Leading The Future Doctors My motivation for furthering my education is to become a doctor. I feel obligated to be a doctor because I love knowing things about the human body and how they various parts work together. In addition, I want to be a doctor is because I love working with kids. I am a people person and especially children, which is something we the public needs more of in the medical community. More doctors that truly care about. I believe posses what it takes to do the job. Furthermore, I have watched many of my family members struggle with their finances due to the lack of job stability and I intend to carry on a different financial future .
This continuing education course is a response to the January 9, 2015 report in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) about risks for emergency medical technicians (EMTs). Bryan Fass, ATC, LAT, CSCS, EMT-P (ret.) asked readers to remember all the brand-new EMTs they have observed firsthand. Most of those freshman EMTs were fit, healthy, and happy…for the first 14-16 months on the job. Despite thousands of dollars in training, they were put on the street with NO education about ergonomics, nutrition, fatigue management, or self-care. Within months they were burned out, stressed out, nutritionally compromised, overweight, and sleep-deprived. The report concludes that with good nutrition and fitness as a priority, “the negative effects
Education is something that never depreciates. It is one of the most valuable aspects of one's life and career. To be successful at something you need to be a master of what you do. The easiest way to ensure this is by continuing your education. No one knows everything, but the more you know about your profession, product, and clients, the better off you are. Many professions require a certain type of continuing education courses to be completed every 1-2 years. For instance, insurance agents must complete continuing education courses either online or in a classroom every two years by their compliance deadline. Other industries do not have a specific requirement, but many individuals take courses online to stay current with trends, rules and
My short-term goal is to use the knowledge and experiences I have acquired as an undergraduate, coupled with the competitive coursework of the biology department as a catalyst for positive change. My long-term goal is to direct a multicultural health program that assists low-income communities in becoming more knowledgeable of
When I was younger, I wanted to become a doctor or a nurse. I used to play with my mother’s stethoscope countless times because I thought I was a professional. I thought I knew what it took to become a doctor because I knew how to listen to a family
My reason for aspiring to go into the medical field came about through my family experiences. Growing up, and even now many of my family members have had to live a life in and out of the hospital, and unfortunately not all of them made it. Seeing the process of life slipping away, took a toll on me. It was then when I started wishing that there was something I could do to help them live just a longer. I was naive then because our time will come to claim us all one day, but I never ceased my desire to help people. Later on down the road my mom was diagnosed with diabetes and knowing the fate it gave my grandmother, who now is living a life in and out of the hospital, I couldn't bare to watch my mother have to go through it alone. I started asking
Ever since I started working and volunteering in the health care field I have witnessed people living with struggle. Because of this experience, I would like to be a part of a job field that makes a contribution to the livelihood of people. I started my pathway into attaining a health care job by continuing onto higher education.
I believe that I am able to fulfill my potential and have the necessary life experience and qualities for a field placement in a public health field. Throughout my life, I learned the value of responsibility, dedication, and motivation. Moreover, I like interacting with people and speak several languages fluently. I have gone through difficult times in life, and it has helped me realize the importance of compassion. I definitely understand, through my own experience, that sympathy for others' suffering is essential for patient
Next, I want to push myself to better society and solve serious issues. Medicine provides a constant challenge to discover or create the latest medications or treatments for illnesses. There
Ever since I can remember, I have always wanted to do something special in life. I was born in a small village in Mexico where public health and education were very limited. In 1996, my family and I got the opportunity to move to the United States. This move brought me closer than I had ever thought possible to accomplishing my dream of becoming a registered dietitian and working in public health nutrition. I have always valued my education because where I am from it was really difficult to study beyond middle school. Here, in the United States, I have gotten the chance to further my education beyond high school.
Base on the American Nurses Credentialing Center report, continuing nursing education supports the professional practice of nursing and the delivery of safe, evidence-based, high quality care for patients ((ANCC, 2014). The ultimate goal of continuing nursing education activities are to improve the professional practice of nursing and the care that is provided by registered nurses to patients. (ANCC, 2014). Nurses, in general have the professional responsibility engage in a continuing education activities to maintain professional competency and enhance their knowledge, skills and abilities ( Levett-Jones, 2005). According to the IOM report, it costs a health care facility an average of $ 675,000 for sponsoring continuing education to the
The reason am interested in the field of public health is the zeal I have for helping others. Helping others is one
Gen 201 September 22, 2014 Continuing Education In order to be successful in my education one of the most helpful things to understand is what learning style I possess. I believe it is also important for me to set goals, be aware of my learning style and utilize all of my educational resources
3. What personal attributes do you possess which will benefit you in this career/program? I aspire to pursue medicine, and my experiences with healthcare have made me realize the importance of providing
Throughout my time in Singapore, I have participated in several Thus, I hope in the future I can do more for those living in poverty aside from doing community work. From such experiences, I am assured that I want to be in the health care system to make an effort for others.