After observing these providers, I became increasingly intrigued by the profession. After a lot of research into this profession and shadowing multiple anesthetists, I knew I had found my calling. During my time at the Children’s Hospital, I learned that the Anesthesiologist Assistant is a skilled medical professional who works as part of the anesthesia care team in the operating room and receives direction from an Anesthesiologist. They have an extensive amount of training in the induction and maintenance of different anesthetics and also advanced monitoring techniques that allow them to keep the patient safe throughout the procedure. They are skilled providers who have training in inserting invasive catheters used for monitoring patient’s vitals, trained in advanced airway and life support techniques, and prepare an anesthetic plan with the licensed Anesthesiologist.
He would research new prescription drugs in order to have a clear understanding of the usage, side effects, dosage, and interactions they may have. He was constantly trying to acquire more knowledge about certain procedures and practices that was relevant to his patient's care. In addition, he would ask his colleagues for their advice and opinion in order to deliver the best quality of care to his patients. In my future career, I would like to develop these skills and put them to
There, I mostly did admin work and organised data of different patients. From this work experience I gained an understanding of the workings of the surgery, and how the patient database is kept securely due to confidential reasons. On my last day I got an opportunity to observe and speak to the doctors that gave me a good understanding of the roles and duties of a GP. I have also volunteered at British heart foundation charity shop that allowed me to be proactive in my local area and help towards a good cause. This has enhanced my self-confidence and interpersonal skills by talking to wide variety of people from different background and age
This approach allows individuals to work together to better communicate amongst one another while also allowing these individuals to make their own informed decisions. This particular form of leadership can enhance healthcare management as well. Supportive dialogue between several stakeholders, sharing different experiences; and reducing complex situations within the healthcare system are all factors of collaborative leadership. Individuals with leadership authority need to be able to engage with the leadership process so that they are continuously involved in ratifying and altering practices the best way they see fit. Collaborative healthcare leadership requires an interdependent environment where different groups and organizations work together for an effective process.
I see this job as an opportunity for constant interaction with experienced providers in the field like physicians and PAs. This constant interaction, I believe could use as a way to establish rapport and formulate invaluable professional relationships. Relationships I hope that would have the temperament of a mentor-student relationship, mentorship to someone such as myself, who has been searching for that type leadership, in addition to the provider-scribe relationship. I see myself attaining these types of relationship by becoming a scribe America
Each member of the team has a variety of strengths and weaknesses and it’s important to utilize each person in accordance. Another example is an anesthesiologist team which includes the main anesthesiologist, anesthesiologist assistants, and several nurses. Each member on the team works together to provide patients with high-quality treatment. In addition to working on a team, it’s also key to establish a group leader. Volunteering for leadership positions can improve a variety of transferable skills, such as communication, management, and leadership skills.
Physical Therapists are licensed health care professionals, they help patients with pain and help with mobility. They help people recover from surgery. Teach patients how to manage or prevent pain. They can work in hospitals, private practices, schools, sports, nursing home, and outpatient clinics. Physical therapist take care of people all different ages.
I wish to pursue my career in the care profession, due to previous experiences looking after elderly people. Over the years my desire to continue working in the care sector has grown, along with the experiences gained throughout my previous studies. My interest in working with and around new people, has lead me on to completing a Health and Social Care short course, where I gained valuable knowledge on how to look after elderly and the disabled people. My role demands high levels of communication skills as it involves working with other agencies such as doctors, nutritionists, social workers, therapists, day center staff and police.
In hopes to broaden my knowledge I found a career in rehab services that would expose me in the area of occupational therapy. I currently work in a hospital as a Rehab Technician and have a passion for helping those around me. Everyday I admire the role of occupational therapy and discovered how rewarding and uplifting this field can be. I’ve developed new skills when working with my patients. I am able to encourage and motivate patients who are suffering from strokes, heart attacks, brain tumors, cancer and various physical and emotional ailments.
I wish to explore other settings such as residential care facilities and schools. Not only are these experiences valuable to my career but they are important tasks while searching for a job. With additional practice and surveillance I learn about the industry’s prospects and etiquette. I am able to ask questions, examine opportunities and become directly exposed to the tasks catered by the OT’s. My long-term goals consist of owning a license and beginning to work in either a hospital setting for pediatric healthcare or inpatient rehabilitation.
Clinical Microsystem Throughout the daily health care facility, microsystem is continuously at play. At my time in the hospital I observed register nurses, CNAs, physical therapist, and dietician come together effectively to help assist the patients overall safety and health concerns of the patient needs. I spent the day shadowing a nurse and observed the element of the microsystem at work. During this time, I recorded my observations of the nurse throughout the day such as patient care, tasks, medications, charting, and other duties.
If I had to choose one activity to pursue, I would go with activity number one: assistant at Drake Dental. I would choose this one primary because it involves helping others. “We rise by lifting others” is a quote that resonates with me as I believe strongly in its message. My job, while it may be insignificant compared to others around the office, involves helping others by making sure everything runs smoothly. Whether it be scheduling an appointment, or simply greeting the patient as they walk in, my job is to ensure that the patient feels satisfied with their dental experience.
Blaire Kennon Mrs. Adams English 9 Pre-Ap 13 April 2017 Physician Assistant The medical field is my dream job. Any time I step into a doctor’s office, hospital, or nursing home I feel comfortable and totally interested.
As an aspiring physician in Emergency Medicine, it is hard to describe typical physician workday activities. Every day is unique and filled with many opportunities to learn and develop clinical, interpersonal communication, leadership and critical thinking skills. Despite this, there are certain routine activities which I had the opportunity to observe through my shadowing experience in the Emergency and Operating rooms at California Hospital Medical Center, Los Angeles. One day, a two year old patient came into the ER after falling and cutting her head. The patient’s mother told the physician that her daughter is nervous and scared.