Knowing that families of service members are often damaged from long deployments, Luttrell has organized his program to provide specialized care for each participant. This is an impressive organization to showcase because of its focus on the whole family. This information will persuade my audience to join the foundation’s mission to repair and strengthen the bodies, minds, and interpersonal relationships of these military families. Peer-Reviewed Journal Article Nash, W. P., & Litz, B. T. (2013). Moral injury: A mechanism for war-related psychological trauma in military family members.
The nursing becomes more and more involved in the communication with patients and their families, and also providing not only physical, but also emotional support. In some cases it literally means support for patients until the end of life. Moreover, it is important to be able to develop relationships with patients quickly and clearly understand their needs. Thus, I believe I have all of the above mentioned qualities and will do my best to improve them even more. The various skills which I gained while working in the operation theatre can be basis for the future studying and practice.
This has strengthened my conviction that I am making the right decisions for my career path. I have learnt to be a caring individual and I believe that I can achieve more through hard work and effort I put in by attending school, volunteering at the Healthy Living and attending work placements. My voracious interest in science and technology has been a big influence on deciding to pursue a career in
I want to give back to my community and help others so I can earn the respect that I’ve always wanted. My long and short term goals had shaped my aspirations and who I am as a person today. My experiences are unforgettable and I will surely take all the observations and knowledge I had gained to create a happy and successful life for myself and
As time passed, my yearning to assist patients heightened. My desire to make a difference increased my determination to learn as much as I could in order to make a contribution to their well-being. Volunteering for a family physician helped me gain hands-on experience. I had the opportunity to interact with patients and assist with procedures. After many observations, I gained insight on
I want to make an impact on each patient’s life, and to try and influence them to follow their dreams, and to care for their health. I do not want my patients to dread going to the doctor, I want them to have excitement over it. I want them to take control of their lives by the knowledge I will provide them. I will do that by doing my job to the best of my ability, and yet be known as a friend to my
My patient loves to talk about his time in the Army, and all the places he was able to visit while in the service. It is important to gain their trust so that they are more likely to adhere to their medical plan. Health coaches has exposed me to the clinical side of treating chronically ill patients and the importance of working with an interdisciplinary healthcare team. This team allows us to give the best care for patients through multiple aspects of healthcare. This program has shown me that I belong in this career
The ability to be there for someone in need and build a level of trust is important for any field but more importantly for the medical field. Being a nurse is someone who has to acquire those traits in order to be successful. My personal experiences in life directly reflect on my character and personality. I find myself to be an exceptionally empathetic and humane individual.
Top of Form These last few years have brought many changes to my goals and where my state of mind is. While my time here at Marymount has been the reason for all of it, I can’t help but thank my last year of high school for setting me in the right direction. Ever since I could remember I have always had a strong interest in healthcare. It amazed me how a person was capable of making an animal or human better physically, mentally, and emotionally with their known knowledge and skills. So I found myself for a year or two bouncing from possible health professions because that’s what I wanted to do with my life one day.
When you translate this experience to the nursing world, having the background and skillset of teamwork builds on itself in that it encourages you to seek it out more easily. When you become aware that one of your co-workers has a difficult assignment and yours is less crazy or intense, you should be proactive and help that person out. Wouldn’t you want them to do that for you if you were in a similar situation as
At my freshman orientation, there were no doubts of what I aspired to be, so I immediately took the title pre-med and began courses in South Alabama’s renowned biomedical science program. Early on in my freshman year, I sat, listening to a speech about becoming an emergency medical technician, and I began to contemplate the pros and cons of this opportunity. My decision to pursue this profession was made based on my inner thirst to improve people’s lives and be the change I always wished to be. In little less than a year, I became a licensed EMT and began my new job at Newman’s Ambulance Services. Becoming an EMT has given me the confidence to handle situations from a critical moment to comforting a panicking patient.
Because of these experiences, medicine and curing illness has become my dream and passion. I started my clinical rotations in medicine and surgery during my third year of medical school in Iraq. Though I enjoyed all of them, I was especially drawn to internal medicine because it exposed me to a wide variety of medical cases and required quick critical thinking skills to make accurate diagnosis. The complex medical cases seen in internal medicine are intellectually challenging and rewarding at the same time. I found myself very eager to spend
In the midst of developing our nation 's future Soldiers I have found my true passion with in the army. Being a Drill Sergeant I 'm am constantly asked questions about anything and everything, but those I most enjoy are related to staying healthy and overcoming an injury. Though now I can only refer them to the athletic trainers I follow their progress with a studious eye. When Soldiers return from the Physical Therapist I am even more interested. The ability to work with these Soldiers from injury and get them back into the training inspired me to return to school and work on an exorcise science degree, but this is only where my journey to become an Army Officer began.
If I could have any career, I would want to be a Trauma Surgeon. I choose this career because I am fascinated by the human body and its functions. I had found this interest when I was a freshman in high school. My sports medicine teacher taught me the the good that the human body contains and what all it can accomplish. So I signed up to be in an athletic training program and help athletes injured.