Everyone in the world needs a successful in their life in both work and family. We can see that some people have very success in their work, but not so great in their family, and some of them have separation spouse, living alone, having misbehavior children. In the article, ‘How Will You Measure Your Life?’ by Clayton Christensen from the Harvard Business Reading, explains and guides us how you can make your life happy and successful. The three topics in the article that I think they will be benefit to our life are allocating choice, creating a culture, and importance of humility.
As this is rarely a one-person task, participation in this advanced education opportunity will stimulate my appreciation for achievement of quality patient care using the multidisciplinary approach. Additionally, exposure to other healthcare organizations will create an advantage for identification of best care practices that I may utilize in my own organization.
I want to contribute to the nursing profession by helping improve the quality of care patients are receiving. I believe that it is my duty as a nurse to provide care for patients that exceeds their expectations. I want to make a difference in my patients lives and do everything I can to make a positive impact on their lives and the lives of their loved ones. I also want to act as an advocate for my patients, and make sure that they know I am hearing and understanding their thoughts and feelings. I will do my best to relay the information they share with me to the other members of the health care team which will hopefully increase the quality of care from not only myself, but from all of the other team members.
I made good friends, a lot of memories and worked with several different attendings. Each experience was unique and I learned to adapt quickly, be resourceful and efficient in order to gain the most of my clinical rotations. I have always strived to procure the best education, and that is the reason for pursuing my education in the United States. I also desire a health care system with an importance on accountability and human life and I hope to practice evidence-based medicine to provide my patients with the best care possible. I have a keen interest in quality improvement as well and one of my goals is to undertake various quality improvement projects at the hospital. I feel that by reflecting on the changes we need to make, we can improve our health care delivery and overall health of the community. I am also drawn to the intellectual culture of Internal Medicine and I wish to continue working in an academic setting at the end of my residency.
As a child, the medical field has been a heightened interest of mine. Having taken classes to become and emergency medical responder, being taught CPR, watching and learning from media about emergency services, my want to excel in medicine has only increased. I feel one of the biggest purposes in my life is to understand and help others through the pain and suffering that they might be going through. I wish to develop the knowledge and the skillset to be able to help or even save those in need. In addition, I hope to help others see how successful you can be if you are passionately driven for what you do.
To excel in quality care, make a positive difference in patients' lives, restore homeostasis, and meet psychosocial needs. I will do this by serving, supporting all patients and family members with compassionate and filled with integrity. I will achieve this by constantly learning, continuing education and gaining knowledge by advocating and caring my patients and community. Through persistence And dedication with my goals I will pursue to achieve
My goal in the medical field is to change the face of healthcare so patients have faith in their care givers. They will understand what a doctor or health professional is doing and saying, and they will not question their motives. My future will involve securing the future of others and my only task is figuring out how this will be accomplished. The GEMS program will grant me the the gift of exploration. I will seek out everything the medical field has to offer my future story, and I will have the ability to choose the area which needs me most. In the future, I have preliminary goals of becoming a nurse practitioner with a Master’s degree. Beyond that, I hope to tackle greater medical challenges that can change lives immediately and have an impact on the future of
I am self motivated, determined, hard working with an ability to succeed. Coupled with enthusiasm and positive attitude, I want to prepare myself for social and academic challenges of medicine. I have realized that kindness and compassion are cornerstones of good medical care. I believe that well rounded person like me has capability to acquire different skills through different activities. I am caring, patient, like communicating with people and making new friends. I believe these are my strengths that will help me to become a good physician.
I think once I have entered the healthcare industry I will play a vital role in implementing fair but tough decision making when it comes to delivering efficient, friendly, quality healthcare. I feel that I
I aspire to practice in a setting where I am able to develop personal and long-lasting relationships with my patients, such as working in a community clinic as a primary care.
"Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be." Coming from a family of physicians, I looked up to my parents and always wanted to be one. Now I have reached this stage in my career where I have realized what I want to be and where my strengths lie. This has happened not by chance but by careful consideration at every step of my career, unbiased self-evaluation and the realistic interpretation of the future that I want to be part of. This essay is thus an honest attempt to present myself to all those concerned.
Since childhood, I’ve aspired to become a physician to alleviate the pain of others by helping them through medicine. Currently, I’m not sure which specialty I want to pursue, but in 10 years I want to have completed medical school and residency and started working to give back to society through medicine.
I control the areas of life that I can and do not dwell on the things that I cannot control. These two categories work together to keep me goal oriented. Life Balance helps me stay realistic when I set goals and evaluate my progress and the way I spend my time. Being Proactive keeps me accountable for the goals that I set. For example, now that I have begun graduate school, these two areas are a big part of my life. As a working professional, I must balance my work responsibilities, school responsibilities, and personal life. I often plan my time in specific blocks to dedicate appropriate amounts of time and energy to all areas of my life. As a teacher, the to-do list is never finished. It is easy for teachers to spend most of their time both at work and at home completing their work tasks. I have made it a point to complete as much grading and planning as I can during my work hours and save the rest for the next day. During my hours at home, I have planned specific times to work on graduate courses that will not interfere with my home life. I study and complete school work on evenings that my husband is working so that we can spend time together when neither of us are
I have many goals in my future being a healthcare professional, I want to excel while being a healthcare professional, to identify and satisfy my patient’s needs, and use the professional skills and clinical skills I have learned in order to help them, to build a good relationship with patients to medical provider communication as for the same concept of patient doctor relationship, to make an effective way to communicate the needs so the patient can understand how to take care of themselves, and also to bring positive healthy encouragement so they can stay
My history with medicine has allowed me to establish goals for how I want to deliver care. I have experienced medicine from three points of views: as a patient, healthcare worker, and as family. Through these viewpoints, I have gained an understanding of patient hardships like financial and travel issues, the grief associated with loss, and the trust that goes into putting yourself or a loved one into the hands of physicians. These experiences have built empathy and compassion in me that is necessary in medicine.