Listening to people, trying to understand their stories and struggles is something that I have always deeply revered. I love learning about different cultural backgrounds and working with a diverse patient base. Working in different settings I have learned how to use these qualities as my strengths to give my patients the best care possible. Working in medicine I firmly believe that health maintenance and disease prevention are it’s two most important aspects. Family medicine through its unique longitudinal and community-oriented approach to health, provides a platform to promote preventive care and an opportunity to motivate patients and encourage lifestyle changes through continuity of care.
Listening to people, trying to understand their stories and struggles is something that I have always deeply revered. I love learning about different cultural backgrounds and working with a diverse patient base. Working in different settings I have learned how to use these qualities as my strengths to give my patients the best care possible. I firmly believe that health maintenance and disease prevention are the two most important aspects of medicine. Family medicine through its unique longitudinal and community-oriented approach to health, provides a platform to promote preventive care and an opportunity to motivate patients and encourage lifestyle changes through continuity of care.
I Wish to Study Internal Medicine in the USA Medicine appeals to me as a humanistic, challenging field that offers an opportunity to help people in the most vital aspect of their lives; their health. Medicine has passionately appealed to me from my early childhood. I come from a family of doctors. My father, who is my role model, taught me two important aspects in the field of medicine: To reduce suffering & do no harm to patients. With this strong foundation, as my basis and support, entrance into a rural medical school was out of fascination for the intricate human architecture and its functioning.
The wellbeing of the patient is one of the most important things in the healthcare system. Like stated earlier, since the patient is what makes the healthcare world go-round following all the steps mentioned is vital in the good operation of a healthcare system. The topics covered are just some of the many steps that are needed in order to provide optimal patient care and are essential in more ways than one.
Eventually a rheumatologist, an amazing physician who quickly diagnosed her with Rheumatoid arthritis and started treatment immediately. The care and dedication he gave to my mother were almost as important as his medications for her improvement. After this experience, I started thinking about the importance of Medicine in life. It made me realize that Medicine is a noble and honourable profession as I saw the amazing difference a good physician can provide in life of those he cares for and their families. Soon I found myself with a desire to become not just an ordinary physician, but an excellent doctor like Dr Farooqi so that I will be a source of providing adequate relief of distress and sufferings for every individual and their families.
While in the program and after graduation, we will be working with patients from diverse backgrounds. Through travels and my volunteer work I have learned that to gain insight into someone’s life you must have the ability to empathize with them. By doing this, you build a relationship based on trust that is invaluable in all interactions with people, especially in a healthcare environment. I am excited to be part of this nursing program and I am ready to bring the positive individual I am to an already fantastic
While in high school I was selected to participate in 2 Independent Study Mentorship Programs in which I established mentorships in the field of medicine, shadowed my mentors 2-3 times a week, and sat in (Another word?) on surgeries. Also I compiled a research portfolio of 100 primary and secondary sources, and completed a final product at the term of the semester. Both years I mentored under a doctor, and produced final products that raised public health awareness. In my first year I mentored under Dr. Farmer, an OB/GYN.
I want to go into public health because I believe strongly that I can contribute not only to my fellow Americans, but also to people all over the world. I anticipate that through proper planning, interventions and implementation of effective policies, one will be able to bring about much-needed change through my work with an NGO or non-profit affiliated with the UN. I started to explore the different fields of medicine by working as a Medical Scribe in the Emergency Department, ER tech in Trauma Centers, getting involved in research, volunteering at hospitals and taking high level science classes. This will enhance my knowledge and experience i... ... middle of paper ... .../programs, research, community, and world health issues. All of my interests have been merged into one magical puzzle through Public Health.
As a physician in Occupational Medicine, I see myself incorporating all three; I want to master the art of prevention, work on improving the existing policies and practices, and successfully educate patients as well as professionals. Since childhood, I was fascinated about complexity of human body and was very curious to learn about it in-depth. And this curiosity eventually drew me towards medical profession. As a medical student; the more I rotated through various specialties, the more I discovered that each has its commendable ways of dealing with diseases. But I found my rotations in Medicine to be especially interesting and invigorating.
This program is going to give me the necessary education and skills so I can carry out my goal of being a healthcare administrator. This program also aligns well with my interest in public health and basic business background. Suffolk University’s Healthcare Administration program will offer me a variety of opportunities to succeed in out of the classroom and transform me into a