Saving Lives As A Cardiothoracic Surgeon

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Jennifer Monroy
Mrs. Lozares
Honors English II
15 February 2017
Saving Lives As a Cardiothoracic Surgeon 1. Saving lives sounds really amazing and god like. Doctors have always been one of my fascinations. The way that they can not make any mistakes and the challenges they face in saving a patient; it just grabs my attention. Ever since third grade I have wanted to become a doctor, but never really chose a specific occupation in the medical field. There are so many specialties; dermatologists, obstetricians, pediatricians, plastic surgeons, neurosurgeons, and many more. All these names may sound confusing; such as obstetricians. In short this is a doctor that delivers babies. Then there are some like plastic surgeons; this is a
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The program will help in furthering students’ knowledge in the science and math fields. Students learn by hands on experience, and they work with the type of technology that will be seen in the medical field. When wanting to get into a career that can be as rigorous as becoming a surgeon, students have to take advantage of the programs that their school offers. Universities and colleges that have great medical programs are also something that is important. The University of Oklahoma is one that many people, like myself, are interested in. The OU College of Medicine is widely known in Oklahoma. I have always wanted to attend this University because of the size of the medical plaza, which shows their contribution to the medical field. The College of Medicine is located in Tulsa, OK (Medical). 5. The College of Medicine, like other colleges and universities, has graduation requirements and curriculums. Biology, chemistry, physics, math and english are all subjects that applicants must complete, but it can be done as undergraduate work (Physicians). For years one and two it is called the preclinical curriculum. This curriculum includes learning how to connect basic science concepts with clinical concepts, and things like case studies and team problem solving concepts. Students learn how to interact with patients and are able to practice clinical skills. Clinical curriculum is for years three and four in which “all

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