You are married to the woman of your dreams with three children. Then your wife suddenly gets sick and dies of cancer. Not only did my high school principle go through this very scenario, but he also did it with a smile on his face while changing many lives in the Lincoln County community. B. Credibility Material: Growing up witnessing his every daily life, I am able to tell about this very man.
Choice of Nursing I chose nursing as a career because I knew it was my calling. I have the desire to help and care for people who are in need and this was what drew me into this profession. Being a nurse gives me that rewarding feeling, knowing that I’ve made a positive difference in my patient’s life. I love interacting with people and nursing gives me that chance to do it every day. With nursing, I have so many options and specialties to choose from.
I have found this assignment of reflecting extremely interesting and have enjoyed learning new things about myself and the care I give in clinical practice. It has given me more confidence in delivering care and enlightened me to always support patients as individuals. I have grasped a competent understanding of the benefits of reflecting on practice and will endeavour to reflect on all my practice placements in the
I am a perfectionist and I like to take my time so that I can take pride in my work. This is why I thought reconstructive surgery would be a perfect fit for my personality, since I would be working with burn victims, people born with deformities such as cleft lip, as well as victims of traumatic accidents. Reconstructing a person’s body, especially face, is very important to the patient, because they want the best results to look normal. I would be able to give opportunities to these patients who
Many families cannot thank the donor’s families enough, just like Khalieghya and her family cannot. Khalieghya was diagnosed with biliary artesia as an infant-- blockage in the tubes that carry bile from the liver to the gallbladder. She had many surgeries, but they were unsuccessful. Doctors informed her family that the only way that she would survive was if she received a liver transplant; with that being said, she was finally placed on the national transplant waiting list. Khalieghya’s family received word when she was five months old that the doctors had found a liver match because another child passed and the family members were generous enough to donate the child’s organs.
This place is the perfect stop on my journey in life. In my opinion, Nursing is an important field it teaches you things about others and lets you care for others while also being able to help yourself. I believe that Nursing is one of the most important degrees you can get these
I have different options that are available, including these nursing diplomas, associate degrees or bachelor’s degrees. As an aspiring and future licensed Registered Nurse dedicated to the mission of compassionate patient care, I feel that I am excellent and I can become an RN. I'm a hard-working, energetic, and highly skilled, and confident that I am prepared to provide the quality of care that Heritage Inn of Sandersville is known for. Beyond my skill in safely administering medications, monitoring vital signs, bedside care, and pain management expert , I am a passionate advocate for my patients. My comforting approach to educating patients and loved ones about health-related issues creates a positive environment that lifts patient's spirits, even in challenging circumstances.
The stress associated with one’s position as a physician demands motivated and mission-driven applicants that are capable of celebrating accomplishments, learning from mistakes, adapting to unforeseen complications, and willing to take calculated risks, all while being encouraging of themselves and others. These past four years at the University have shown me two things: that I am a student capable of getting top grades in my classes and that, in order to achieve these high marks, I have to work hard, learn from the error of my ways, and not let setbacks bring me down. Failed acceptances, poor assignment grades, and the innumerable and unpredictable obstacles that have popped up along the way have led me not to quit, but to work harder. I find that many things keep me motivated to continue down this path towards becoming a doctor, and have been able to maintain a positive outlook on life. I don’t let the competitive nature of medical school admissions bring me down, instead focusing on being the best version of myself.
I knew early on that one of my desires and strengths would be to challenge myself mentally while being able to empathize with others and provide a valuable service to them. While assisting my dad, I had the opportunity to engage all types of different people. I enjoyed learning about their physical and emotional strengths as well as helping them work through their struggles in both sickness and health. These life experiences further developed my interest in nursing, spurring me to pursue a challenging yet rewarding career
I have a deep interest in the medical field and anatomy and I am a very altruistic person and I would like to be able to help people in ways that others cannot. In order for this to become reality I will have to achieve outstanding results for my matric year and I aim to do so by working continuously and consistently throughout the year. Health and
I am incredibly curious, capable, and passionate when it comes to the fields of science and medicine. I can only imagine myself operating in a profession where I get to make direct, tangible contributions to people and bettering their lives. My identity is first and foremost defined by my faith as a Seventh Day Adventist, and second by my family and community. The Loma Linda PA Program can allow me to become the embodiment of all that I value: a highly-trained medical professional that can use her faith and medical training to consistently serve their community with compassion and
Internal medicine physicians with whom I have worked have demonstrated for me the importance of compassionate patient care, a broad understanding of health issues, to take my decisions independently and the ability to treat the whole patient. I am applying to your program because I am confident that it can provide me with what I am looking for in a program - advanced medical technologies, knowledge-driven environment, research opportunities and most importantly diversity in residents, where I get a chance to build life-long friendships with my colleagues. While I know I cannot predict the future, 5 years from now my goal is to continue my training with a cardiology fellowship, though I am willing to consider other fellowships as well depending on my exposure. I truly believe that your program will help me become a fantastic physician. I feel I am ready to work for it and earn it, no matter what specialty I ultimately decide to
Having volunteered with a hospital (Loma Linda Murrieta) that utilized Scribe America scribes, I saw firsthand the expectations and responsibilities of a Scribe America scribe. I also saw how the job was serving as a major stepping stone to many of the scribes overall healthcare career. I want to be a Scribe America scribe firstly because I have seen firsthand what the scribes can do to aid the physicians and what the scribes gained from it, such as strong work relations, education, and experience but also because I have an immense amount of respect for the company. One of the reasons why I have an immense amount of respect for the company is because of the opportunities it provides its scribes, but also because I saw first-hand the treatment the scribes received. What impressed me about Scribe America’s treatment was the work that went into cultivating a positive and enthusiastic work environment for the scribes and chief’s scribes.
I’m going to have a good life no matter how hard I have to fight for it.” Stephanie has Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. P.O.T.S. interrupts your bodies’ automatic functions such as blood flow, digestion, and immune system. She has been hospitalized numerous times for various sicknesses over the years, starting at four years old. Because her immune system is compromised, she caught salmonella poisoning while eating out with her family while on vacation in Germany.
Growing up in a culturally diverse city in Nashville, I have gained cultural competency from my interactions with people from a plethora of ethnic backgrounds. Lastly, I am a highly ambitious person who always looks to broaden his horizons. Thus, I’m returning to school for the upcoming fall semester to take upper-division biology courses. I plan to take anatomy and physiology I and II, physiology, and research if the opportunity is available. These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences.