I realize that I would not be where I am today without the help these people have given me. I do not want anyone to go through life without someone there to support and encourage them. I am also a great communicator because I know when to speak and when to just listen. This is a skill that I feel has been somewhat lost in my generation.
Unfortunately, our soldiers who have given up so much for our country have not been treated the way they should after they are discharged. I will stay an active volunteer by providing care to my community’s veterans. In order to do this, I will make a difference in their lives by providing the care they deserve, whether the situation is medical or not. When I garner my license to practice I will have an understanding how to make this goal of mine possible due to my inclusion with the Leadership Network at the University of
Hazel overcomes this obstacle with acceptance and not living in denial. Obviously this was a very difficult thing for her to come and face, but when she confronted her problems head on, it was slightly easier. Gus wanted to attend his own funeral because Hazel saw that funerals were for the living, not the dead. Hazel had had some sort of closure when she read the letter given to her from Van Houten that Gus wrote to him. I can relate this to my life because I have realized that confronting problems instead of avoiding them is better in the long run.
Mr. B. ‘s study was touching because it has proven research correct, most elderly abuse does happen at the hands of family members. I wonder what the doctor was thinking when she knew that something was going on with Mr. B.’s medication. I think that it was a smart move to ask for his medication instead of just giving him a higher dosage of the methadone. I am glad that the doctor did this first instead of accusing Mr. B. of seeking drugs or becoming an addicted to his pain killers. The sad part about this case is that the abuser did not realize the danger, pain and suffered that her uncle was going through.
His job was beyond treating people, he saw it as an outlet to help individuals live the good life. He did not consider his practice a model but he was quick to state that he was making a difference. My impression of this Sedation dentist made me understand the power of a good service. He did not just carry out service to his patients; he was helping to bring bright colors to their world.
Working collaboratively is a beneficial and unavoidable aspect of life, especially in terms of healthcare professions. It is uncommon to have an occupation that is entirely individual with no communication, consultation or collaboration with fellow peers, as it is important to share ideas to gain additional valuable knowledge and understanding. Specifically within healthcare professions, it is important to brainstorm ideas with peers to form a diagnosis and hence a solution to the diagnosis in order to improve the patient 's health and wellbeing. Personally, I believe that my strengths in collaborative work include my authoritativeness, ability to delegate tasks, organisational skills and my willingness to listen and include other’s ideas,
I was fortunate to establish excellent support networks that supported me through the early years. Many people do not have the same outcomes. Even though we have come very far from the days of my grandfather committing suicide in isolation, never knowing he was ill, much work still needs to be done to assist individuals who cannot find appropriate care. Understanding my illnesses and learning how to lead a productive life has taken much effort. However, though my recovery I have been bestowed gifts that make life beautiful, and I feel blessed every day.
Soliciting was a very gratifying experience because it exposed me to the willingness of people to help out the community. Volunteering at Evening for Habitat was another meaningful experience. I found it incredible how the people involved in Evening for Habitat, the guests and volunteers, all came together to help a family in need in our community. These volunteering allowed me to see the positive impact that Habitat makes in the community.
I didn 't always know that nursing was my choice of career. I have had no divine intervention, nor am I following in the footsteps of a parent or relative. However, I have had the pleasure of meeting a few healthcare professionals who have recently inspired me with their skill and passion; which I someday hope to equal or excel. I believe my main reason for choosing nursing as a career is my desire to help people; especially in some of their most vulnerable moments. I do not only want to be a caretaker, but I want to be a friend and trusted advisor to my patient.
I believe our impact goes unnoticed physically, because most of our efforts are making sure our patients are emotionally healed as well as physically. As volunteers, our duties are to assure our patients are well and comfortable even in the middle of hardship and chaos. It has made a better all around person and it has taught me several valuable lessons- it’s the small gestures that go a long way. A smile, cup of coffee, or even a small stuffed
There are a number of nonprofit organizations that are tremendous choices; however, I chose Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital to volunteer for because it engrossed me the most. By choosing to volunteer for Le Bonheur, I was able to witness medical miracles
Quote of the day❤️" If you find it in your Heart to care for somebody else , you will have succeeded " ❤️. My Registered Cardio Vascular Technician (RCVT) off to a conference ... to learn more about heart savings and how to save more Lives . USAF Sgt. & RCVT Robert Rios ,Husband ,Dad, Grandpa/Gdad/Papa , you are my Hero and to those patients that you have saved their lives. Makes my heart very proud of You ... when people see you around town , hugs and Smile their best to thank you to show their gratitude ... they are very happy because they are Alive. I Salute You and Thank God for giving us an Amazing Hero in our lives . ❤
I learned how to approach various people I could encounter in my desired career path, physical therapy. With intelligent professionals, such as doctors and nurses, I gained knowledge on how to formally communicate with them and follow the tasks I am given. Regarding the patients of the hospital and their families, I learned how to show compassion and generosity towards strangers that have been stricken by misfortune. An important life lesson that I have acquired throughout the year is that when being involved with volunteer and leadership experience, the greatest reward is not being paid in money or recognition, but being paid in love. The people you provide service to may forget what you said and did, however, they will never forget how it made them
Diversity in the health field would not only be great for representing the underrepresented minority, but also beneficial when communicating with the patient. Another thing I encountered was the lack of advertising to all groups. Despite these dental events being opened to everyone, it seemed that HAHF focused on the Vietnamese community, while Sealant Day and GKAS focused on the Hispanic community. In the future, it is my goal to improve advertising in health events. In effect, everyone would get equal opportunity to receive free health and dental benefits