The experience I gained here encouraged me to apply for the Higher Diploma in Midwifery. During my time as a student midwife I cared for a number of bereaved parents and while it was a challenging experience I found it to be very rewarding also. Student midwives are offered the opportunity to complete a one week elective placement during their training program. I elected to spend a week with the clinical midwife specialist in bereavement and gained a wealth of knowledge from observing her practice during that week. Following the completion of the Higher Diploma in Midwifery I worked in the labour ward of the National Maternity Hospital.
Previously, she had worked for Damar Services as a Direct Care Support. She would schedule appointments, answered inbound calls, maintained profiles, and helped care for clients. She moved and this position became too far of a commute for her. Prior to this, she worked for Corrections Corporation of America as a Shift Supervisor. She had prepared
Alice is a very polite and professional candidate. All though a lot of administrative experience has been in healthcare, she is interested in branching out of the healthcare environment. She most recently completed a temporary assignment for Allied Health Group as an Administrative Office Assistant. In this role, she would run daily reports, handle requests via phone and in person, and maintained the database. Prior to that, she had worked for Comprehensive Dermatology as a Medical Administrative Assistant.
Ms. Bitnar is registered nurse with an impressive background, with a master’s degree in Business Administration and has several certificates in the healthcare and occupational industries. Mr. Bitner responsibilities will not only include overseeing their five nurse case managers, but she will also be responsible for managing their medical vendor programs to ensure Protective is achieving the desired medical-disability management cost savings results. Ms. Bitnar will report directly to Mr. Ghesquiere. Protective believes the promotion of Ms. Bitner to Medical Manager will have a positive influence on their overall claims
She has experience in the dental field as a hygienist, but may also use her degree doing something different in the dental industry such as managing her own office. It is clear that Jerri will be successful in whatever career path she chooses after graduation. When asked what Jerri likes most about NAU, she says she enjoys the commitment of the professors at the university. Jerri said, "I enjoy when they take the time to get to know students in an online setting. It really brings the course and the college experience to life."
My summer of 2015 was dedicated to two internships; one being a Medical Assistant (200 hours) and another as a Physical Therapy Aide (80 hours). These internships helped me get an inside perspective of how nurses go above and beyond their everyday duties to ensure patient care, setting a standard for me to go above and beyond in terms of my education, my service to others, and in life. With the changes in college tuition having increased and state support for college students having taken a decrease over the last couple of years, this scholarship would benefit me tremendously in my goals to continue my education.
To help pay for school I got a job working as an Aide at a Nursing home, surprisingly I found a lot in common in working with the elderly as working with my babies at the daycare. They both require a lot of help and they both offer so much to learn from. I’m lucky enough to have gotten to know some incredible people before they passed away. So many of them have given me advice I am beyond thankful for. They all tell me to make goals, and go for them.
certification as well as CPR certification for medical professionals. Gaining my first nursing job was a challenge because almost every employer requires experience. The seemingly endless search for an LPN position taught me how to interview successfully; and thus, my verbal communication skills improved drastically. Resume and cover letter writing improved my vocabulary, written communication skills, and ability to write for a specific audience and convey a professional tone.
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Professionalism in the Workplace As a nurse, a person is placed at the forefront of the healthcare system. A nurse is often times is the first person a patient interacts with on the healthcare team. That impression is one that can make or break an experience and as a nurse it is your privilege to represent an organization in a professional wholesomeness. There are endless instances where professionalism is the standard that nurses are held to and tasked to maintain (Mackey, 52). Gum can be a great deterrent not only to patients but also to other nurse peers in the workplace.