When he finally made it to an available nurse he barley said in between breaths “Room...134...she...her heart monitor...stopped.” She heard this and immediately ran towards her room. Tony barely could keep up with her and heard her say “Doctors we have a situation in room 134 I need assistance right now!”They finally made it to the room and declared her dead at the spot. “No...No this can’t be happening!” Tony said starting to cry. “Tony” a man that he didn’t recognize said as he walked into the room. “My name is Dr. Moore I need to ask you a few questions if you’re up to it.” Tony thought for a second and finally answered “I’m ready.
Now she lives a fun-filled and vibrant life. Her life with her family has changed for the better. The challenge of finding a problem and treating the patient is something I love, I make sure the plans we have for them are known." Everyone gets the same approach rather than a cookie cutter". People usually say "are you not stressed up after the day's work"?.
Having compassion for those that are needed to help in dire situations gives me happiness, not just for myself but satisfaction for society. I learned over the years that people cannot make it on their own, and a helping hand is better than no hand at all. Growing up with a special need brother, I saw firsthand how the social system works and how it can benefit those in need. Having experience with social work the people that influence me has been my mother knowing that she could not do it alone in raising a child that would need 24hour care. In the field of social work, I am aware that there is a skill to make a placement for choosing of caretakers.
Art Nelson – A Bad Guy: Art Nelson was still laying by the side of the road, when a squad car, driven by Officer Jack Jeffrey pulled up, with its lights flashing. Jack shined his pen-light into Art's eyes and got a reaction. He took out a bit of smelling salts and Art sat up immediately, ready to fight. “Hold on, hold on, boy. You've been hurt pretty bad.
I turned left as I entered the door into a room of the same white walls and grey carpet. I was directed towards the room I would be evaluated in. As I walked through the halls, the walls were littered with posters about the quality of WellSpan’s doctors, insurance, and many other frankly biased corporate ideals. After the maze of hallways, I entered a room on the left. The room was the only way to divert my attention from the impending mental spiral I expected to happen.
This “hobby” of mine always reminds me to be appreciative of the life I live and the things I have. Hair loss seems like such a small concern compared to the bigger challenges faced by those who suffer from alopecia areata, cancer, severe burns, or other skin disorders. However, I like to take the small things into consideration and view them as some of the most important. I can’t do much to help those who suffer from these conditions with their struggles, and although I have no personal connection with the patients, I like to help in any little way that I can. Helping those who are less fortunate is so important to me and is something I thoroughly enjoy doing.
“Respect other people 's feelings, it might mean nothing to you but everything to them.”-unknown. Respect is like a glass cup if I break it, it can never be completely fixed. Having admiration with friends, having kindness, having Gratitude are some of the main things. Having these things with my friends, family and even strangers helps make our world a better place. We need these things in our lives so our society doesn 't fall apart.
Finding one passion could be tricky. Sometimes we confuse passion with skills, passion is something that you do and enjoy no matter how tired or even if it doesn’t make you a millionaire. Skills are something that you are good at but you don’t enjoy, one will continue on this path because we need to pay our bills. This doesn’t make it right or wrong but we should be happy with ourselves doing what we enjoy. One person that I admire is Sandra Lee she came from a very humble home and because her unstable status of life she was able to find her passion.
I also learned that we have forgotten nowadays even the simplest things that matters the most and we can really find love the appreciation for work, play, friendship and family or simply we didn 't know how to live. It is really important to enjoy life and make the most out of our lives because we may have functional movement externally but internally we are also constrained of our own joy, beauty and wonders of life. Everyone is alive and has a life. In our hands lies the key for a more prosperous
Although both of them effectively treat their patients they both go about their business in very different ways. Rivers liked to treat his patients as individuals and showed them such patience and kindness that he was able to win over their respect. Yealland in contrast treated all of his patients the same and usually earned their obedience through intimidation. Ultimately these two were able to heal their patients, but how much Yealland’s methods truly helped his patients was never explored. In contrast to Yealland’s electric shocks, Rivers opted to talk to his patients and use a combination of talk therapy and transference in order to heal them.
I have always had an empathetic drive to assist those in need, and I know that with trauma surgery, I would be able to resuscitate suffering lives. Although, most people would turn away, the idea of holding someone’s future in my hands captivates me. I truly am enticed by the idea that I can improve the lives of many people, such as saving them in order for them to live another day, and allowing them to walk again. The incident inspired me