On Wednesday, March 09, 2016 at approximately 7:30 p.m. Resident Assistant (RA) Jessica Estrada, Resident Assistant (RA) Christina Mbadie, Resident Assistant (RA) Phuong Phung, Resident Assistant (RA) Miki Sylva, Resident Assistant (RA) Keva Evans, Resident Director (RD) Krystol Myers, and Janneal Pennant were in the second floor lobby for their weekly active. Resident Kyle Palani Canacunga was passing by with a shopping cart. RD Krystol approached Kyle and kindly asked him if she could take the cart because they were now only allowed to be out during check in and check outs. Kyle then refused to comply and started raising his voice trying to convince RD Krystol that he would bring the cart back. RD Krystol explained to Kyle that the privilege for the carts had been lost due to people taking them and not bringing them back. Kyle then stated, “You know me, I am going to bring it back.” RD Kyrstol explained to him that it will not be fair for other residents if she allowed him to use the cart. Kyle then said, “This is bullshit, Krystol.” Then he walked away. …show more content…
He then got close to her face and stated, “You know what? Fuck you all!” RD Krystol then thanked him as he walked away. RD Krystol left the active. A few minutes later Kyle walked through the lobby mumbling to himself. Kyle then stopped and threaten RD Krystol by stating, “I want to smash her [Krystol] head into the wall.” RA Jessica then told Kyle that he should calm down. RA Jessica also told him that he had taken things too far and if he had been less aggressive there could have been a better outcome. Kyle then apologized to the RAs present saying that he did not have anything against any of them, and that his problem was with RD
“Dedicated to enhancing professional and personal growth for allied health professionals, American Medical Technologists (AMT) awards the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) credential to qualifying individuals.
I am applying for this scholarship to help pursue my goal of earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences so that I may further my education with a Master’s of Physician’s Assistant Program. My long-term career goal is to work as an Oncologist Physician Assistant. I want to help those suffering from cancer become Survivors. My very personal experiences with my grandmother have led me to this career goal. I thirst for the knowledge to make a difference for so many people in need.
Physician assistant (PA) is a career that allows an individual to work independently to treat patients. While the physician is available to reference if any questions or concerns arise about patient care issue. The position of PA is diverse, and the delegated duties may range from surgical assistant to family practice. If a PA chooses to specialize then their knowledge and training is revered to be desired by employers. The career is fast growing and beneficial as a mid-level practitioner for physicians.
Hello, Michelle, I had a wonderful time learning about you, your family members and your educational goals. In addition to this, I wanted to find out if your family members are supportive of your enrollment in college? Michelle, I also, wonder what one Office Technology skill you hope to develop by participating in this course. Finally, how will the Office Technology skill support you in your career as a Medical Administrative Assistant? Finally, do you think that you will enjoy working as a Medical Administrative
As a medical assistant student I participated in a month long internship at North Country Family Health Center in Watertown New York. I was interning at the Health Center where I was active with many Medical Assistants and LPN’S.
Anything worth having will not come without its share of challenges. No career path is going to be greener on the other side. Challenges that are brought about in any career is easier to endure if it is something that one is passionate about doing. In the health care field there are several challenges that healthcare workers must face. The role of the Physician Assistant also known as PA holds great responsibility and has challenges; some of which only a Physician Assistant would face. One challenge that is specific to Physician Assistants is the question of competency by the patient. Another is dealing with the feeling of not being properly compensated. Last but not least Physician Assistance endure working long and odd hours. However when one enjoys that chosen career, they will find a solutions to every obstacle or challenge that stands in their way.
Being a Medical Assistant you must be prepared to face the various types of emergencies. Two most common emergencies that a Medical assistant will be facing are seizures and fainting. In appearance it would seem that fainting and seizures are a little similar they both disrupt the normal consciousness.
There have been concerns regarding the identification and credentialing of advanced practiced registered nurses (APRNs). A APRN is a registered nurse who has successfully completed an accredited graduate-level education program, in which the individual is well prepared and successfully passed the nationwide certification examination (APRN Consensus Model, 2008). However, there are still debating issues of who would fall under the APRN category. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) has identified four APRNs who are deem fit to be called ARPNs; however, only two will be named. They would be certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) and certified nurse practitioners (CNPs). Whereas, the nurse informatics and the nurse administrations are not considered to be APRNs; although, they are still license registered nurses but they do not provide direct patient care and are not required to take the national certification examination (ARPN Consensus Model, 2008).
The Certified Nursing Assistant program started this year with a new instructor, Karla Garrison RN BSN. Karla was previously one of the state board of nursing examiners and tested our students last year. After being impressed with our students and our program as well as the opportunity to make a difference Karla joined our team. Under her leadership we have transferred to a new curriculum and new text books that are more focused on meeting the Arizona state board exam requirements.
On 3/13/16 SO EMT Perez was notified that an engine had come on campus. SO EMT Cunningham responded along with SO EMT Perez and caught up with the engine by lakeside commons. The driver of the engine stated that he was responding for a lift assist to 3144/3146 apt 220 but that he wasn’t sure which one he was going too. SO EMT Cunningham and SO EMT Perez decided to respond to FR-220 first being that they were the engine came from gate 2 and they were closest to that building. SO EMT Perez and SO EMT Cunningham knocked and announce their presence at FR-220’s door and were both verbally invited in. The resident a Mrs. Helen Neff stated that she could not get out of her chair because it was stuck and needed help getting out of it. SO EMT Perez
In my senior year of high school, I became the student body Vice President and discovered what it means to be an influential leader on campus. This experience exposed me to develop an array of qualities that can be utilized in the role of being resident assistants (RA). I have gained insightful knowledge of the intricate details necessary to be a productive leader who guides in an encouraging and supportive way. A gift that I posses is my ability to organize creative and innovative ways to build camaraderie among the people I serve. This is crucial and beneficial because it ensures for a safe and welcoming environment where everyone feels confident to seek assistance when needed. As a representative of this university and myself, I bring a dedicated intensity about infusing change by vocalizing the wants, needs, and concerns of the students to make my school resilience to an environment conducive to learning.
My trade I decided to pick and further my career in is CAN. My trade at St. Louis Job Corps is located on Lindell Site downtown St. Louis. The trade is Certified Nursing Assistant and it deals with working with elderly people. Working and choosing this trade deals with all variations of people but mostly elderly people. Most CNA’s work at nursing homes, hospitals, or you can either do Home Health Care. All CNA’s are mainly supposed to wear scrubs, closed in athletic shoes for the time you are there and from the time you clock out. Some jobs allow the coworkers to wear capris and depending on the working place it doesn’t matter what color the scrubs are and on some Fridays some working environments have days you wear can Jeans on Fridays. It would be much more professional and comfortable for you to wear
Among older adults aged 65 years and older are found to have difficulty in reading and to comprehend discharge instructions. This has been found to be a concern regarding continuing care and re-admission concerns throughout urban and rural hospitals. Does the integration of Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) guiding discharge education, along with a follow-up contact with the patient after discharge effect compliance and readmission rates, more than not having an APN guiding discharge teaching to help decrease readmission rates?
There are more than 100,000 certified Physician Assistants practicing medicine in the United States. PA’s have a very high starting salary and get to do a lot of hands on work. After just two years of schooling you can come out making an average of $94,000. Being stuck at a desk all day is dreadful, and physician assistants get to choose what they want their work environment to look like. Job opportunities for a PA are expected to go up by more than thirty percent between 2010 and 2020. When you are a PA you have a huge amount of flexibility to choose your specialization. I know that a PA is the best career choice for me because i love to work with people and enjoy social interaction, i love to have flexibility to be able to spend time with my family, and there are very good benefits and there will always be job openings.
The first section of the following essay will explain the communication skills such as having a great attitude, being able to understand the patient and physician; and also how to relate what the doctor has diagnose to the patient will help me become a great medical assistant. The next section will explain why conflict resolution is important in my career field. The last section will describe a conflict and how I resolved it; and also how I would change the way I handled it.