Each event and decision that these five wonderful gifts have brought me, have created me. I have learned to strive under pressure and am able to tackle any challenge or obstacle with a proactive attitude. In doing so I am able to be the best version of myself, the person who accomplishes greatness in every single endeavor. Having the privilege of being born the oldest has its advantages, yet it also comes with its many disadvantages. Throughout my entire life my parents have pushed me to my extreme in every task that I embark on.
I was always a fan of wanting to control life, not letting life control me. But then I learned to stop trying to plan things too far ahead because even within a short span of seconds, everything can alter. So rather than planning my every step, I simply keep a destination in mind and work towards getting there. To begin, my greatest accomplishment in 2022 would hopefully be pursuing my dream career as a physician assistant. I will have achieved this part of the journey to my destination through my hard work and countless hours of dedication to meeting all the rigorous requirements necessary to the PA program.
Harris 1 of 5 Amy Harris Professor: Day 10/29/14 Registered Nurses (ASN) Registered Nurses or as we call them for short RN'S have an ASN which is an Associate in Science and Nursing. RN'S complete at least two years of education in college. The growth, demand and pay are all on the rise for Registered Nurses. There are risk associated with nursing, health and financial. Registered Nursing requires basic schooling but they are continuously educated on important medical procedures, laws, and regulations.
Nursing is a career filled with endless personal and professional rewards. Nursing has always been a dream of mine. I want to spend my life helping others and taking care of them, using skills that blend scientific knowledge with compassion and caring. Being a Home Health Nurse will give me the flexibility and job stability I need for my family. I want to make a difference in the lives of others who are most in need of
I think this will help me greatly when I am training and once I have qualified. I also work for a health and nutrition company so am confident I will be able to encourage the mother and father to be having a good nutritional balanced diet during and after pregnancy, making sure they and the baby are getting everything they need to be healthy. People think of midwifery and instantly say ‘oh what a lovely job’. Yes it is, but it isn’t all positives. The negative sides of the job never really get touched upon.
Education is continuous in nursing. It is a process that evolves with experience and gaining various degrees. The skills needed to achieve my educational goals include using effective communication, team work and numerous certifications. Being a nurse was always what I would consider, a calling since I was in grade school. I was the only kid in my group of friends watching surgery shows and fascinated
I desire a career in health care and now having successfully completed all prerequisites with a 4.0 G.P.A., and an all cumulative G.P.A. of 3.65, I’ve been granted entry into the very sough-after and highly competitive Miami Dade College Nursing Program. This choice is my attempt to make a difference; I truly wish to have the ability to contribute wholly to our community in a way that is necessary and important. I promise to do nothing but good with my powers! To experience health care firsthand, I took EMT-B courses this spring.
For the past several years I have known almost every detail of what I plan to do after high school. I have always been extremely passionate with helping those in need, and caring for other people. This, and the fact that my mother is a registered nurse, has led me to believe that pursuing a medical degree is what I am meant to do with my life. I have always loved school and always wanted to be important to those around me, and I feel as though being someone who cares whole-heartedly for those who are sick and ill, is a perfect way to express my passion for helping those in need. I came to the conclusion of joining the medical field several years ago after my first serious injury.
I wanted to make my parents proud because of what I was doing. I want to be able to provide for my kids in ways my parents couldn’t always afford too and that’s when I started looking into it more thoroughly. I ended up coming into realization that being a Medical Assistant was also something that started to interest me. I love helping people and meeting new people as well. I work in a place where I see new faces every day, it’s always nice to interact with them and learn a little bit about them in just a matter of a few seconds.
Growing up I was taught to give more than I receive. I enjoyed doing community service. It was the first time I was exposed to needy children, I had wanted to become a doctor indefinitely. Knowing that I wanted to pursue a career in medicine, I had registered to become a volunteer at the local Sharp hospital. This was a huge step into becoming more closely involved wtih the surroundings I would experience once I am through with medical school.