Development Of A Regional Director For Sigma Phi Epsilon
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If you are not a full-time student during this application cycle, in particular at any time between September 2015 and May 2016, please detail your current and planned activities below.
During the 2015-2016 application cycle, I will be working as a regional director for Sigma Phi Epsilon. This role entails improving the development of collegiate men by providing consultation and educational information to circumvent issues such as sexual assault, hazing, and alcohol abuse at university campuses in California and Nevada. Conversely I am responsible for implementing developmental programs that keep university students accountable for developing mentally and physically outside of the formal scholastic curriculum for all four years of…show more content… Through this opportunity I will gain invaluable experience within the medical field and gain knowledge about a field of medicine that I have not previously been exposed to.
During the time between September 2015 and May 2016 I will be exposing myself to the different environments on collegiate campuses in California and Nevada. These experiences will teach me how to communicate more effectively with my peers, promote mental and physical wellness, and influence ethical decision-making among undergraduate, collegiate men.
3. In the practice of medicine, we have the amazing privilege to not only help our patients, but also to learn from them in very unexpected ways. Read the following 2 essays, written recently by students at the University Of Florida College Of Medicine. In the first, a student had a major impact on a young patient on the pediatric surgery service. In the second, the student describes her care for a noncompliant patient. Both made a difference in their patients and both changed and grew through the experience. Pick one, and describe the skills of the author that you notice and think are helpful, then describe how one or both of these stories relate to the kind of physician that you want to be.
Integrity itself is a term that can describe a person who is undivided in their moral principles. A person with integrity thinks, feels, and acts the same in all external circumstances. As a