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    The Career Of Medicine

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    The career of medicine is a very diverse field of profession. The health care system is built on a team of, researchers, healthcare industry, physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals. All occupations and professions are equally important, and have their own unique contribution to the practice of medicine. All professionals interact and rely on one another to ensure sufficient care giving and treatment for all patients. Care giving is a challenging task with many obstacles, therefore it

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    A Career In Medicine

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    and I was always drawn to that person. Making people feel better, empowering others, and overall making a difference in the lives of everyone around me has always been my goal. Knowing this, it is surprising that I did not decide to pursue a career in medicine until my sophomore year of college, less than a year ago. When I started college, I tried out for and signed up for everything I possibly could. I came from a small high school where I did not have much competition, so I tended to rise to

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    get older?” For me, the answer has always been the same. Growing up I became fascinated with medicine, and I knew that I would have a career in medicine. My fascination began when my parents gave me a toy telephone that said, “Thank you for calling Dr. Johnson’s office, how may I help you?” and from that point on my fascination slowly began to grow into reality. By me pursuing a career in medicine, it will not only allow me to uphold my institution’s motto of “Culture for Service,” but it will

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    marketing career, I have developed strong business acumen, valuing honesty, integrity, and perseverance. My goal is to make every day some kind of awesome, the parts of it I love and the parts I don't. Since childhood, I desired a career that would allow me to provide quality of life for all kinds of animals. Naively convinced at an immature age that only geniuses could be veterinarians, and belief that I was a genius having been quickly disputed in geometry, I was reluctant to pursue a career in veterinary

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    “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Each answer was different than the last one yet no one has ever asked me, “What are you going to be tomorrow?” On a mission to discover on who I wanted to be, I took the first steps towards a career in Sports Medicine. I now have an idea of what I want to do for my future that I hope will inspire others as well. For the rest of this year and next, my plans are to become a better person and keep building onto my life. In order to do that I want to start

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    had worked in the department of Internal Medicine for several years as clinician, resident, and research scholar, I know that residency training requires absolute commitment to excel in every tier to become an excellent physician and take responsibility to reach out to others in need. A career in clinical medicine has always been my inspiration; however, I chose to avail myself from basic science and translational researches before completing internal medicine residency training in the hope of gaining

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    As I embark on a career in medicine, I want to select the right institution to prepare me for all hurdles that medicine throws at you. Off all the institutions in the nation, I have to decided to apply to UW-Madison for a plethora of reasons. From all that I have heard and through my thorough research, it is evident that Madison has so much to offer for me. Not only does Madison offer so many opportunites for my intended major, but for my wide range of interests not involving my major. During my

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    Having a career is important to me and I will try my best to become whatever I want to be. In this following essay, I will explain how I plan on achieving my goal and aspiration of becoming a sports medicine physician. My career choice is to be a sports medicine physician. I chose this career because it offers everything I like into one job. This job has science, medicine and sports. I’ve always been athletic and loved sports and I’ve always had a passion for science. Sports medicine physician gives

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    A Career in Medicine   My experiences at home have helped prepare me for a career in medicine I grew up in an economically depressed area in San Francisco where my mother was a single parent. Growing up without a father, I developed self-confidence and a sense of independence at an early age. In order to help my mother financially, I unloaded produce trucks during my years in high school. As a result, I was unable to enjoy many of the activities most youngsters enjoy. However, I am thankful

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    course of diagnosis. Later on she was also diagnosed with IgA deficiency too, hence the negative Transglutaminase test. Through all this, what fascinated me was how doctors got to connect one clue to another in reaching a diagnosis. Choosing a career in medicine came naturally to me since my father is an anesthesiologist. With my frequent visits to his hospital, I have always been surrounded with doctors. I have witnessed first hand the satisfaction a doctor experiences seeing their patient on the path

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