She has earned her clinical hours and hands on face to face clinical experience. Besides all the paperwork, and she explain to me that there is a lot of paperwork, she is ecstatic to help her clients and her employees (Smallwood, 2017). TeamUP Counseling, LLC is a Medicaid approved intensive in-home therapeutic program for young people suffering from intellectual and developmental delays. All clinical services and mentoring are offered in the home and community setting where the youth/family resides (TeamUp, n.d). In order to be consider eligible for TeamUp exhaustive in-home clinical program; your child must have been diagnosed with having a developmental disability, an intellectual disability, has been struggling with psychological or behavioral problems, and /or has an intelligent or developing delay, they
My Future Career as a Physical Therapist What does a physical therapist do? A physical therapist is a health a professional who helps people of all ages with medical problems or other health related condition that may limit their abilities to move or functional activities in their daily lives. I always want to help people improve their lives and as long as I could remember I wanted to be a physical therapist. The first I viewed my cousin go through therapy, I knew I wanted to help anyway I could. Before I start school, I take time to learn everything a physical therapist do.
Learn Reflection Journal Ngolicukwu Akadinma 300861536 Introduction to Nursing in Ontario IEPN 123 Maclean Carmela 19/02/2016 Look Back. This Journal will focus on my learning experience and knowledge gathered from our lab class in my second week of this semester. On medication administration, it was interesting to learn that two identifiers are needed to ensure that correct medication is administered to the right person. Unlike in my country, charts are used during the administration. This new method is important and effective in ensuring that the patient is safe.
I have been in the medical field for many years and have decided to take advantage and pursue my degree in nursing. I worked in Emergency Department as EMT because I like to work at a fast pace environment and meet different people every day. I want to be able to help people when they are in need of an emergency, and I want to help save people’s lives and make a difference in this world. My spare time usually consists of homework, me being in school, spending movie nights with my wife and gym. I 'm taking this English course in order to learn how to reinforce my writing skills not only for the college courses that I am taking now and plan on taking and will take in the future, but also for nursing purposes once I receive my degree.
I am passionate about nursing because I aspire to succor and care for people, and I want to make a difference. My parents have had always pushed me to be a nurse, and while I was growing up, I thought I wanted that too, but during and after high school, I was indecisive about my major. My indecisiveness led me to just go for nursing until I find the right career for me. I was accepted in Vocational Nursing Program, and during my journey in the program did I first realize my passion for nursing. Then I work as a Licensed Vocational nurse which made me more fond of being a nurse and be passionate about it.
Scholarship Personal Statement Throughout high school, it has been my dream and aspiration to someday become a registered nurse, in the future. Nursing has always appealed to me, even though I do not understand the many facets of a nursing profession. I have always wanted to be involved in working in a healthcare setting as I spent numerous time in the hospital during my childhood, and for the birth of my daughter in 2015. I have been away from academic studies for 4 years, but I made the decision to return back. My intention of returning back to study is to build my language literacies and study skills that will assist me in a higher level of education and in achieving my aspiration of becoming a nurse in the future.
Prior to PT, I endured several frustrating years of switching majors and ultimately coming to terms with the fact that I might have to settle for a less than ideal career. My Mother, on the other hand, has been saying for years that I would be a good fit for physical therapy and that I should consider it as a possible career. So, I found an opportunity to observe, and of course, I absolutely loved it. I loved being hands-on, working with people from all walks of life, and learning new things. Aside from being
Again, I am assuming that I will perform many mental status examinations, especially while working for the Red Cross. I would appreciate being able to experience what one of these examinations could look like in class. I am also looking forward to completing another professional contact. For the first contact I met with my Aunt and discussed her current job, and I am looking forward to potentially meeting with a trauma counselor (maybe someone specialized in EMDR therapy) for the next and final contact. Overall, I am enjoying this course and am learning more than I originally anticipated.
Multimodal Pain Management and the Future of a Personalized Medicine Approach to Pain Pain management has been researched for years to find the most efficient way to relieve a patient’s pain. There have even been times where doctors have prescribed multiple medications to relieve pain, especially post-operative. However, there is a new research study that examines multimodal analgesia and complementary therapies to be one of the top selections. The purpose of this article is to familiarize perioperative nurses with the essential concepts of multimodal analgesia and personalized medicine for translation of both approaches into clinical practice (Manworren, 2015). Therefore, by educating the health care field, this will allow more patients
Initially, I was interested in physiotherapy, however, after completing work experience there I realised I wanted to help people in more meaningful ways rather than simply making a sore shoulder feel better. I was also searching for an alternative after dropping Maths B! I now realise occupational therapy was a natural choice as I am a people person who is interested in the health field and finds helping others extremely fulfilling. Thinking about it now, I was influenced by how occupational therapy improved and transformed my Nanna’s health and wellbeing after she was hospitalised, allowing her to maintain a level of independence. Along with this, I embarked on a Sri Lankan immersion experience last year and immensely enjoyed working alongside
I want to be a pharmacy technician for many reasons. I know medications can be complicated. I would like to be able to help those that find their medications difficult and confusing. I have wanted to learn to become a pharmacy technician for a long time. After spending several years overseas, I am currently in a position to pursue my goals of expanding my knowledge and learning a skill that will help me provide for my family, no matter where I go.
Radiomics lies at the juncture of what I believe to be extremely exciting science in the coming future of personalized medicine. This is what prompted me to approach Dr. Rivka Colen (desired mentor), of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, to conduct research in her lab. An interplay between research and clinical treatment such as the way Dr. Colen implements will be one of the grounds that I intend to structure my own practice around. The MD Anderson 1st Year Medical Student Program would help me achieve the first steps towards conducting research in my career as a physician-scientist. After this research experience, I hope to have a better understanding of my place in the world of
The following summer, I attended Bellin Nursing Camp where I fell in love more with the nursing field. I knew that I wanted to be a nurse but didn’t know what type of nursing I wanted to be until my friend got diagnosed with two brain tumors that are incurable. After seeing how she was taken care of made me decide I want to become a Pediatrician Nurse Practitioner.
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. I am also required to be a good listener to service users and their families, building a good rapport and maintain professionalism all times.
I am able to encourage and motivate patients who are suffering from strokes, heart attacks, brain tumors, cancer and various physical and emotional ailments. Occupational therapy gives me the opportunity to be creative and make a difference in someone’s life. Whether it be by helping someone sit at the edge of the bed while battling cancer, grasp a cup to drink from, don a shirt one handed, transferring out of bed after surgery, or helping someone take their first steps after suffering from a stroke. I was able to see how much of an impact I had on their recovery and how much more I could if I furthered my education. After all this exposure my coworkers and family encouraged me to apply myself and not only did I go back to school but I excelled in my courses.