The following two hours consisted of the presentation of several complex cases, and I was interested to see the team dynamic as they brainstormed possible treatment plans. I also enjoyed hearing the doctor jargon, but I am especially thankful for that first hour I spent talking with one of the residents.
Here is some examples of administrative and clinical procedures: greeting patients and answering telephones, booking and canceling appointments. Being in the medical field is great because I get to help people and get to know them. Medical assistant are of vital importance in medical field. We are important because we help the patients to feel safe and
Great post, Bill! I also enjoyed listening to the guest speakers from the acute care setting. I’ve anticipated working in a hospital for quite some time; however, I didn’t realize how fast pace of a setting it actually was. Swallowing is a characteristic of Speech-Language Pathology that is intriguing to me, so I appreciated their opinions of swallowing evaluations and studies. Overall, I thought they had a great presentation and gave an honest opinion about their daily tasks as a
Having an in-school clinic also helped because we could see what areas our peers needed the most help in and get advise from professionals actually working in the field. We wanted to create an environment where students felt comfortable asking question they couldn’t ask other adults or there friends without feeling embarrassed. We asked them about their concerns and what they believe need to change for Wyandotte County and Wyandotte High School to get ‘in shape’. At first we didn’t get too many students coming down. That was okay because the few students that did come down really enjoyed the program.
I enjoyed being a surgical tech at my last work place and it was a great learning experience for me. I 'm opened to learning new things, I enjoy it and I think the in the Mather OR I would be able to learn from the most, since it is different from what I have been use to in the past. I hope to be working the the OR team very soon at University Hospitals. Also, I hope
Brown’s hand, gave her eye contact, and greeted her. Then, we sat down and she asked me questions and I answered the questions thoroughly, and at a very good pace, I was also very honest while answering my questions. My interviewer was not as harsh as I would have expected for her to be. Ms. Brown is an EC Director for Weldon City Schools, so when she asked me to tell her about myself and what career I may choose, I told her that I tutored EC students for a semester, and I would love to look into being a EC teacher, and she was very impressed because many students are not interested in being a teacher for a EC children so she felt that I had same intentions that she did, that we both want to see EC children succeed in life and not be brought down, to encourage them but also people who have misunderstandings about the children. Ms. Brown and I discussed how passionate we are towards the children and how we got involved with wanting to help them which I felt that was the main reason as to why the interview went very smoothly with her, and her wonderful personality.
I was able to see the big picture of the health care field. Furthermore, I was given the chance to learn and see the disease process happening to the residents. The CNA I got was very helpful and insightful and thoughtful. She was very creative as well with the residents who were confused. This first nursing clinical experience also made me think of what I kind of nurse I want to be in the future.
The whole PICC line procedure it crazy to me. While Troy was looking at the monitor to find veins her pointed out all of the major landmarks and any arteries he saw as well. The whole procedure probably took around 40 minutes and went great for the team and the
When preforming labs, Frank has had difficulty with classroom management, but the problem is easy to solve. Noisy, and uncooperative students make Frank doubt the technique of using partners. Without success, Frank’s past two attempts of the lab need change. The first attempt separated the activity into stations, but this idea failed severely. While the second attempt required the students to do one process, a period seemed to work on paper, it was a recipe for
The pharmacist dispensed medications and chatted with patients, answering all their questions and advising other customers visiting the pharmacy. I relished in the extensive knowledge she had of the pharmaceuticals, while also being able to interact with her community and use her knowledge to help those who were prescribed the medications she was administering. Being a people person, I was concerned that a career in the sciences meant I would end up in a laboratory every day, only communicating with others who worked in the laboratory. Through shadowing her, I saw that I would be able to do something I enjoyed immensely, while also having the opportunity to connect with individuals not in my field of work. The shadowing experience helped me understand that pharmacy was the indeed the degree path I wanted to be on.
OB/GYN Medical Office Space The medical office is a place of business. As such, the first place patients see is the reception area. The first person patients see is the receptionist. Both make a lasting impression. Maintaining a positive environment for patients while they wait to see a physician or other health care provider is important.
I support providing the best care possible to all our patients and the intention of this email stands solely for the purposes of indicating facts. Firstly, the MA utilizes the needle and gauge sizes recommended by the manufacturer of the needles and according to the recommendation of the immunization web site. The medical assistant under went training by previous LPNs and RNs and every medical assistant passed the check off test. The 25 gauge one inch needle is great for giving an injection at the deltoid site, however there are many factors that one should consider such as; the patient size, the patient weight, and the type of medication administered. Going directly to the point, the medical assistant SHOULD NOT administer a Depo
However, after surgery he still had to work hard at certain things. In other words, the surgery was not a guaranty towards complete intelligence, rather it was a relative increase in knowledge like with motivation. Charlie had been working with Miss Kinnian to become smarter and a better learner. Charlie told her when they were reading “I said please let me try agin.Ill get it in a few minits becus Im not so fast sometimes. Im a slow reeder too in Miss Kinnians class for slow adults but Im trying very hard.” Charlie really cares and is motivated to become smart.
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.
I had asked her what other careers there were in healthcare and she briefly mentioned a few. However, physician assistant stood out to me. Not long after, I shadowed a PA at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the interventional radiology department to gain more insight. I admired his ability to perform a procedure alone, which is only possible after the radiologist and the PA are confident this can be done safely and with high quality. I appreciated how he would talk to his patients before the procedure, making sure they understood everything that was to happen and comforting them.