If you would have told me ten years ago that I would be writing this essay and planning yet for another years into the future, part of me would have been surprised. Years ago I would have never envisioned myself going into the health field. Growing up I always heard stories from my parents and grandparents of how lucky I am to be alive and how thankful they were to the doctors and nurses. After hearing these stories for so many years it then made me realize that all I wanted to do was help people.
Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. With the new presidential administration and different changes in policies, people are putting more focus on hospitals and health insurance companies to make sure they give people the proper care that they need. I want to major in Health Administration because in a world with growing uncertainty and fear of the future, I want to make sure that people aren’t afraid and can afford to get medical care when they are sick or injured. The Bloustein School is the perfect place to help me achieve my goals and start my career in the professional world.
My goals for the next ten years, would be to get accepted to medical school and to graduate from medical school. Specifically, my top three medical schools that I would love to go to would be Oklahoma University Medical School, University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Oklahoma State Center for Health Sciences. To be honest though my top three are the places I would absolutely love to go to, I would gladly take a medical school that would accept me. Currently my plans for a specialty in medical school is endocrinology or immunology, I love the way that the body interacts with itself and how it is able to get confused and attack itself is probably my main interest in the specialty. My goals after I graduate medical school are, working in a hospital somewhere in Oklahoma, preferably in Oklahoma City or Tulsa, and work there as a resident for a time until I would be able to open up my own private practice or join a private practice and continue my health career from there. One of the things that has become increasingly interesting with me is Doctors Without Borders, which may end up being something that I would participate in after medical school during my residency or around the time that I would join a private practice.
I plan to attend California State University, Long Beach this fall and hope to get my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Volunteering in my community throughout high school has allowed me to meet and help many different people and made me realize how important it is to give back to my community. This has inspired me to continue my education and to open my very own medical clinic
My mom used to be a nurse practitioner and drew my brother and my blood. One day i'm gonna get a really big raise , and will hopefully make $ 1,000,000,000 a year. I hope to go to nurse practitioner school.
Long term, my goal is to acquire a Masters in Nursing. Professionally, I aim to work as a registered Oncology nurse, combining both treatments, nutritional guidance, and holistic care for cancer patients and persons at risk for cancer. Today, I volunteer as a breast cancer mentor, sharing the battle I have faced with cancer in a positive way. Mentoring women undergoing mastectomies and cancer treatments along with their families has become significant and rewarding.
With a college education I will be able to accomplish my goals. After I finish my undergraduate degree I will go on to become a physician assistant. Ultimately I want to use my skills as a physician assistant to help provide medical advancements to third-world countries. I would also like to use my undergraduate degree in conservation biology to help
Healthcare, and the impact of that care, can be seen throughout the world. How health services are provided affects every person, from newborns to the very old. Achieving desired outcomes for the population requires care that is of the safest and highest quality (Nash, Fabius, Skoufalos, Clarke, & Horowitz, 2016). In order to ensure safe and effective care that is of the highest quality, principles such as two-patient identifiers, coordinated care amongst providers, and effective communication must be practiced (Nash et al., 2016). All departments in the healthcare arena are responsible for ensuring the safety of patients. Radiography departments have the added risk of working with ionizing radiation (Gurley & Callaway, 2011). Held to a higher Biblical authority, it is the duty of all Christians to consistently practice quality care that is safe and effective.
Documentation in nursing is an integral part of providing quality and safe care to patients. As indicated in the standards of nursing care, patient’s condition and care needs to be clearly stated for smooth continuity of care. This is importance since quality care is a team effort. The team must be able to work together and ensure that each patient’s individual needs are clearly communicated to each other. Proper documentation is vital for both patient safety and quality of care. Documentation increases the likelihood that the client will receive consistent and informed care or service. Studies have indicated the benefits of thorough, accurate documentation to decrease the potential
After finishing up my AS in Nursing, I would work in a hospital setting for a few years to gain experience in a variety of areas so that I can develop my nursing and patient care skills. During this time, I would continue my education by working on obtaining my BSN. I feel with my nursing experience and continued education, I will be better equipped to provide exceptional healthcare to all patients.
I would like to see myself as both a physician and a scientist, making a difference in the community. I would hope to combine the specialty I choose to be tied in closely with research. Before medical school, I worked full time as a researcher for 3 years and gained invaluable experience. It is because of that I would like to continue with research even after becoming a physician. I would give back to the community as a physician, as well as have a positive impact on the overall health of the community.
I feel as though the most important health care issue at this point is people not actually having the resources and/or money to receive the health care that they actually require. Access to quality health care is necessary for everyone’s well being. Health insurance is made to help patients get into the health care system. Uninsured people are actually more likely to die early and have poor health status. Although even with health insurance, people are very likely to rack up expensive medical bills. Due to these financial burdens, some people will avoid the care they actually need so they can have food on their table, clothes on their back, etc. If they don't completely avoid it, sometimes they will push it off until the last minute which could decrease patient satisfaction, and is associated with clinically significant delays in care.
I want to inspire people with how I can help change this world. I want to become a nurse because I can help others around me, and my family. I plan on following my dream to become
Some hospital trusts and health authorities consistently outperform others on different dimensions of performance. Why? There is some evidence that “management matters”, as well as the combined efforts of individual clinicians and teams. However, studies that have been conducted on the link between the organisation
Every citizen deserves the right to receive high-quality health care at a low cost. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Of the health care disputes, we know that a multitude of complicated and challenging problems included. Each country health care system is designed to meet the need of their people. No one health care system are alike, and they each have similarities and differences that distinguish them from each other. Although, the health system has changed over the past decade that includes health care cost, managed care, and regulations. The health care system in the past and present both uses a system thinking strategy to help all health care providers and patients to understand the public health problems. "Public health will be