Meanwhile, I taught several health care subjects in USA including anatomy, physiology, microbiology, counselling, women health, & healthcare management. 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
My placements consisted of hematology, clinical neuroscience, acute mental health, complex care and a medicine unit. In looking back over my assessments for these placements I have been able to put together a list of my strengths and areas for growth and from this list I have created my learning plan for my first year of practice. Strengths. Upon reviewing past reflections and feedback from tutors and peers, my strengths include “effective communication with all appropriate parties.” I am reflective and therefore identify areas of strengths and limitations and areas that need improvement; I also seek out constructive feedback regarding my practice (A. Ilic, personal communication, DATE) According to my preceptor last semester I demonstrates a sound understanding of self-care, self-reflection and work life balance. I also have an “understanding of the components of the nurse patient relationship, by maintaining an open and professional relationship with the patients.” I am also “demonstrated self-direction and initiative” (B. Mahy, personal communication, DATE).
Becoming an occupational therapist is my passion and my long-term career goal. Since a young age I have been incredibly inspired and motivated to befriend and help disabled individuals. Having grown up with a disabled mother who benefited from the services of occupational therapy I had the opportunity to see first hand how the experience gave can give individuals like her fulfilling and productive lives. With both parents working as healthcare professionals, including my mother who is now an occupational therapist herself, I see every day how rewarding the field is. Through my life I have had unique personal, professional and educational experiences that have shaped me into a strong candidate for an advanced education in occupational therapy.
When I was growing up, multiple people questioned me about my future career, and others even pressured me into certain careers. All the influences I have had over time have formed my idea of the perfect occupation, that fits my personality and interests. The careers I have based my future life plans are a pharmacist or a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Both of these careers require a great deal of school and hard work. My decision of these careers was influenced by both of them being within the medical field, and also both focus on helping people.
It 's a hot a sunny day and also the first day of high school for 14 year old Audrey Wells. She walks past the local soup kitchen and sees volunteers inside laughing and having fun, wishing she had something like that she continued on her walk to school. As she enters her class her teacher says that he requires 10 community service hours per quarter to get a passing grade. He also says that there are many benefits to community service such as, getting teens out of their homes, giving adolescence a feel of the real world and, and providing students with chances to meet people outside of school that would get to personally know us. In the future all these things will be very beneficial to these students everyday lives.
I spent a large amount of my day delivering to hospitals and medical offices. Interacting with nurses during deliveries sparked an old desire I had to go to nursing school. Every day on my drive home a passed school and won day noticed the sign stating that they now offered an LPN program in the evening. Evening courses were appealing because I was raising three teenagers and their father would be home at night so I could be at school and not
Next, you must be certified in Neonatal Resuscitation and/or Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing.Typically, hospitals require that you work at least one year in a clinic before moving on to a hospital setting. There are quite a couple different reasons why I would appreciate to be a neonatal nurse. The most important reason being that I want to help ill babies get back to health. I want to help families in the worst situations. Newborn babies are fascinating, and I would love to take care of them.
After many weeks of researching in-depth information pertaining to a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP), researchers will discover that there are various career paths one can seek with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, which is needed to start one’s difficult journey towards becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP). Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) can work with toddlers, adolescents, and young adults in an acute or primary care setting. A Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree will pave a clear path, that will help guide a Registered Nurse (RN) in the direction needed to acquire a master’s degree with a concentration in Pediatrics. As the birth rate increases, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) should feel assured that they will withhold a job. That is why pediatric clinics and pediatric hospitals are built, so that parents can be ascertained that their kids are receiving the best aids available.
My childhood initiated a desire to help prevent and mitigate injury or illness; this soon flourished into an interest in the health care field. To help narrow my choices I explored as many science courses as I could. Talking with health care professionals and reading nursing textbooks I found in my aunt’s house piqued my interest in the nursing field and patient care. From there, I completed a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course which further solidified my decision. Now, I am fully invested in becoming a nurse.
I became very close with one of the Resident Assistants on my floor because it just happened that we would always run into each other in the hallway whether it was 4pm or 2am. We would just sit in the corridor and talk for sometimes hours with other residents joining in on the conversation. While I’ve tried to connect with all of the RAs in the dorm, some just don’t spend a lot of time in our community which makes it hard for them to have a strong positive influence on the residents. If I become an RA I will lead my residents by example. One of my close friends from Pegram is also applying to be an RA and we are both very close with the RAs in Pegram who plan to return next year.
Throughout high school I have participated in many different activities and programs, but one of the opportunities I was given I will carry with me forever. As a junior at River Valley I participated in the Marion General Teen Volunteer Program. After interviewing and being placed in the physical therapy unit I took the opportunity to branch out into other areas of the hospital. I soon made my way to the labor and delivery floor where everyday a miracle happened. My duties while volunteering included assisting the nurses during hearing checks, changing diapers, and rocking crying infants in special care.
This policy states that its main goal was “To increase and maintain the proportion of physically active people in Scotland.” (Scottish Government, 2003) And also detailed that they wanted both adults over 16 and children 16 and under to meet the basic physical activity requirements, an hour on most days for children and 30 minutes on most days for adults. This policy links to my health topic as during my activity the children in the room I am working in will be getting an alternative to their normal simple walking or crawling around the room and will encourage their exploration and discovery skills which links to the pre-birth to 3 curriculum. A second policy that links to physical activity is HALL 4 and this policy promoted 3 main aspects of “The allocation of the Health Plan Indicator. The 24-30 month review. The delivery of health improvement information and advice.” (Scottish Government, 2011) For my health topic I will be focusing on the 24-30 month review where the health visitor assigned to the child will keep track, in partnership with parents, the child’s developmental goals for their age.
Informing the client about available options regarding her health care, (Army) benefits, Medicare, food stamps, and how she is utilizing community resources. I would encourage that Mrs. Carla Washburn stay in contact with friends and family members to form supports that can assist her. She has very strong family values and spiritual guidance from her traditions. It is recommended that she find a home health provider or companion care resource that helps her with household tasks, transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery stores, and church activities. Have a visiting nurse check in once a week to check how she is doing.
Many would also point out she’s a wiz with a needle and thread, making countless costumes and formal attire for her family and friends. We can see her various crafts every Sunday morning during Sunday School Breakfast and other church events. After retiring from DISD Mary began creating culinary delights through her Sunday breakfast ministry at St Mark Missionary Baptist Church. In addition to serving in the Food Ministry, she also taught Vacation Bible School, Adult and Children Sunday School, and orchestrated a community block party for St Mark. An important aspect of Mary’s life is family: her beloved husband, Bobby Jackson has been her sunshine for 27 years whom she enjoys traveling and gardening.
These visits from family are extremely meaningful to BK as she wants to fulfill the demands of her roles as mother and sibling. She visits the senior center to engage in social participation and leisure activities on Mondays and Wednesdays. Tuesday is the day paratransit will take her to the grocery store, with the last Tuesday of each month being a Walmart trip. Once a week the CNA will change out her medication box and handle all her medication management. With the leftover time in the day she engages in passive leisure and