Career Research Paper Hello today I will be talking about my career. Pediatrician are responsible for being a pediatrician will be taking care of newborn, and young adults that are their main task. I found my passion for becoming a pediatrician when we take my brother to the doctor so they check him if he’s sick or something else, I saw how they heard his heart looked at him to see what was wrong with him. Also, a pediatrician is not only an extremely important job, but a career that demands a wide variety of skills, and a lot of patience.
I gained insight on the effects of the therapies by hearing anecdotes of individuals losing their loved ones after they had gone through the therapy. Participants also stated that the opposing party uses the American College of Pediatrics as their scientific source in support of conversion therapy, even though ACP isn’t reputable like the American Medical Association who uses evidence-based practices and opposes conversion therapy. The organizer also gave us examples of organizations such as Focus on the Family, mostly in Colorado Springs, that still believe in conversion therapy and its efforts. It was more impactful for me to be with supporters and advocate in addition to research about the therapy and the bill. This allowed me to put the bill into perspective and be a better advocate for LGBTQ youth.
Financial resources would be stretched thin, and there would be an increase in the need for resources to provide transportation to GG’s doctor appointments. A nurse providing care to this family using the CFAM theory would need to discuss the possible resources the family has available in their community; however, their primary focus should be on the strengths the family currently has. These strengths can be assessed, and the they can use those strengths to empower the family
Planned Parenthood is one of the nation 's largest and leading health care provider that offers affordable health care to many trivialized individuals and families. This institution ensures Americans have access to a health care system for the unfortunate while still providing quality care. Although the media and numerous reports have brought up issues in regards to Planned Parenthood, many of the objections to the Institution is focused on one subject at hand and not the overall mission alone. The issues in regard to Planned Parenthood is the opposition that the government should not eliminate funding for this organization due to the abortion services provided. However, Planned Parenthood offers many other services that without this Institution many people would be without affordable quality health care.
Unfortunately, there are numerous ethical dilemmas in the field of nursing. Each day a new conflict may arise that goes against your ethical beliefs, but as a nurse you still must follow through with the patients wishes and provide them with the medical care they need. The authors of “Ethical Problems Observed by Student Nurses,” Fethiye Erdil and Fatos Korkmaz, are in the department of nursing at Hacettepe University. This article is based off a study that was conducted in Turkey with 153 nursing students in a university-based nursing program. The study lead to the discovery that patents where mistreated by the medical staff, and the confidentiality of the patient was often ignored.
I learned that families are not always going to have the same views and are definitely not always going to agree on social issues. For instance, I brought up planned parenthood in the interview and while me and Lisa love and support planned parenthood my grandma did not know much about it and referred to it as an abortion clinic. I quickly pulled out a powerpoint I made to prevent defunding planned parenthood to show her all the other services planned parenthood offers and how abortions were only the tiniest sliver. I taught her about it and she said she was going to look into it more and learn more about it.
Treatment of Leukemia: A Moral Dilemma Jordin L. Rubingh Grand Valley State University Treatment of Leukemia: A Moral Dilemma While a career in nursing is often fulfilling, it doesn’t come without challenges. Regardless of their area of practice, nurses face a variety of ethical dilemmas every day. Burkhardt and Nathaniel (2014) define an ethical dilemma as a problem that requires a choice between two conflicting moral claims.
Postmodern thinking has helped in the clarification of current medical uncertainties. It has made medical practitioners be sceptical about what truth is and what should count as Knowledge (Priebe,2006).This has inspired many doctors and dentist to do thorough research on how to cure, prevent diseases such as HIV&AIDS which has no cure and enable one to live healthy. It has also led to the exploration of how the body is constructed through a discourse and its changes in medical
Decision-making Decision-making simply means who is able to make a decision on the well being of the patient. Multi-cultural differences and development of communities and the world at large has also impacted on the way nursing profession is weighed. Different cultures have different heads and different ways in decision-making, African most of the times the decision falls on the father to make a ruling on what should happen to the patient. In America, in case a man realizes he has cancer he tells the wife first and they tell the kids together and most of the decisions are taken as parents.
Some examples are that for the past several years we have heard that polio vaccine lead lymphoma and caused the AIDS epidemic, and the MMR vaccine lead to Crohn’s disease and autism. These theories, however have not bothered themselves with facts, that might be fair in the time of chiropractic’s infancy, but now, in the 20th century it is not acceptable. The lack of true information about vaccination is a struggle to the vaccination policy. A research by Kennedy et al. shows that health professionals consider that girls are empowered to make decisions about the HPV vaccine for themselves, some of them decide not to take the vaccine for the lack of information.
Though there are hundreds of medications available to prescribing doctors knowing which one to give in certain situations is where the mystery begins. Testing antibiotics allows providers to learn more about the bacteria they are working with as well as the individual who would be ingesting the medicine. If any antibiotic was given and no results appeared then not only was the provider wasting their time but the patient is as well and they are more than likely still sick. By conducting antibiotic testing it confirms the susceptibility or detects resistance (Oxford, 2009). There were four different antibiotics were used to determine what would be the best option for Terrance.
Morning-After Pill A Boon for Women” is a article written by Deborah Nucatola she is a physician and director of medical services for planned parenthood federation of America. This article was writing to let the public know that The Morning after will be an over the counter meaning that this pill is available to anyone “No Matter How Old You Are” but many mainly parents don 't agree, they believe that this pill does more harm than good and outs their teen lives in danger. Some believe that this pill in an “abortion pill”. Emergency contraception is a pill that prevents pregnancy up to five days after having unprotected sex. Many don 't know that after having sex a woman doesn 't get automatic become pregnant, this is why it is possible to
There is a large controversy over ethics and the part that it plays in medicine. Where is the line between advancement and patient rights? The issue of tissue ownership and information ownerships is only one of the many problems that Henrietta and her family are stuck dealing with. But, before Rebekkah Skloot introduces the readers to Henrietta and her cells, Skloot opens with an epigraph from Elie Wiesel. By using Wiesel’s epigraph Skloot creates the tone for the rest of the novel.
At this appointment, the nurse of Francie makes rude comments about the filth of the children to go along with the doctor. However, Francie notices that the nurse was actually once in a similar position of her family’s and has risen to a higher status. The following passage accounts for Francie’s thoughts during
The growing cost of prescription drug pose a problem for the uninsured, these patients with a limited income find themselves debating between filling their prescriptions or feeding their family. It is important as practitioner to take the time to go over the prescriptions with the patients to determine whether the medications cost will be the reason to compliance issues. The four-dollar generic medications will help patient to comply with their treatment plan and avoid the worsening of their condition. As stated in the Chain drug Review (2012)“The generic drug utilization rate is likely to grow as Americans increasingly seek ways of lowering health care costs and as more branded drugs begin to face the expirations of their