For years, I have always wanted to be either a nurse or a doctor and being in Health Science One and Health Science Foundations has brought me to learn new things over time about the body and its functions, medical terminology, and getting certifications for different things in healthcare. Having
1. Why do you believe you are a good candidate for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Argosy University?
I would be honored to enroll at the WMU homer Stryker M.D School of Medicine because of the school’s dedication to educating physicians through community outreach and commitment to lifelong learning. After volunteering for the past five years at the C.A.R.E. Clinic for the uninsured, I understand the need to serve uninsured Americans. Therefore, I want my medical school experience to incorporate opportunities to serve this population at locations such as the Family Health Center. In addition, the community health rotation would allow me to continue my commitment to the under and uninsured
Of the learning opportunities related to careers in science and medicine, why have you chosen to apply to Chicago EYES on
UMBC has a great medical and healthcare program. It offers an extensive list of clubs and organizations from sports to cultural clubs, religious, community service, and clubs within your major. These clubs and organizations create a positive environment that fosters interaction and the development of strong bonds between students and members of the community. Since my focus is in the medical field, internships are important to me. I would be able to gain real world experience, network, and expand my resume. The diversity of people and opportunity adds to the richness to
I believe I would be a wonderful addition to the Early Introduction to Health Careers Program because I am very interested in learning more about the medical field and having a hands on experience. I plan on attending the University of Michigan in the fall of 2019 and majoring in biochemistry. I would like to college at the University of Michigan because I am an aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon and their medical school was ranked number four in the US by U.S. News for primary care. The Early Introduction to Health Careers Program will be an amazing experience for me and will help me to gain more knowledge about the profession I am interested in.
[Ans: 22.4 cm; 28.4 cm] PC1222: Fundamentals of Physics II Semester I, 2013/14 Tutorial 8 Page 3 of 3 6. Lens-Mirror System. A convex lens ( f = 20.0 cm) is placed 10.0 cm in front of a plane mirror. A matchstick is placed 25.0 cm in front of the lens as shown. (a) If you look through the lens toward the mirror, where will you see the image of the matchstick? (b) Is the image real or virtual? Explain. (c)
I was at Hamad General Hospital shadowing medical professionals of different specialties to get an overall idea of what the medical career was like, I was at ED (Emergency Department) when suddenly and with no previous warning “Cardiac Arrest !,” yelled the nurse, in moments emergency specialists were standing above
The documentary Visions of Light was made for the purpose of showing the art of cinematography. Cinematography was defined throughout the film as the making of a motion picture. “I found out that I was unconsciously responding to light.” said by Ernest Dickerson an American film director and cinematographer. Light is thought of to be something so little but means so much in a film. It is used to change the emotion and to tell people where to look.
While researching medical schools, the mission and values of TCMC struck a personal chord. I was invited to an open house and learned that the final two years of medical school are spent in hospitals and doctor’s offices focusing on patient and family-centered medicine. TCMC values community health and teaches their students the importance of quality healthcare while encouraging their students to practice in rural areas. Growing up in rural PA, I have witnessed firsthand a shortage of doctors in our area--scheduling an appointment with certain physicians requires a patient to wait for weeks to months. My father and I discussed how difficult it was seeing patients immediately and the challenges of referring patients. Given TCMC’s focus on the community and rural medicine, my aspirations to practice medicine in the area I was raised, and my commitment to providing high quality healthcare, I believe that the culture and values of TCMC are the perfect fit for me.
In my opinion a successful student doctor should have organizational skills, be able to cope with the rigor and pace of instructing materials, most of all developed critical thinking during their time attending a medical program. I believe that the Doctoral Diversity Program at John Hopkins Medical School will help me strengthen those areas before the start of my medical education. The Diversity Program provides research opportunities, Community health care exposure, professional training and personal growth through mentorship. The Doctoral Diversity Program I believe will help me stay on a current pace for medical school, which will help me be a competitive applicant. I hope to gain a head start on the level of critical thinking that medicine
By learning the basics of the day-to-day tasks there will be more time to focus on the more difficult aspects of a rotation. The convenience of the Clinical Campus might seem simple, yet eliminating the effort required to relearn simple tasks can be very impactful. Learning such simple things such as, what services are available, where things are, how to use the EMR, where to park, where to eat, where the bathroom is, all require time and effort, time and effort that could be used to accomplish other tasks. To me the benefits and the reasons the Clinical Campus is the right choice for me is that I would gain some institutional knowledge that would enhance my learning experience. Instead of relearning everything about everything, every time I start a new rotation, I will be able to focus on learning the important things about that rotation because I already have some basic institutional
CUSOM’s mission statement reflects my character and I perfectly fit into it. The university is committed to “preparing future doctors for the medical challenges and opportunity that lies ahead in patient care and research.” I like CUSOM because this school at least cares about their physicians and want them to
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My goals from a career in optometry begin with my optometry education. My plan for attacking optometry has three phases: Phase One- General optometric education at Nova Southeastern. I want an outstanding education, supplemented by practical experience, such as that offered by The Eye Care Institute. Phase Two (a.k.a. “the chicken”)- Exposure; after a general education, I seek exposure within the field through such activities as a mission trip, service opportunities, and initial employment in a diverse setting, such as public or rural health. Within these settings, one can experience vast new cultures and the subsequent pathologies that accompany people in diverse settings, living under diverse conditions. Phase Three (“the egg”)- Specialization: