The career I am pursuing is dental hygiene. Dental hygienists clean patient’s teeth, examine the mouth for diseases like gingivitis. My mom works for a pediatric dentist and I spend a lot of time at her work. That’s what made me choose this career. I love the atmosphere and how friendly everyone is.
I am a highly motivated perfusionist, and have the necessary skills and temperament required for the challenges of a senior post. During my four years post qualification, I have demonstrated that I have the ability to work well with colleagues, have good leadership skills and excel at motivating others.
Several years ago, my appendix nearly ruptured and I had to have surgery. At that time, the staff was caring, kind, and aware of my pain, and the environment was never boring. Everyone was in a rush, and there was never a dull moment. The atmosphere is exhilarating; nurses, doctors and emergency medical technicians are always in a rush to help patients. Afterwards, I realized I wanted to help people in the same way the medical personnel helped me. This inspired me to pursue my EMT certification, but my ultimate goal is to attend medical school and become a surgeon. To be able to pursue my dream, I hope to attend (School) because of the strong curriculum and capable instructors.
One day a couple years ago I was at daycare playing with my friends and it was a normal day. My mom soon called and said that my grandparents had been in a tragic car crash. Their car was totaled and my grandparents were not in good condition. They were soon rushed to the hospital and taken care of. They are doing fine today and still have their up-beat, friendly attitude. If not for those EMTs that were on the scene, sad to say, they probably wouldn’t be here today. I chose this topic because I want to help other become healthy again and to be around for there family. This paper will talk about why I wanted to do this job, other names for an EMT, summary of what an EMT does, the kinds of EMTs and what their specific job is, the qualifications, education path, salary, job findings, jobs related to an EMT, benefits, and if I still consider being an EMT.
1. How do you report an unconfirmed diagnosis? Provide an example of when additional diagnoses might be needed? Why do you think a coder needs to know this?
1. What age range of patients do you prefer to work with and why? I prefer to work with women and pediatric patients from birth onward. I have always worked with children, until this last year when I started a care partner position on a medical surgical unit. I was nervous to work with older adults for the first time and still find myself longing to interact with younger patients. Although I feel much less comfortable providing care for the older adult population, this has definitely been a good experience for me. I have had many wonderful interactions with adult patients, but I would prefer to begin my career working with women and/or children.
As a physician assistant one is able to help people every day and get paid to do it. That is very cool that you can have the opportunity to save lives and do what you love while getting paid a very nice salary. I love working with either younger children or older adults. I truly enjoy helping and making people happy. The other perk of helping different people daily is that your brain stays very sharp and is forced to do a lot of work. Instead of doing one task mindlessly over and over
It was an enlightening experience to be able to shadow a physician assistant now as a physician assistant student compared to my previous experiences as a pre-physician assistant student. I could appreciate and understand more the expectations and demands that comes with the profession. Similarly, how effective a physician assistant may be at meeting the core competencies in the physician assistant profession. While shadowing Pediatric PA Nick Constantino, I found he meet all the competencies in our profession, but the two that stood out to me the most were patient care and medical knowledge.
I also have experience working in a Oncology department as a Radiation Therapist. I'm often asked if it is depressing working with cancer patients. Like you I have made many attachments and have found it very rewarding. There is no doubt it can be a very difficult job, but I have met so many wonderful people who have share so much with me. For a short time I also worked in an Emergency Department as a Radiographer. I also liked that very much. The adrenalin of what was coming in really kept me on my toes. It sounds like you have a lot of experience working in two very challenging departments.
Step 5 is maintenance which is characterized by 6 months to 5 years or continued commitment (Sare & Ogilvie 2010). Behaviors of this stage are reward systems and coping mechanisms. According to the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN, 2012), education is the key component for both future and practicing nurses to learn how to integrate technology. Education should include helping nurses to understand an EHR beyond its technical use. In other words, nurses must understand how EHRs ﬁt within the bigger picture of health-care delivery, rather than just how to use them as necessary in day-to-day practice.
I think you have chosen a very interesting topic. I also am a ER nurse, and I truly hate having to put my kids thru such a traumatic even , although I do have good bedside rapport with my kids, I still don’t like putting them in harms way, by causing them pain along with getting them so upset by getting a IV. I have tried the EMLA also, but like you have found the time it takes to actually work takes to long, and many times I need labs done now. I am very interested in hearing more about this “needle-free” jet injection. I have not heard of such technology, and would welcome it in my own ER practice. I look forward to seeing and reading more about your idea.
It takes many dedicated people to effectively run an EMS program. Although one position may or may not be more important than the other, it takes a well-organized team working together to have successful program.
Pediatric Dentistry is a fantastic job for me because I adore children, the median annual wage is excellent, and dental hygiene is very preeminent to me. I cannot envision a better career path for myself. I have always been a person who can interact well with children. In addition, I also enjoy the idea of being able to help children feel great about their teeth and smile. Being a dentist is much more to me than just cleaning a child's teeth. It is also about boosting the child's self-confidence by encouraging them to brush their teeth and take care of their smile
In ER Admitting I thought it was going to be super boring because you are just in a room by yourself or with a partner. However I was wrong it's a pretty cool job and you are the one who the patients gets to see first. ER Admitting it's a really important job to me because you the one you talks to the patient's first and get to do the paperwork and plug in some in the computer.
In this high speed, broadband, high definition, digital age that we live in sometime leave one feeling overwhelmed with the amount of information available. However the consolidation and centralization information can be useful especially in the areas health. As young boy going to my doctor's appointment, every time we would arrive in the office, I remember looking back behind the counter seeing mountains of files and records all scattered around the office. Nurses rummaging through pieces of paper trying to match one with the other, and being completely overwhelmed without the help of a tracking system. Things have certainly changed in the healthcare field with invention of the EMR or electronic medical record sometimes confused with EHR (electronic health