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.
The career that I want major in it is Registered Nurse. I want to major in the career because my most of my family from my father 's side works in the medical field. Also I want to be a part of my community and help out. The reward you get from this career is you help patients every day and use the knowledge you gained from nursing. Nursing has many options for you in life that could help you out.
Growing up I always wanted to become a nurse. Nursing runs in the family on both my mom and dad’s side. In less than two years I will officially be a certified nurse. It is important to understand my field requires certain communication skills, so our patients receive ultimate satisfaction. Teamwork involves working with multiple people to ensure the maximum patient success.
I am honored to have the opportunity to write this letter of recommendation on behalf of Abraham Varelas, a Public Health professional and activated member of many communities in Pima County. It is my pleasure to whole heartedly recommend Abraham for acceptance into the Family and Human Development Graduate Degree program at T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State. In my career and life, I have found it rare to encounter individuals that hold the acquisition of education and the provision of support and knowledge in equally high regard and desire. However, with Abraham it has always been evident that his aspiration and need to grow and learn professionally and personally is congruent with his passion to provide
This degree will acclaim myself as a registered nurse, this type of nurses are responsible for caring and educating patients about their current conditions and at best to help them improve by carrying out duties such as to “perform physical exams, provide health promotion, administer medications” (nursingworld.org) and much more. I strongly envision that this career choice fits properly for me. The decision to be someone that cares for people, someone who needs to commit to learn, someone designed to have the hunger to work further only seems justifying for myself. The inspiration to be this someone came from my parents, teachers, friends and especially coaches. My parents who always remind me to be the finest caretaker I can be in this big family, my teachers, specifically one of them is Ms.Kelly,who influences me to always output my best self and reminds me that I can reach heights in life, my loving friend, Austyn Ah Choy, who never fails to note to me that I have the ability to show everyone that I can achieve greatness, and lastly my softball coaches who never give up on me and who help build my engagement towards hard work.
That is how I initially begun picking this major. Second, Another reason made me pick this major is that I feel inside of me that I can do something useful for humanity by this job, I have the feeling that I can probably add something to this career. I am always wishing to wear the white coat and be called by doctor, it is not just a dream, it is my life for me. I believe I have the ability to deal with patients and help them. Medicine has many branches and field, personally I love dealing with eyes and vision.
I started rethinking my Nursing degree and decided that maybe Nursing itself isn't for me. Wanting to stay in the medical field, I decided on enrolling for the Medical Insurance Billing and Coding program. I figured that my knowledge of medical terminology acquired from Nursing School would be put to good use. With everything I've heard, read and experienced with Everest so far, I am confident that they will help me become a good example for my child, as my parents were for me. With hard work, dedication and the help and support from the staff at Everest, I can achieve my American Dream and have a bright future for my family and
The personal care that I am able to give to a resident is rewarding. Knowing you have helped someone is a grand thing. As a registered nurse it appears that most of the time is spent charting medical records, dealing with way too many headaches, and passing medication. Sarah has worked in other medical settings prior to coming to a care facility and stated that so much burden and liability is placed on nurses especially in hospitals. Sarah’s positive attitude kept me inspired throughout my observations to continue my education in the medical field, although, I am now strongly considering different career
We all have different careers that we look into and we all have something we want to be when we are older. Having to pick just one thing that you want to be when you are older is probably the hardest things you have to choose. I was really into the medical field for the longest time so Nursing Assistants is something I look into doing. Also I look into to being a Registered Nurse that was one of my main topic. Being surgeons is also something i would want to do, looking at different things and seeing how much it relates to what I’ve being looking into.
It’s not an easy job but I know i can do it an stick through it. When I’m sick goes to the doctor or hospital I always ask my nurse what she’s doing next because i want to know and I know I will be doing it soon. If people didn’t want to be or do the career than how will people feel
I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD. Each has inspired my love for nursing and has influenced me to set new personal and professional goals. I ask for your consideration for admission into your program, which will facilitate my goal of becoming an Adult Gerontology Primary Care or Family Nurse Practitioner. I look forward to not only embarking on this new journey but also joining my mother and brother as a Buckeye
I admire how much knowledge physician assistants obtain throughout their years of schooling since they learn a great amount about many portions of medicine. I always desired to learn as much about science and medicine as I possibly could; therefore, this profession is perfect for me. I also love caring for people and that is what I get to do as a medical professional. My desire to learn and my passion for volunteering and helping others will allow me to be an essential part of the physician assistant profession. I now desire to work in either Infectious Disease, because of the panel, or Orthopedic Surgery, due to my love for working with injuries like breaks, strains, sprains, and tears.
I have unknowingly evolved into the nursing student and future registered nurse I want to become through my lived experiences; the interactions between patients and their family members, the nurses that I have worked hand in hand with, and the education I have received from my teachers, have individually helped me build my own personal set of values and beliefs to provide high-quality, patient-centered care to diverse populations with dedication and passion. To help patients meet their goals to bathe, eat, dress and be turned-what many take for granted- is emotionally rewarding and I am honored to have helped all of the patients I have helped the past three years as a hospital volunteer, clinical assistant, and a student nurse advancing in my career with a goal in becoming a registered nurse.
The family was very welcoming and allowed me to be deeply involved with their care, mom even insisted that I hold Baby S before I departed. My nurse encouraged and guided me throughout every step, and I was able to soak up so much knowledge during my rotation. She even provided me with tips on what the best approach is to begin working in L&D. This experience has left me with a feeling that I have found my place in nursing. It was such an honor and a privilege to be a part of one of the best day in someone else’s life and to assist in providing them with such an amazing
Two years ago, I went on the same retreat and it completely changed my faith life and I am so glad that I got the chance to guide seventh graders closer to God and their class. My responsibilities included leading people in decorating the room the Lukers stayed in. It took so much planning and preparation to provide an exciting environment. Since I was responsible and organized, everything went perfectly as planned, and I am so gracious for the talents God has given me so that I could complete those tasks. Leadership is so crucial to any project, and I am a great leader because I recognize the importance of a good manager.