In particular, students are expected to perform clinical or nonclinical services for vulnerable, underserved, or traditionally disenfranchised population group or community. Its curriculum includes courses such as Service Learning and Patients Population and Policy. These courses will teach me about the various factors that can impact the health of a population and help me learn how to identify community-specific health issues and improve health care delivery. I also believe that I will experience diverse clinical experiences throughout my clerkship years at Georgetown. Situated in the international city of Washington with affiliated hospitals covering every specialty and sub-speciality, I will have the opportunity to see unique medical conditions and even procedures that would not be possible at a smaller hospital.
As an aspiring Diagnostic Radiographer I 've always wanted to be part of the NHS Radiographing team. By completing further reading on Radiography I have discovered a real passion for the discipline and I have secured the opportunity to shadow radiographers across several Buckinghamshire Hospital sites. I have been slowly developing caring skills for patients through these engagements and am excited with the experience as it has shown me what is involved from the inside. Currently I am completing an Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care and I am looking to apply the knowledge and skills I have gained from it during my University course and my chosen career path. During the course I have completed work experience which has enabled me to apply theory into practice and I have observed the need for continuous professional development within radiography.
Then I would like to go into a pre-med program, and after that, hopefully, I will be accepted into medical school to complete my schooling. I want to be an anesthesiologist because I have always wanted a career in the medical field. The human body is fascinating to me, and I enjoy being able to service people, as well. I am also good with numbers and paying attention to details, which are both incredibly important assets to an anesthesiologist, as the smallest error in calculation can lead to disastrous
I first acknowledged the importance of healthcare and my desire to study nursing years ago when I started working at a medical clinic. Although I spent most of my time filing patients’ notes and other documents, I learned a lot by listening. This simple act had a complementary effect that enhanced my strategic-thinking skills and my ability to communicate. By working alongside nurses and practitioners, I discovered that with these acquired listening skills and the appropriate medical training, I could be a successful nurse.
As a person with other people’s interests at heart, their happiness remains my top priority. Therefore, studying a course that elevates people’s welfare and happiness has always been my interest; a factor that motivated me to pursue the Wellness and Alternative Medicine program. Ever since I was little all I have ever wanted to do, was is something in the medical field. Modern medicine is a great but today, a patient is just a set of symptoms. Modern medicine lacks the holistic treatment of the body, mind, and spirit of a person that I love about Alternative medicine.
I gained so much knowledge by observing and participating in so many different experiments, attending lab meetings where I was able to learn about upcoming and new treatments, and by using and properly learning about the techniques and equipment used in a lab. I learned through this experience that I am dedicated and passionate about medicine and research and I already have experience and insight on what it takes to work in a real lab. I like to pride myself on having this dedication because instead of waiting for opportunities to present themselves to me in the future, I want to gain as much experience and knowledge as I can know and go after whatever will help me succeed and make me the best researcher I can be. Also, if I get the chance, I believe continuing my learning and passion at the University of Pittsburgh would help me tremendously because I would be able to intern at the twelfth hospital in the nation, UPMC, and receive a fitting and accomplished education from the biology
Areas of interest I undertook my undergraduate project on comparing proton therapy with various photon techniques such as 3D CRT, IMRT and VMAT. I found the topic to be of a great interest when I was looking at current development in the radiotherapy profession. I enjoy keeping up with the current advancements and am eager to learn new techniques to increase my knowledge as well as updating my current knowledge of areas such as radiation physics and treatment equipment.
Ever since grade school, I was passionate about working in the field of medicine, and science. I enjoyed anatomy, medical spelling and terminology, and reading about the healthcare industry. Because of my passion for healthcare, I decided to to attend Health Sciences High. There, I was given the best opportunities, such as, medical internships and college health courses. My plans and goals had turned me into a mature young adult.
As several of the individuals who decide to develop a career in the healthcare field, my desire of becoming a nurse comes from past experiences which have made me appreciate the field and its merits. Being raised in a single parent household gave me the responsibility and effectiveness of dealing with difficult situations. Qualifications that are expected to be acquired as nurse and I hope to attain much more as a student of the College of Nursing’s Program. For instance, one of my career goals is to obtain core abilities required for a Master’s of Science Degree in Nurse Anesthesia, the second is to dedicate myself to lifelong learning, and the third is to contribute back to the community. Becoming a Certified Nurse Anesthetist has always been of my interest in the wild range of specializations available for a nurse.
I have been fortunate enough to have been able to major in the field of health sciences as an undergraduate. Now, I would like to continue my education and concentrate a career in nursing. My lifelong dream has been to help and take care of others. Volunteering at Health Central during my high school years really aided me in believing that it was possible to fulfill my dream. 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.
This further convinced me to embark upon a physiology career. Consequently, I further researched the course modules available for each university and finally decided that I genuinely wanted to study cardiovascular physiology because of the potential contribution I could make within medicine. I have become increasingly aware of how cardiovascular physiology has an indispensable part to play in the comprehension and treatment of cardiac
I strive to enhance the quality of human life through sound investigation and precise medical judgment. I hope to prolong life by simply understanding the mechanism of human disease, validating prevention and identifying the most effective treatment of disease. Research contributes an imperative component in for improvement of patient care, treatment, and prevention of health disparities and because of this I intend to incorporate practice and research. I am currently a senior student studying biology following the pre-medical track at Malone University. Preceding medical school, I intend to obtain additional research experience through biomedical research specifically regarding health disparities research.
As an attending psychiatrist in a teaching hospital, I will mentor medical students and residents and instill them with an appreciation of the human aspects of medicines as I collaborate with a team of medical professionals to deliver the highest quality of care. Furthermore, I will venture outside the hospital to address the healthcare inequities that are pervasive throughout our society. By organizing and participating in community outreach programs, I will work with multi-faceted teams to stress primary-prevention and improve both health literacy and access to medical care in underserved populations. In addition, through partnerships with non-profit global health organizations, I will travel abroad to developing nations and assist the victims of poverty and violence cope with and overcome their
Later on with in my junior year I was in Medical Terminology and this class has opened my mind to many more medical careers. Seeing the many options in the medical field I realized that I want to pursue a profession in the medical field. My senior year i joined an Emergency Medical Technician class. With this class I see how traumatic and non traumatic
I choose to be a Preprofessional Studies major because my passion lies in the medical field. My professional goal is to become a pediatric doctor and possibly working in research for children 's illnesses, such as diabetes. I first gained an interest in the medical field during my senior year of high school. My prior foundation in the sciences was weak and its appeal to me was low, but my anatomy and physiology class changed my attitude. I had a curiosity to the inner workings of the body and this class explored that in addition to research on anatomy and illnesses.