For over twenty years I taught speech therapy from pediatric to geriatric patients. I worked with to name a few strokes, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, assistive technology, and congenital disorders. I also was able to work with technology readily as I trained, built, and maintained the hospital electronic medical record. Prior to this over twenty years ago I student taught in speech therapy in Toppenish, Washington. I learned how to teach the techniques that I learned at Washington State University.
Johnson in his endeavor to achieve the degree specialty of a Physician Assistant. In order for me to recommend someone to serve in the capacity of a Physician Assistant I must feel they are compentent enough to provide medical care to me as a patient. That is my bar for such a letter. I feel Mr. Johnson has the ability to serve as a Physician Assistant in any clinical or non-clinical capacity. Combined with his training and experiences on active duty, positive attitude, maturity and commitment to do what is ethical I would be honored to watch as Mr. Johnson successfully represents the Physician Assistant Specialty.
Our CTICU fosters nurses to be autonomous and have an active role in the patient’s care plan. He is an essential part of our team as he is an independent thinker. He pulls his knowledge of pathology, diagnosis, medicine and treatment to appropriately
I appreciated how he would talk to his patients before the procedure, making sure they understood everything that was to happen and comforting them. He was flexible, able to work autonomously and alongside the physicians and nurses. I told myself, this is how I would achieve that yearning to do
I have been able to work side-by-side with a Pathologists ' Assistant since day one and because of this, I fully understand their role in the medical society. I owe a lot of what I learned as a grossing technician to them because of their guidance, input, and examples. The more I asked them questions and the more I watched them work, the more captivated I became by their role and realized I wanted to be in their position. As a result, I believe that my close working relationship with the Pathologists ' and Pathologists ' Assistants, as well as the exposure and knowledge I have gained by working in the department will help me succeed, particularly in Loma Linda University 's Pathologists ' Assistant program. Loma Linda University is a good fit for me a few reasons.
These two fine young gentlemen are very successful farmers. They start farming around 11:30 or 12:00 in the afternoon but they do get the job done, usually around 3:00 in the morning. They farm upwards of 1,500 acres all scattered around the delta, from Merigold to Rosedale. They spend very small amounts of money for good turn out, using every thing they possibly can. In farming there are many different plants and supplies you need to make these plants grow.
As I end my sophomore year at Old Dominion University I think about all that I have accomplished in the past two years. I think about traveling to Peru and volunteering at an Hogar and Hospital as a Freshmen, Becoming Co-President of the Women’s ministry for ODU’s Catholic Campus Ministry, and to working hard and receiving good grades in all my classes. Not only do I think about all the work that I have done so far but I also think about my family and all the sacrifices they have made for me. I think about my parents waking up early every day to go to work just so we could have food on the table and a roof over our heads. I think about all they had to sacrifice when they fled from their country just so my siblings and I could grow up with more opportunities, and accomplish any goals we set ourselves without having to worry about whether or not tomorrow would come.
In addition to being an excellent residency candidate, Ashraf demonstrates excellent communication and interpersonal skills. One of the first things I noticed while working with Ashraf was how comfortable he made the patients and their families feel. This is attributed to his outstanding bedside manners and his ability to approach the patient in a cohesive way. In one instance, we had a patient who was diagnosed with lung cancer and I gave him the task of breaking the news to her while I observed. He communicated the information effectively and compassionately in a way that put the patient at
I was able to apply it to both my academic and personal life to great benefit. Shadowing also allowed me to understand that physicians are just as human as everyone else. The ones I shadowed cared deeply about their patients and at times need to take a moment to decompress. These qualities are something I have carried with me and hope to implement one day as a physician
I have had the honor of dedicating much of my time and devotion to the many volunteer opportunities in a variety of venues. Working for the local soup kitchen as a cook and server for 3 years, can definitely humble a person. Setting up and assisting in the churches, Festivals and fundraisers as well as their school nursery program. Working in the capacity of repairing and cleaning forest trails in Central New York State Parks and Warren Island, Maine. Of course, my time spent being a Boy Scout for several years, only just touched on the experience I would later bear.
Medical Assisting Is For Me! Working as a medical assistant can be extremely exciting, all the new things that you can learn all throughout your career and it all starts with school! After I worked as a medical assistant, for about a year, I decided to expand my scope of knowledge, to get certified and begin a career as a certified medical assistant. The diversity, the stable career, the ability to support my son and me, and to allow us to live an independent lifestyle was a major attraction for this career field. The medical assistant career is a good fit for my personality because I greatly enjoy helping others, keeping busy and learning new things.
Wyman and Semadre attend the local high school football games and enjoys their ride to and from his school daily. Semadre enjoys quality time with school mates during the after school program he attend which he appreciates his “me” time. Sallie attends Washburn University seeking a degree in the school Master of Social Work Program which provides quality time with Wyman helping with her studies. My mother has been diagnosed with dementia, has limited use of her legs; therefore, she requires a caregiver whom we hired, therefore, the caregiver prepares her breakfast, lunch, clean the house and does the laundry daily. Lastly, we are a Christian family with strong Christian values and beliefs who have roles and
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.
) I have always received a positive feedback from my professors and clients, that proved my dedication to work, my kind and respectful attitude toward my colleagues, and my ability to establish trust and rapport with clients, families and professionals. 2) I was appreciated as a safe, knowledgeable, helpful, responsible and accountable care provider by my course directors. 3) My RPN’s work in Reproductive Health provided me with the essential knowledge on fertility issues, hormonal treatments, and different care plans for my clients. 4) Having placements in different areas of GTA helped me to provide culturally sensitive care. 5) My study helped me to understand and adopt family centered care principles.