When I decided to enroll in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) last 2009, I know that I would be able to deal with different kinds of people and be able to be part of their healing process during their stay in the healthcare institution. Today, as I become a part of the health team, I learned a lot of things. First is being able to know how to communicate and work with different kinds of people may it be our patient or a coworker. In my every day shift at hospitals and nursing homes, I was able to meet people from different countries with diverse culture. My effective communication as part of the healthcare team was developed for me to be able to know how to talk to them effectively.
Jasmine Eubanks Biomedical/ Clinical Technician I picked this career choice because I would get to work with machines, and teach people about the machines. At my job I work with many different machines and teach people about the machines. These machines are designed to help me diagnoses treatment, and also monitor patients. Many of my responsibilities are me being responsible for data obtained from professional in relationship, teaching other medical people who might come in contact with the machines, and most importantly knowing what I’m doing at all times. Students wanting to learn about this can volunteer at local hospitals that have these machines, to watch and observe how and
I am not just interested in becoming a Physician Assistant; I dream of, and am driven to become one. I have been fascinated by the medical field as long as I can remember. I had the opportunity to begin scribing for a physician and absolutely loved the patient interaction, the variety of duties that had to be accomplished and the fact that for some people a fifteen to twenty minute appointment may seem insignificant in the grand scheme of a day or life, but to those who were being seen, their lives are instantly changed for the better. I learned such a vast amount of knowledge every single day I worked there. I grew to love the medical field more and more and am confident I was meant to work my hardest to be able to provide care to patients as my life occupation; specifically rural areas like the one I grew up in.
Pathologist Assistants are some of the most highly trained health professionals in laboratory medicine. With higher levels of education comes greater responsibility; thus, Pathologist Assistants are viewed as leaders in laboratory medicine, but are employed to oversee the daily running of the now global laboratory with locations in the Middle East, Canada, and soon Europe. The Clinic is becoming a more global institution raising questions ranging from cost effectiveness to cultural understanding. I know some about laboratory management, but this approach does not nearly cover the new global approach. I am never
One factor that influenced my decision to apply for Stony Brook Physical therapy Program is its access to valuable resources. Stony Brook has access to hospitals such as the University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home.The close relationship that Stony Brook share with these hospitals will provide an environment in which I can learn more from the physical therapist.Stony Brook is also located on long island. With Stony Brook being Long Island 's comprehensive academic health science center, getting my education from this university will be a great opportunity. I 'm also interesting in working in the RRAMP laboratory.It will allow me to be involved and learn about innovative treatment for injuries such as spinal cord
1. Why do you want to be part of the UW Premed Exec team? I want to be part of the UW Premed Exec Team because I want to aid in its effort to make accurate information and worthwhile resources about medicine-related careers accessible to others also pursuing a career in medicine. Half the battle to actualizing a medical career is knowing what, when, where, how, and why, questions that are more so relevant today than ever before, considering the incredible rate at which the medical landscape is and will continue to transform. To mitigate some of the stress involved in pursuing such a career path – answering most of the what, when, where, how, and why -- I want to be at the forefront of medical education education.
I was able to apply it to both my academic and personal life to great benefit. Shadowing also allowed me to understand that physicians are just as human as everyone else. The ones I shadowed cared deeply about their patients and at times need to take a moment to decompress. These qualities are something I have carried with me and hope to implement one day as a physician
Having the opportunity to listen to patients during their interactions with physicians while shadowing in primary care practices was most profound to my journey of pursuing a career in medicine. Often the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions are regarded as most important in providing successful care to patients. However, from my experience shadowing, it became apparent that the act of listening to patients is just as essential to the practice of clinical medicine. While shadowing, I was amazed of how often and to the extent patients would disclose their thoughts, feelings, and fears to their physician. I began to understand that to be a physician is much more than treating the body itself, but caring for all of its components— physically,
Through becoming a nurse I aspire to take my education in medicine and delegate my efforts to not only improving the medical status of my patients but also to improve the mental well being of them as well. My experience growing into a world where prime physical health was not an option, the opportunity to see how a staff of passionate nurses can contribute to the mental stability and growth of a patient was an honor and inspiration that drives my passion for this career choice. Also, over the last few years I have grown a particular interest in medical research and would love to take his passion with me to expand my interest and contribute to the extensive research program at
Not only do I think that the study of life is the most fascinating subject, but I also love that there are so many career options with a social aspect. Preferably, I would like to be working with patients directly. By working with people in the medical field, not only are you able to talk to patient directly, but you have the privilege of helping them. I know that choosing to be a biology major is the right decision for me. Through my classes in high school to my volunteering at the hospital, I know that biology is my
Doing this degree and becoming a future Biomedical scientist will not only broaden my knowledge of the human body, but give me a deeper understanding into why it works the way it does. I am an optimistic, flexible and enthusiastic student looking forward to study Biomedical science at
With satisfactory experience and more training, medical technologist can advance to supervisory fields or specialists fields in clinical laboratory work. Medical technologist employed in larger labs tend to specialize in a specific area of medical laboratory technology. A clinical laboratory director. for example, is very important. They are the ones responsible for the supervision of the technologist and staff and the equality of the work.
I have also developed my time management and team working skills and am aware that these are essential qualities for working in a medical field. My confidence in handling complex tasks has increased because I was supporting patients with chronic conditions, caused by the long term effects of smoking, alcohol consumption, obesity and drug abuse. I gained a holistic knowledge of how an individual’s lifestyle is related to these treatments. After I successfully completed my work experience, I attended a lecture on physiology courses which were available at several universities. This further convinced me to embark upon a physiology career.