiration that drives my passion for this career choice. Also, over the last few years I have grown a particular interest in medical research and would love to take his passion with me to expand my interest and contribute to the extensive research program at
The components of liking the hospital and material, had led me to the realization that I had a calling for the medical field. Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant was the first step in determining where I wanted to be in the medical field. Luckily I found it at the first try, working alongside with amazing professionals and
Pricking people’s fingers, calculating various components of blood, calculating BMI of patients, observing cholesterol screenings, creating healthy snacks for patients, and conducting research on cardiovascular health were part of my amazing experience as an intern. During this experience, I developed exceptional communication and leadership skills as well as a sense of professionalism in the workplace. Due to my comprehensive knowledge within my field of interest, I am more than confident I will be successful in my future academic
The thought of me becoming a doctor and attending to the needs of others is gratifying. My ability to investigate the source of an illness, empathize with patients, think critically and employ a treatment plan for a person 's ailments, intrigues me. The ever-present nature of health problems in my family made me realize that as a doctor I could treat the sufferers of pain and disease, and heal them so that they become stronger and healthier individuals. One of the largest factors which influenced me to pursue a career in STEAM arose from my passion for volunteering. At sixteen, with an early interest in the medical field, I joined the Valhalla Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
Over 7 months as a clinical trainee at Cedar Medical Center, and 2 months in the BC IMG Clinical Assessment Program, I was afforded the chance to be exposed to a wide scope of practice with many amazing physicians in terms of knowledge and professionalism. Also, I noticed the actual implementation of high standard of knowledge and skills on top of the use of evidence- based medicine. This experience added to my appreciation as a general practitioner, an internist, and an emergency medicine physician and the importance of being a life-long learner. It strongly drove me to apply to and hopefully start your family Medicine Residency program. Your program will provides me with the best updated academic materials and clinical training needed to be a successful family physician and keep going the extra mile in providing best service to our
I have also developed my time management and team working skills and am aware that these are essential qualities for working in a medical field. My confidence in handling complex tasks has increased because I was supporting patients with chronic conditions, caused by the long term effects of smoking, alcohol consumption, obesity and drug abuse. I gained a holistic knowledge of how an individual’s lifestyle is related to these treatments. After I successfully completed my work experience, I attended a lecture on physiology courses which were available at several universities. This further convinced me to embark upon a physiology career.