The knowledge, skills, and experiences that I have acquired have laid the foundation to become a successful health care teacher. I have learned in my entire life that compassionate work for patient’s care serve as a foundation to build on, enabling me to become a responsible healthcare worker, leader & teacher. Being a medical professional for me is my passion for work and achieving goals. The medical field is ever changing because it requires constant learning and staying up to date with current issues. I graciously accept this responsibility.
Reflecting on this clinical practice has been unquestionably beneficial to me. It is helped me ascertain further information about dignity and the importance of it. It has also allowed me to evaluate the care I give and develop personally and professionally. Using the Gibbs (1988) reflective framework has enabled me to look at all aspects of the clinical practice and gain essential information relating the maintenance of dignity. I have found this assignment of reflecting extremely interesting and have enjoyed learning new things about myself and the care I give in clinical practice.
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).
My first experience in the workforce has come from my job with Tim Hortons. Prior to starting I set goals for myself to pursue and achieve. The goals I set proved to help me improve myself in multiple ways. My main goals were to be an asset to my team, make connections, and continue to learn from my job. My hard-work, commitment, and responsible behaviour was recognized and I was promoted to Shift Supervisor after a year of working with Tim Hortons as a Team Member.
1. Kendall Jones from Raleigh has Great Educational Prowess Kendall Jones, a Quality Testing and Release Manager for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals in Raleigh, has achieved many educational goals. When he gradated high school in the late 1980's, he was the valedictorian of his class. His educational success continued into college, where he was also named one of the valedictorians at North Carolina State University. 2.
Character describes the define characteristics that one portrays to be. Scholarships reminds the gratitude we earn after helping out the ones in need. All of these pillars are the true honor and meaning of being a National Honor Society member. In my circumstance, I have seen these characteristics take upon value and belief to my everyday life and future career as a cardiovascular surgeon. For instance, I intern as an observer at the local hospital, which
Trust and consistent returns were characteristics that attributed to the success of Madoff’s operation. White collar crime is committed by educated people in positions of power, trust, and respectability (Ferrell, et al, 2013). Madoff was an educated individual and created an image of trustworthiness in his positions as Chairman of NASDAQ. He also operated a legal business, especially in the beginning that credited his success. Lewis outlines an incident with a longtime friend of Madoff and how trust initiated the investment.
I find that to be an exciting career to be in. that 's why I choose to become a PTA. I can learn so much as and PTA I can learn what expect and if iI want to keep working in this profession. To be a PTA you must have interpersonal skills . Physical therapist assistants and aides spend much of their time interacting with clients, their families, and other healthcare
I started out my Managed Care career at a health clinic that specialized in providing quality service to the Medicare, Medicaid, CHP, and indigent population. To date this has been my most satisfiying job as I truly felt that I too was contributing to the patient care by doing my small part. I think JenCare will allow me to feel that same type of pride in my
Throughout my five years, I take great pride in the customers that shop with us. If there is something that I can do to help my customers or order them a certain product, I don’t hesitate. Sometimes you can’t help them 100% of the time, but the effort they see you put in will mean more to them. Customer service is my first priority because customers that are loyal to us and will tell their friends or family about
Having volunteered with a hospital (Loma Linda Murrieta) that utilized Scribe America scribes, I saw firsthand the expectations and responsibilities of a Scribe America scribe. I also saw how the job was serving as a major stepping stone to many of the scribes overall healthcare career. I want to be a Scribe America scribe firstly because I have seen firsthand what the scribes can do to aid the physicians and what the scribes gained from it, such as strong work relations, education, and experience but also because I have an immense amount of respect for the company. One of the reasons why I have an immense amount of respect for the company is because of the opportunities it provides its scribes, but also because I saw first-hand the treatment the scribes received. What impressed me about Scribe America’s treatment was the work that went into cultivating a positive and enthusiastic work environment for the scribes and chief’s scribes.
My career goal is to become a HIM technicians because I believe that HIM is a great profession to get into it. And from working in a healthcare industry, I have already deal with technical part of my profession which is basically lab work. As working in a lab, it involves patient, codes diagnosis, and quality assurance codes which I have to apply on everyday tasks. Moreover, since I graduated from university, I always had passion to learn about the patient health care data, storage information, and processing information for the best of the patient. In addition HIM has lot of career benefits when it comes to medical health codes, diagnosis and HIPPA rules and regulations.
Dear Middlesex Hospital Administrative Fellowship Committee, It is with noble satisfaction that I write this letter as a recommendation for Mr. Lance Y. Troh who has shown great enthusiasm for leadership within the healthcare industry. As a former student of one of my courses at New York Medical College, Mr. Troh demonstrated his passion for leadership within the health system by firming advocating a transparent healthcare system that delivers result and reduce defects. Mr. Troh is an excellent candidate for the Administrative Fellowship Program because of his experience within the healthcare environmental and critical thinking skills that are essential in today 's competitive healthcare market. Furthermore, Mr. Troh is ready to hit the ground
This letter is to express my interest in the Project Manager position brought to my attention by Joe Gellatly of Medibeat, LLC. My experience, skill-set and competencies are an excellent match for the responsibilities of this position. The knowledge gained working as a Project Manager for Inland Northwest Health Services dovetails perfectly with the requirements at Discus Analytics, Inc. Working as a Service Manager and Inside Sales Representative early in my career instilled a very strong focus on customer service, both internal and external. My years spent in the Purchasing field provided a strong background in developing budgets, resource management and effective communication.
By way of full disclosure, I have known Matthew Parkin from birth and watched him as he grew, from a troublesome child to a full grown man. I really got to know him when he came to Tallahassee for school, in the premed tract. He has spent many hours with my family, and I have had the opportunity to observe him how he interacted with them and our friends. He has been on two medical mission trips with me in the past two years. I treated him as any other student with him finding his full fare.