Two Dreams of Medicine
The main goal I am striving for in the rest my colligate career, as well as the rest of my life is to be a doctor. While my specific field of expertise is unknown, I still have a general will to help individuals who are at a painful time of their life. Whether this feeling has come from my younger years seeing my mother take care of patients at her job, or just a random interest, my long time wish has been to go into medicine. I have two main ideas to may help me narrow my search of becoming a doctor. I want to focus on looking into the fields of sport medicine and pediatrics. My interest in sports medicine comes from the face that I know how necessary skilled sports medicine specialists are needed through my career in competitive water skiing. I am researching pediatric medicine because there is a desperate need to keep the children of America healthy. Although both of these specialties in the medical world have a different clientele, they both fill my need to help others. To research my love of the medical career I plan to call DCH Sportmedicine in Tuscaloosa, and to read the Textbook of Pediatric Medicine.
When I call DCH Sportmedicine I will have a prepared set of questions that will cover everything from what their job entails at the clinic, as well as what the best parts of the job are. In addition to questions of the day-to-day operations of the members of the clinic I will ask questions about the scholarly career they had to go through. With these three different types of questions I can not only see what happens in the job of someone in sports medicine, but also what kind of life I can expect.
When I research pediatrics in the Textbook of Pediatric Medicine I will be taking notes on the various parts of pediatric medicine the book discusses. Since the book claims to examine many different features of that particular medical field, the notes from the book will be helpful in my quest to be a doctor. Moreover, the...