One must be dedicated if they wish to be successful. Throughout the residency and fellowship, there are multiple required exams called "Boards. " This is simply short for "Medical Board Examinations. " Following the first set of exams during the pediatric internship, the student is qualified to treat patients in their state.
Pediatrics is what I plan to specialize in. I have always been interested and fascinated with babies and toddlers. There will be many benefits to becoming a Physician Assistant that will outweigh the negatives of the additional academic workload. Getting the BSN degree upfront, will eliminate some of the prerequisite classes that are needed for the Physical Assistant program. The Physician Assistant requirements, are a minimum 2-3 years of R.N. on the job experience, along with additional (minimum) 3 years of schooling to achieve a master’s degree.
The first year of residency used to be called “internship” which most people are familiar with (THE BOTTOM LINE! (n.d.) para 1). After you finish those 11 years of school, you are able to become a certified pediatrician (Interesting Facts About Pediatricians. (2017) para. 4).
As a young child, I had a lot of aspirations and dreams for my future career. Originally, I wanted to become a doctor and planned to whatever was necessary to get into medical school. My father was a doctor and as a young unknowing child, I looked up to him. I was fascinated by the human body and the complexity of the various systems that kept it functioning. progressed through my high school classes, I realized that while I enjoyed learning about science, I was more interested in the human mind and behavior.
The one thing I would like to do after high school is become an LPN. The reason why I would like to do become an LPN is because I enjoy helping others. Knowing I can support people would make me happy. Taking shots, drawing blood, and taking vital signs would be interesting for me, I think I would enjoy that very much. LPN’s have several duties they need to do.
When I grow up as a child, I was setting goals for a future and what to do in life. I choose to pursue Physical therapist assistant which it is a reason why I want to help people, be more responsible, give good attitude to the patients. Next 5 years I will be working in different states at hospital or clinic. I may change to undecided major whether if I want to pursue different major. According to Occupational outlook handbook” Physical therapist assistant observe the patients before, during and after therapy; making notes patient’s status and report it to a physical therapist.’’.
Once receiving my certification, I then plan to switch from United States Air Force Reserves (USAF-R) and reenlist back into active duty as an officer. Becoming a physician assistant in the USAF has always been my ultimate goal in pursuing a career in the medical
“Cengage Learning Gale (2013) reports these boards have various names, such as Medical Examining Board or Board of Medical Examiners. A physician must earn a medical degree, complete post-graduate training, and pass a qualifying exam required in the state. Some states will recognize medical licenses from other states, while others do not provide reciprocity at all.”
Additionally, a pediatrician is a medical practitioner specializing in children and their diseases. As a pediatrician some of the major work responsibilities include working with other patients’ parents or guardians, you have to do routine check-ups also, diagnosing, and treating children with a wide variety of injuries and illnesses. Other responsibilities that are important, but not often do the doctors see their pacientes, the emotional involvement in some of their lives and the pleasure that comes from the children that comes to the doctor and gets better throughout the year. Pediatricians’ pay varies state by state, but the starting salary in the General Hospitals is $145k per year.
Upon graduation in order to practice they need to pass the PA National Certifying Exam (PANCE) administered by the National Commission of Certification of PAs. Upon passing they will get licensed by the state they wish to practice.
When asked what they want to be when they grow up, most children say astronaut, doctor, president, or veterinarian. I was one of those kids that replied “a veterinarian” when asked by others. Usually, when one gets older, that career goal changes into something different, but not for me. I did not know it then, but my dream of being a veterinarian would stick with me throughout my life, and influence the choices I make in order to reach that long-term goal. I come from a family that expresses an interminable love for animals.
When I complete all of my schoolings I would like to become a behavioral disorder counselor. This career is for me because I love helping people, I want to help people better understand themselves so they can overcome their problems, and the human brain and the thought process has always been a huge interest to me. Is has always been a goal in my life to be somewhere in the healthcare field working, and this is the area that intrigues me and always keeps me interested. As of right now, my future plans are to finish high school, graduate college with a doctorate in behavioral psychology, and then further on to work as a counselor in a private practice.
When I graduate high school, I plan on having future goals that I plan on achieving. My first goal is to go to college and get a degree. I plan on attending Purdue NorthWest majoring in engineering and minoring in business. This is my number one future goal that I need to accomplish because to be able to have a nice life, I need to go to college to support my future family. My next future goal would be get a starting job to be able to support my future family.