Essay On Respiratory Therapist

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Joy Wachendorfer Pamela Todoroff English 101 22 April 2013 Respiratory Therapy As my first semester back to college is coming to end, I ask myself what is the value of my educational efforts? I’m going into the health care field to become a Respiratory Therapist. My goal is to help people and be the best I can be in the field. Helping people has always been what I wanted to do. My son has Asthma.That is what got me interested in Respiratory Therapy. Throughout the struggles of having a child with asthma I have done research about his illness. That research helped me make the decision that I to someday would like to help people in that field. After many years of working dead end jobs I have come to realize that college was my ticket to a better job doing something I love. College was scary at first like Sedaris I felt like outsider. I’m a 37…show more content…
I’m going in with a positive attitude. I know now what I have to do to become a respiratory therapist. With hard work and determination I know I will succeed. I will make a difference in my field and in my community. This job will be available to me when I’m ready and there are job openings in every community (digital My educational efforts will be well worth it. I want to dedicate my live to helping others who are need. I like the definition Virginia Henderson uses for nursing. She says “nursing is assiting individuals to gain independence in relation to the performance of activities contributing to health or it’s recovery” ( Henderson par.4). That’s what I like about the health care profession. I like knowing that I to will one day be a part of making a difference in those who need help in my community. I want to help people better help themselves. My educational efforts will help me get the career I have always wanted. With hard work I will succeed. Two years from now I will be a Respiratory

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