Ever since I was a little girl my dream was to grow up and be a doctor, and i still have that dream. My choice of major is Biology: Anatomy and Physiology to later go on to medical school and become an ER physician. I feel like I have always been push to be a doctor and that is why I just ended up really getting into it more and more as I grew older. I actually grew up with a variety of people in the medical field including my mother, which is when I truly realized that science and the human body fascinated me. I was ten when my mom decided to become a Medical Assistant (MA), and she would always take me to her classes with her and i remember I was just always so mesmerised by the idea of the human body.
They wanted her to do what truly made her happy. (Mattern 25). Soon enough, Sally matured into a young woman and attended Birmingham High School. (Kramer 5). There, she discovered her passion for science and shocked her peers by being the only female to attend the science program.
I decided to develop a career in nursing due to the exceptional FCC that I have received at the BC Children 's Hospital as a patient. The HCPs treated me and my family with respect, actively listened to and addressed my concerns and incorporated my family into my care. The concepts of the PCC were introduced to me in nursing school and I was passionate about PCC and have tried to implement relevant concepts while having my clinical practicum in adult acute care settings. I found that due to the high patients to nurse ratio and the inadequate time management skill I possessed, it was challenging to build a good rapport with patients and provide individualized PCC to them. The concept of FCC was introduced to me as the standard of pediatric health care during the preparation course of this preceptorship and it immediately drew my attention.
My childhood initiated a desire to help prevent and mitigate injury or illness; this soon flourished into an interest in the health care field. To help narrow my choices I explored as many science courses as I could. Talking with health care professionals and reading nursing textbooks I found in my aunt’s house piqued my interest in the nursing field and patient care. From there, I completed a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course which further solidified my decision. Now, I am fully invested in becoming a nurse.
Medical school is very competitive so I will need a close to perfect GPA with a great MCAT score. Another thing that will help me get into medical school is volunteering or interning at a hospital or clinic to show my interest and experience in a medical atmosphere. This will change how medical schools look at me and they will know that I am highly
Please describe any contributions of distinction during medical school (in any and all academic areas: research, teaching, teamwork, clinical care, and community service). One of my proudest contributions during medical school was identifying ultrasound education as something that I wanted to expand, so I worked with a small group of my classmates to start an ultrasound education program. The goal of our program was to help our peers learn how to use ultrasound imaging while gaining valuable anatomy and physiology education. We spent countless hours developing a curriculum, finding faculty mentors, and teaching first year medical students. Our hope is that one day this program will change the formal ultrasound curriculum offered at UCSF.
While the medical field has always intrigued me, having compassion and helping others has always come naturally to me. After working alongside a speech pathologist in the hospital, it has become my greatest ambition and goal in life, to become a well-rounded, competent, and versatile speech pathologist. I truly aspire this, because I want to have a great impact on someone’s life. I want to be the person who inspired them, and motivated them to keep going. I really want to have the feeling of knowing that because of me a person can communicate with the world.
My teachers have pushed me to achieve my dreams with high expectations and interesting and useful lessons and without their presence in my life, I would not have achieved all that I have now. My grandmother’s stroke was the catalyst and along with these four years and especially my science and math courses have lead me into a career in medicine and
My Nursing Goals I go to Belmont College because I want to become a registered nurse (RN). I chose to go to there because I love nursing, I want to help others, and I want to advance my education. The job that I hope to obtain with my degree is a job in an emergency room or in a pediatric ward. This math course will help me a lot with my RN job in the future because it teaches me all the calculations that are needed for nursing. I want to obtain my RN degree from Belmont College.
Pharmaceutical Administration have become extremely essential in today's bioscience industry. It encompasses current scientific standard practices with ethical, legal and business issues. In this exciting time of drug development and clinical trials, there is an urgent demand for "Getting it Right”, the first time and every time. As a candidate for graduate study in Pharmaceutical Administration at your prestigious University, I am eager to expand my academic skills in helping people live healthier lives by using my knowledge in health care & medicine and combining my curiosity in bioscience, along with my personal traits. In my school days I had a great affinity to anything related to science and this enabled me to get a good sound knowledge base critical for pursuing the undergraduate program in
I always want to get a chance to do research on medicinal plants to ascertain its efficacy for diseases, and apply into modern medicines or natural health care products. Also, the chemistry courses that I have taken here at GSU have instilled in me a curiosity about the functions of substances that are visible only under the microscope. I feel that participating in the Honors College’s internship programs and advanced research projects will allow me to accumulate good experience, build strong relationships with my professors
Holding a diploma in my hands and going to college has been one of my dearest dreams; I have always believed in reaching my maximum potential and dreamed numerous times of being able to go to medical school, study, help and lead my community through the medical field. Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to become a doctor, I have always been amazed and feel an immense interest in learning specifically about biology and medicine; I feel a serious motivation towards understanding how the human body works; each organ, tissue and every cell interests me; I desire to learn and understand how the diseases manifest, how to diagnose and master each technique to treat them;I am extremely committed to my education and to reaching my goal which is to become a doctor.
These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences. The familiarity that these courses will provide me with related medical school courses will aid me in acclimating to medical school more efficiently, and to perform at a superb academic level. Attending a medical school that is community-focused and that is service-oriented is what makes Morehouse a uniquely good fit. Morehouse will be gaining a student that is unquestionably passionate about medicine, highly motivated and ambitious, and that will take full advantage of utilizing all of his resources to succeed in medical
I plan on obtaining my masters in nursing and becoming a neonatal nurse. Without taking science courses at River Valley, becoming a nurse would have never crossed my mind. As a sophomore I took biology where I learned about topics such as genetics and how different genes can affect an offspring. In chemistry I became fascinated with the idea of mixing different elements and chemicals to make something brand new and in anatomy I was taught about the skeletal, muscle and nervous systems which we were able to better see through
I could literally see myself being part of that, learning and research, at the Undergraduate Teaching Labs, or in any other research opportunity that JHU offers. At Johns Hopkins University, I see myself completing Biomedical Engineering studies. First of all, studying engineering teaches you a whole new way to analyze and solve problems. Furthermore, as a Type 1 diabetic, who relies on an insulin pump to control the disease, I experience first-hand the limitations that these devices have. I want to study in an environment where I can actually improve the lives of people with my same condition, or any other that requires a medical