Twenty percent chance of living and she survived. Claire was diagnosed with stage 4 Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia two weeks after her birth. She is now a thriving eight year old cancer survivor. The researchers, doctors, nurses, and therapists, are the main reason I have an adorable cousin here today. From the moment I heard the magnitude of what my little cousin was battling, I set my goal of a career in medicine, and the Allied Health Academy at Williamstown High School is that right first step to achieving my goal.
What is Love medicine? Love Medicine is a fiction novel by Louise Erdrich. The book is based on Native American stories, which cover three generations, fifty years, several families, and there are many relationships. Love Medicine is a collection of short fiction stories of “people that are living on Chippewa reservation in North Dakota”. Louise Erdrich makes the story with use of flashback. Love Medicine is not on particularly one theme but there are some stories on other themes such as, true identity, religion, family, love etc. Love Medicine is the creative formation of stories and characters which allow for the original creation of love. Each character exposes his or her individuality
I think you did a thorough job at developing a Clinical Nurse Leader elevator speech that summarizes the CNL role in health care. An elevator pitch main purpose is to “intrigue and inspire a listener to want to hear more of the presenter’s complete proposition in the near future” (Sjodin, 2014, p.3). Your speech is very intriguing and if I didn’t already know about the role, I would want to know about it more in-depth, based on what you told me.One major thing you included in your elevator speech that I admire because it captures an important part of the CNL role is where you state, "Those facilities who have certified CNLs have seen a tremendous reduction in costs and improved patient and staff satisfaction". In this statement you
I would also like to apologize for my unprofessionalism because it let you down and you lost trust in me. I honestly do not remember the clinical on 4/17/2018 due to my home life. I should’ve come to you and explained what was going on. However, because I didn’t it may have cost me my clinical. I am so sorry for everything that happened that day. I apologize that I did not do the full skin assessment, and truly thankful you were there for her IV site and for her legs. I made a mistake and I deeply apologize. Due to this crucial error, I have realized the true meaning and dire importance of keeping personal life out of professional life. My distraction caused me to make a beginner’s mistake and I apologize once again. I’ve learned now the importance of communication with the instructor as
Today I had a great day at the clinic. For the morning section, I had Omar Lora as my patient. Last time when he came, I collected all my assessment data. Today I updated his medical history, dental history, vitals, and EIOE, then I completed filling out the gingival assessment, the treatment plan, and the SAOP. Finally, I was ready to have my assessment data checked. It went really well, and I learned ways to helped me be more efficient with my time management, for example, I did not know how to have my radiographs up in the other monitor while I was doing my assessments. It was a little time consuming having to open and minimized the window every time I needed to look at the radiographs. Also, I discovered that having a piece of paper out and taking
“Stop trying to be good people.” It is only human to be biased. However, the problem begins when we allow our bigotry to manifest into an obstacle that hinders us from genuinely getting to know people. Long time diversity lawyer, Verna Myers, in her 2014 Ted Talk, “How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them” discusses the implicit biases we may obtain when it comes to race, specifically black men. Myers purpose is quite like the cliché phrase “Face your fears.” Her goal is to impress upon us that we all have biases (conscious or unconscious). We just have to be aware of them and face them head on, so that problems such as racism, can be resolved. Throughout the Ted Talk, Verna Myers utilizes an admonishing
Remember yesterday our conversation over the phone when you help me with the question about the claims in Cerner and on that conversation I mentioned that I'm working with Highmark health options claims from Ezclaim. Well yesterday I start transferring all the claims that we still have the 2ndry portion pending to be paid by the payer and I nototice that transfer all this claims information to CERNER when we receive the primary payer payment already is a lot time consuming b/c we need to enter all the claim information plus all the EOB information from the primary Insurance so this proccess is a lot to do specially when the patient had more than one claim. I was thinking all night How we can get this process more easier to get it done and get results more faster.
The preautospy meeting includes the lead crime scene investigator and a few other key personnel such as the pathologist in charge of the autopsy and the criminalists who analyze the evidence. The scene of the crime and features of the body will tell the trained workers what to look for and dictate many of the procedures that are going to be needed to be used one the autopsy takes place. Additionally it will even show what additional tasks must be completed to help bring everything into fruition. This entire conference is so important that it should be planned out much in advance to the actual autopsy taking place. With every member at this conference giving their input a well put, clear, and concise plan should be crated so that the best approach as possible is taken when the autopsy actually ends up taking place. If everything is done correctly the autopsy should go smoothly and the newly gained information plus the previous knowledge should be able to paint a clearer picture of what actually happened to the deceased victim. The creation of a homicide investigation team will ensure that the preautospy conference will go by much smoother than usual. Although there might not be a formal team at smaller departments around the country it is still a team effort and each member that is helping out plays a key role in the investigation and conference. Furthermore the wrap up conference will serve as a double check to ensure that all checkpoints were hit. This vital meeting plays a much larger role than it seems and it is imperative that things are done correctly.
On behalf of Northwell advanced practice Council, We would like to cordially invite you for joining us in the celebration of National NP week(NP GALA) on November 16th from 1700-1930 at Cohens hospital. Please see the attached flyer.
Internet can be leveraged by organizations by many ways like in case of The Mayo Clinic (http://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/mayo-clinic-leads-social-conversations-about-healthcare/) they use internet to improve patient knowledge and achieve a consistent user-friendly interface and becomes most popular and trustworthy provider of medical information by making their website user friendly like service like patient can interact with a new doctor on a social platform before visiting and get to know about him and so they serve many programs for good interaction with good content.
I am very sorry that I backed out on you guys last minute and I know that saying sorry isn’t enough to make it up for what I have done, but there were things happening when I was checking the date for my holiday class for maths that made me back out from going. I’m hoping that if you know what they were you would understand why I did this. BTW I was planning on going before this happened. The things that were happening while I was checking the date were that my friend was telling me how if I were to go I lose days of studying, making me have sleepless nights studying for the trials. However, this wasn’t the main reason why I didn’t want to go but when my dad went inside my room to say goodnight. I told him that I was
A twist on the "patient's perspective" approach is to describe a time when medicine failed to save or heal someone close to you. The purpose of this tactic would not of course be to rail against the medical profession, but rather to show how a disappointing loss inspired you to join the struggle against disease and sickness.