In making the major life decision concerning a career, I wanted to choose a career that would have an impact on the lives of others. As a child, my dream job was to become a pediatrician; however, after starting to look at career paths more seriously, I found that physician assistant studies suited me better. I was immediately attracted to the career. There are three characteristics of the physician assistant career that appeal to me: the opportunity to impact the lives of others in a practical way, the constant demand for healthcare professionals, and the versatility of the profession. To begin, the medical field provides the means to help others in a hands-on, practical way.
I slam my foot on the gas pedal and rush towards the scene. My partner and I, young clueless boys, receive our first emergency response and are quite nervous. My fingers are fumbling everywhere as I struggle to turn on multiple switches for the ambulance. At the intersection we see a young man whimpering. “Kidney stones,” the officers say.
I really enjoyed learning about this career. Anesthesiologists don’t just deal with the anesthetics, they are also actively monitoring the patient’s vitals, as well as assisting the surgeon with any help they may need. I was also very surprised to learn that they can sometimes work in offices. They don’t deal with patients at every time of day.
The most important reason why I belong to this field is because ever since a child I always wanted to make a positive influence in peoples lives. As I was growing up and visited my mother hometown it has greatly influenced my desire to care for people such as to make people not experience pain. All throughout my life, I see all different kinds of people in poverty, may it be infants, children, elderly people and even disabled people. When my mother was pregnant there was no hospital, not even a nurse, my mother had me without anesthesia. She suffered through pain just like my aunts did, during labor.
My Nursing Goals I go to Belmont College because I want to become a registered nurse (RN). I chose to go to there because I love nursing, I want to help others, and I want to advance my education. The job that I hope to obtain with my degree is a job in an emergency room or in a pediatric ward. This math course will help me a lot with my RN job in the future because it teaches me all the calculations that are needed for nursing. I want to obtain my RN degree from Belmont College.
The career that I want major in it is Registered Nurse. I want to major in the career because my most of my family from my father 's side works in the medical field. Also I want to be a part of my community and help out. The reward you get from this career is you help patients every day and use the knowledge you gained from nursing. Nursing has many options for you in life that could help you out.
Even as a young child, my dream career has been a family doctor. When I was three, I wanted to be a doctor with my mother as my nurse, and we would carpool to work together every day. Now that I am older and wiser, my reasoning behind wanting to fulfill my dream and become a general practitioner has changed drastically. Personally, I want to be a general practitioner because I have a huge interest in medicine and I want to be able to better my community. My personal skills match the suggested skills for this career.
I look away as the needle is slowly injected into the skin. I can sense the sting of the needle as it pierces through the wrinkled skin. My grandpa just injected himself with a dose of insulin for his diabetes. I wait by the sidelines, too incompetent to help him. All too often I feel paralyzed with helplessness.
It was 1993 when a supposedly routine joint patrol between the Kosovar and of the U.S. Army into Mount Ljuboten, a mountain peak that borders Kosovo and Macedonia, almost became a tragedy. I was then an electrician in the U.S. Army, but was assigned as the only combat medic personnel trained at the time, which was scary since I had just received training as a first responder about a week before the hike. The difficult trek lasted four to five hours with two casualties: one due to dehydration while another hurt their ankle secondary to a fall. As my first experience in providing medical care, I had to insert and infuse IV fluids, organized transport, and signaled a helicopter for evacuation. It was stressful, but this was a point in time, when I’ve realized that having the knowledge, skill, patience, personal courage can make a difference in a person’s life, which was not only self rewarding, but can also be a life-long goal towards a career in nursing.
My Mission Statement: My mission is to motivate, inspire, and commit, to my family, and freedom for individuals, families and colleagues. When constructing my mission statement I found it a little challenging, because I felt like I had to search within myself and what aspired me thus far. As nurses may aspire at least one person a day, and to me that’s all that counts.
So I found myself for a year or two bouncing from possible health professions because that’s what I wanted to do with my life one day. Eventually, I decided that being a doctor is truly what I want to achieve. It is now my long term educational goal to be a licensed physician to practice globally. As for my career goal I hope to contribute to global health care projects such as countries who are in need of assistance with the poor health they’re experiencing.
Being a Health Administrator over a facility means being in charge of so many people including workers and patients. We are to protect our workers and patients when it comes to patient rights and confidently. For an entry-level position in healthcare administration a bachelor’s degree needs to be obtained; most high-level positions require a master’s degree when working in
The statement, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life,“ has such an impact on my thought process that it has convinced me to pursue dentistry as my career. I cannot imagine waking up every morning unmotivated and unenergetic about my job, as well going to bed dissatisfied and unfulfilled. As a dentist, there is a whole lot I can do - relieve people of their pain, give them a beautiful smile and the teeth they have always wanted, and can detect cancer at an early stage. For me, dentistry is not just a job, but also a wonderful way to live my life, which I cannot imagine otherwise. It was at the age of 14 when I had my first encounter with a dentist that changed my entire perspective about this field.
Naturally, my main motivation is I want to help the sick and needy, and while yes it is true that you can help people in many ways . I specifically want to enjoy the satisfaction and the challenge of helping sick people get well, and I believe the doctor provides the most direct help . I see medicine as field which allows you to appreciate the many wonders of the human body, medicine also encourages the learning of new concepts such as new procedures, new types of diseases and new types of drugs which are found. These constant changes in the medicine add versatility to the field, therefore never allowing an air for