The symposium provided me with the fundamental knowledge of the issues that the health care industry faced today. During the past year and six months I strived to learn more about public health both through coursework and work in the field. Since practical experience is an essential learning tool, I went on to expand my experience in the field of public health. I was fortunate to have landed a job as a Clinical Research Coordinator at Borgess Medical Center, the position allowed me to view public health at a different level. Working as a Clinical Research Coordinator I was responsible for overseeing and coordinating the initiation, implementation, and development of clinical research protocols to meet requirements and objectives of Borgess Research Institute, Food and Drug administration (FDA) Regulations and ICH Guidelines, sponsor Guidelines, Institutional Review Board and Investigator and patient needs.
Searching in different schools, I found that this program has a bunch of resources not only solid basics of nursing theory , but also nursing practice as well as clinical experience that will give me the opportunity of been successful in different practice situations. The fact of been able to have an integral education, joining theory and practice in the first year of study is one of the reasons I choose this program at Ryerson University. Furthermore, I think Nursing at Ryerson would make me not only a student with excellent communication skills, but also more compassionate, knowledgeable and a health care professional capable to lead and influence the health care field. I am very impressed with all the tools and resource the university has to offer the students experience clinical scenarios and situations as well as the facility of learn and practice nursing skills in an environment almost the same as the real hospital life. Study in one of the leaders in nursing education as is Ryerson University would give me the best education and formation to be a successful professional.
Pursuing a career in physiotherapy has been a major aspiration of mine since I was very young. This degree not only provides a combination of sport and science but also encompasses other body systems. This is suitable for me as I am passionate about the human body and how it functions. The practice of physiotherapy is a regulated health care profession that assesses neuromuscular, musculoskeletal and cardio respiratory systems. Physiotherapy provides the basis of change to improve a recipient’s health and lifestyle.
I was always especially interested in occupational therapy because of the way that they are intricately involved with trying to get the patients that they serve back to health and to prevent further injury. Inside I know that occupational therapy is one of the greatest interests that I have and I have several lifelong friends that have been in the field for many years. It would bring me great pleasure to be able to serve those who cannot help themselves and to optimize their assets that they have and attempt to restore the ones they have lost due to
I chose this course to develop my awareness of counselling and the techniques that are required. I wanted to see if I had the correct skills and knowledge, to offer a variety of counselling skills to my work colleagues or the students that I work with. Before the course I would have said that I had a lot of good qualities that are essential in counselling. Some of my strengths are that I am not judgemental, I can support unconditionally, I am a good listener and I am very attentive. Reflecting over the past weeks and assessing the impact of this course, I am now more aware that Counselling can help in a number of different ways.
Background. Nursing students’ clinical learning experiences are important components of their professional development. Oral shift reporting serves several purposes and provides an opportunity for professional communication that supports both educational and social functions for nursing students during clinical practice. Design. A qualitative study.
Vicki Kuhn Generic Abilities Assignment August 21, 2013 Generic abilities are extremely important for physical therapy students. One reason why generic abilities are important in physical therapy is because they work with other people. Physical therapists interact with patients, doctors and other medical professionals constantly. In order for them to work effectively with these people, they need to have good communication and interpersonal skills. Another reason generic abilities are important is because physical therapists have to diagnose and come up with treatment plans.
It always a benefit to know your competencies and personal profile cause it helps strengthen your skills that you already have and it help your build for the future in know what you have to do to move forward and be better at what you do. As for me meeting people and helping other is something that I love to do. Being an Administrative Assistant, I meet different ethnicity of people that need assistants with application or information on how to go about getting forms completed. I felt my education goal should be in the area where I meet and help people. I have a weakening of going over and beyond in helping people and I tend to go over and beyond with clients.
What exactly is Occupational Therapy? According to the World Federation of Occupation Therapy, occupation therapy is professional treatment which is majorly concerned with promoting the well being and the health of individuals through occupation innovation with close and effective engagements in a prescribed therapy. According to most occupation therapists, it is an all inclusive, collaborative and holistic health care service profession that aims at promoting health by enabling individuals with suitable abilities to perform purposeful and meaningful activities throughout their life span. Occupational therapists use different and diverse treatments to develop, recover and maintain daily work skills and living of their patients as a way of extending their life. This may therapy is more suited to individuals with mental, physical or developmental conditions which need quick and fast intervention.
Often parents find themselves happily surprised at their good news and rarely seek out information that could make it so much easier on themselves and the child. All too often the mistakes made in parenting can be avoided with a little good information. The beginning of a human life is fragile and it is at this pivotal moment that the stage is set for development throughout the lifespan. In this paper we will explore infancy and early childhood. We will examine the affects of family, parenting and education on the development of child.