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    Where do you want to be five years from now? For the majority of high school seniors, this may be a difficult question to answer, but it is simple for me: I want to be in medical school. Through the health occupations program at Edwardsville High School, I have been exposed to the medical field and now I am certain that I want to become a doctor, so the Guaranteed Professional Program Admissions program at the University of Illinois at Chicago would be an amazing opportunity because it would take

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    After gaining acceptance into medical school, you reach the next hurdle along the path…surviving medical school. There is no guarantee that a student will graduate after four years of medical school. The possibility always exists for a student to fail out, be dismissed from the program, or simply drop out. That is why a student must continue the same hard work and dedication that got him there in the first place. The challenges of medical can be tough and difficult to prepare for. According to Dr

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    At the Medical Department of the College, students were able to receive their bachelor's degree or a doctor's degree. In order to obtain a bachelor’s degree students had to prove that they were proficient in the subjects of medical science. Students had to complete one course of lectures in anatomy, Materia Medica chemistry, and the theory and practice of medicine. They had to observe at the Pennsylvania Hospital for one year. Finally, they had to be examined by the school’s trustees, professors

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    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

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    in school by joining extracurricular activities, organizations and clubs. In hopes that I will meet a lot of new people and gain skills that I can’t gain in a classroom setting. Although my main goal is to graduate in four years with my Bachelors of Science Degree. As well as maintaining good grades throughout all four years. I’m unsure of what career I want to pursue so I want to be able to maintain high grades so that I can have more options available to me. In case I want to go to Medical School

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    Throughout high school my medical conditions have not always been the greatest. I have suffered from three concussions, mono, sever back pain that keeps me bed ridden often, and many other illnesses. These are no excuse for poor performance but they are the reason for most of my problems throughout high school. Mono being the biggest reason. My junior year my attendance rates went way down compared to the last two years which were already bad. I started the year fresh out of a car accident which

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    Twelve years of Medical School paid off. I have mastered my craft and soon enough started a family, built a house, and traveled around the world. With the help of mastering one thing I am able to succeed in other areas. This exert disproves Ralph Waldo Emerson 's assertion claiming that never going beyond something you master will lead to "you...never grow[ing]". I disagree with Emerson because throughout my life sticking with a couple particular crafts has made me the strong, independent, and

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    picking which competitors ought to be met. A medical school personal statement is one that aimed towards getting a student into medical school and more often than not contains the reasons why the student needs to turn into a doctor. Medical personal statement writing service, can promise that any personal statement give you will be without mistake and completely amazing. To convince the entrance advisory board to concede the essayist to medical school. • They give a special understanding into the

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    Everyday around the world, there is many people who are in need of medical attention. There is a big range of medical help you may need; such as heart surgery, brain surgery, general surgery or when someone needs surgery. Surgeons will also provide comfort and reassurance in the hospital before the operation. This essay will compare and contrast a pediatric and a cardiothoracic surgeon, on how long it takes to develop a career, different ways they help, and how much they earn per year. Surgeons

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    hair, or nails problem then they are released to go back home. Not all dermatologist preform surgical procedures; people do not have to go into the surgery field, but students can if they want to (Augter). If a student is not too fond of taking more school and not comfortable with giving surgical procedures, then they can choose what kind of procedures they would see on a day to day basis. Dermatology is not always about curing diseases, but they also can help improve the appearance of peoples; skin

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    Career Cluster Eight, Health Science, includes many occupations such as those in Medical Science and Health Service Work. These professions specialize in Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Pharmaceutical, and Supportive Services to those in their care. The career, Emergency Medical Technician, is a vital job because EMT’s [reserve t he lives of many people every day. Emergency Medical Technicians also called EMT’s are the medical services that are alerted to come when the number 911 is dialed. Due to this

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    Medical Career

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    The medical field is a career path that brings about many options and opportunities of great value. The road to a medical degree is one filled with thousands of notes, years of schooling, and many stressful nights, but the reward is one incomparable to any other. It takes effort to accomplish your dreams of being successful in life. You may also have many options as for what career your are most attractive to. Having a list of careers you like can help you, because you can always research more about

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    Medical Dominance Medical dominance is an ideology that a certain group or profession, in this case, doctors have a dominance or are at the top of the hierarchal system of the medical field. Medical dominance came about in the formation of the American Medical Association (AMA) when allopathic doctor began to gain power through legislation. This was fairly easy for them because many of the people were white, men from upper class families and had the money to pay lobbyist and were the right gender

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    I want to become a Medical Assistant because I enjoy helping others, and making them feel better. Medical Assistant is not just a career for me, it’s a goal that I will achieve with much pride and honor, and prove wrong those people who keep telling me that I’m not going to make it. I’m not really good in science, but I’m going to push myself to try hard to achieve my goal. Don’t ever let anyone label you, be your own kind of person and make the “impossible” possible. I know that it’s not going to

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    diagnosis and management plan. As I grew into adulthood I adopted Gandhi’s idea that with the belief that one can do something, one will acquire the capacity to do it. This resolve helped me overcome financial and health hardships to get into medical school. I want to bring my strengths – curiosity, intuition, hard work and perseverance - to an Internal

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    Hello I am Marcus Mims and I am biology here at Marygrove college. To a Biology I must complete Calculus 2 or statistic. I will also need math, in order to be successful on my Medical School Admission Test. The Medical School Admission Test is important because it determines admission into medical schools. In order to become a Doctor, I must first earn Doctor of Medicine degree which also takes four years to earn . I want to become a doctor because I believe that I can make an impact in people’s

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    A neonatologist creates a medical treatment plan, provides assistance during delivery, provides medical treatment, and ensures proper medication and care. Neonatologists can work any hour of the day, any day of the year. They spend a lot of time on their feet and for long periods of time. A neonatologist must have genuine care for patients, the ability to work long hours and to work well under stress, good communication skills,

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    Orthopedic Surgeon

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    components that allow movement, which includes muscles, bones, tendons, joints, ligaments and nerves. The required preparations/materials to be an Orthopedic Surgeon are four years of undergraduate studying to attain a bachelor’s degree, four years of medical school, five years of residency in orthopedic surgery and for further training one to two years of fellowship is to be completed. In order to become an Orthopedic Surgeon one must attend a four year college and acquire a Bachelor’s

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    It was a warm summer afternoon of August, 1999, at a friend’s house when I was introduced to rheumatoid arthritis. It was a casual and startling encounter. His aunt greeted me at the door to take me to the guest room. She seemed to be in her mid-40’s, had a round face with thin reddish skin, painful looking hand deformities and a slow, limping gait; most strikingly, an aura of pain was visible all around her. I asked my friend, concernedly, why she looked so different. He somberly replied that she

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    As a career I would want to become a pediatric surgeon. I would love to become a pediatric surgeon because I love to work with kids, and I feel that being able to take care of , and help kids get better, would be something I would enjoy. I plan to major in pediatric general surgery or pediatric neurosurgery. History of Career Pediatric surgery arose in the middle of the 20th century, as the surgical care of birth defects required novel techniques and methods and became more commonly based at children’s

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