I decided to continue that passion. I stated teaching to graduate students at Trine University Indiana USA after my graduation. Being a teacher, given the experiences that I have had with teaching over the past few years. I used same teaching philosophy and succeed in teaching. Meanwhile, I taught several health care subjects in USA including anatomy, physiology, microbiology, counselling, women health, & healthcare management.
The acronym for the value statement is “RICH TIES”. Respect is the first word, and they want to treat everyone in the community with dignity, from patients, families, and colleagues. Integrity was set into the spot so that they trust the patients at the highest standard of professionalism. Another thing that Mayo Clinic values is there compassion for their patients, and treating them like they are family. The well-being, and respecting physical, emotional, and spiritual needs is why healing is the next word in Mayo Clinic’s value statement.
This past December we decided to move back to Virginia because I knew the Dental Hygiene Program at Old Dominion University was the program I wanted to be part of. I have always enjoyed working with patients whether they are young children or adults. During my years of working chairside, I was able to form bonds with patients and gain their trust. I love helping people, especially when it comes to oral health care. These reasons made me want to further my career from a dental assistant to a dental hygienist.
Since graduating, however, I have been fortunate enough to establish a multi-year shadowing opportunity with an ER physician. This experience has easily been one of my most meaningful exposures to the medical field. Unlike other specialists I've observed, whose practices focus on a narrow branch of medicine, shadowing in the ER has allowed me to familiarize myself with pathologies affecting all body systems. Furthermore, having frequent shifts in the ER, I've been able to transition from a passive observer to an active contributor; I now recognize how certain ailments present, and can intelligently discuss possible diagnoses with my mentoring physician. This experience has enabled me to learn about the human body instead of just the specialty itself.
I am writing to express my interest in being a part of the Pharmacy Technician program under the Practicum study. I have always had an interest in the medical field and want to pursue a career in that field. I’ve had an interest in cardiology and now am showing a great interest in being a pharmacist and believe that Pharmacy Technician is the best way to get the experience I need and the first level feel as I work towards a doctorate degree and pursue its higher position. I began to take Health Science as a junior and it’s given me a great amount of information to better my decision on what I really want to do. We’ve learned lots of medical terminology, parts of the body, functions of the body, and medicines.
Then, that was when I became curious and interested in the dental field. When I was applying for colleges, I kept in mind that I wanted to become a dentist. And, even since I came to the United States and visited the dentist the experience kept me interested. In my second semester I took my first introduction to dental hygiene, I have learned a clearer understanding of what a dental hygienist does and the key difference between a dentist. And also last month I had the opportunity to shadow a second year student working her patient Barbra.
I am in my third year of nursing and I am currently working in a hospital on an Orthopedic Neurological Trauma Unit. I collaborate with patients to identify the prominent health issues they are experiencing and advocate to ensure the care they receive is the most effective for their healing process. Patient interaction, learning new skills and evidence based practice, and being hands on with patient care are the benefits of my job that I enjoy the most. I form a bond with these patients and listen to their personal story to ensure that I give care individualized for each patient. As a Family Nurse Practitioner, I can connect with patients of various age ranges and diagnoses by applying these
These are all great things to you need to become a great chiropractor because you need to make people feel safe and have good control so you won’t hurt anyone. I would be a good fit because I can focus really well, and I can make people feel safe when their around
If they work at a hospital they start with cleaning the rooms that have not been cleaned yet. Also they get all paperwork ready for that day, and get medical records ready. Throughout the day, depending on where they work, they can draw blood, give shots and take your vitals. Medical assistants also set up all appointments and answers calls to any questions there may be. When in the emergency room or hospital will most likely see the MA doing vitals , taking too the exam room or asking questions.
When I was 15, I had scoliosis surgery to fix my two curves in my spine. Through my experience of having surgery and the nurses that took care of me while I was in the hospital for a week, and the bonded I formed with was what inspired me to be nurse. Also, through my school in a our Health Science Program I got the privilege to go to a hospital every other morning and shadow nurse and doctors. I believe my will to do anything for my patients for them to get better would make me a successful nurse, and I want to form bonds with my patients like my nurse did with me while I was recovering from surgery.
After observing these providers, I became increasingly intrigued by the profession. After a lot of research into this profession and shadowing multiple anesthetists, I knew I had found my calling. During my time at the Children’s Hospital, I learned that the Anesthesiologist Assistant is a skilled medical professional who works as part of the anesthesia care team in the operating room and receives direction from an Anesthesiologist. They have an extensive amount of training in the induction and maintenance of different anesthetics and also advanced monitoring techniques that allow them to keep the patient safe throughout the procedure. They are skilled providers who have training in inserting invasive catheters used for monitoring patient’s vitals, trained in advanced airway and life support techniques, and prepare an anesthetic plan with the licensed Anesthesiologist.
For my Capstone Project, I chose the career as physician assistant. I worked hard throughout the year to make sure I make a good grade on the Capstone Project. I job shadowed at D.D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center in the pain management unit. I spent most of the time observing my mentor while she performed check-ups on her patients.
This was where I first developed my multitasking skills to oversee and coordinate four clinical research studies. My strong communication and interpersonal skills enabled me to meet crucial deadlines and work efficiently with physicians, nurses, pharmaceutical sponsors, and study monitors. I strive not only to be a great employee and team player but also to serve and positively impact my community, especially the medically underserved. For more than five years, I have volunteered over 1,000 hours, and most recently, I serve through the Lestonnac Free Clinic and Access OC organization as a Spanish interpreter. As a bilingual Spanish-speaking nurse, I hope to help my community by breaking down the language barrier between patients and the healthcare team in order to ensure the accurate continuity of care.
I am interested in your New Graduate Nurse Residency Program. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts Boston and recently obtained my MA RN license in August 2015. I choose to be an RN because I love learning about the anatomy and physiology of the human body and working with people. When I was a little girl, I would watch the Discovery Health channel instead of watching cartoons. In high school, I became interested in social justice work when I did a month long volunteer service trip to India.
When I contemplate why I want to pursue a career in the medical field, I picture my high school allied health class where my enthusiasm for the field first started and I became a Certified Nursing Assistant. I have been around hospitals and doctor’s growing up, but that class opened my eyes to a new world. To learn extensive amounts about the healthcare field and have the opportunity to gain clinical experience has no comparison, to be able to learn hands on at that age, and know that I wanted to care for patients. To see all those elderly residents, to experience helping them and showing them compassion, it made my day, every day I was there. The fact that I can do two things I love, learning new things and helping people get better excites