Through my shadowing experience I learned to interpret x-rays, place splints, and how to conduct a thorough physical examination. The role of a PA often includes discussing a full medical history and taking the time to educate patients. Mattie Stepanek once said that “Unity is strength...when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful thing... ... middle of paper ... ...ant. The Physician’s Assistant plays an important role in making healthcare accessible. My unique background and my dedication have equipped me to make a meaningful contribution to the field by providing a sympathetic ear to the concerns of my patients and to interact with them on a personal level, just as David did with me.
Shaheen’s clinic. My responsibilities entail managing the practice’s medical billing and administering VEP and Pattern ERG tests. I also helped the practice transition from the dated ICD-9 to the current ICD-10 which gave me a preview as to how CPT codes and diagnosis codes relate to one another. Overall my experience has been overwhelmingly positive and has grown my passion for optometry. One part of the practice in particular that I really enjoy is working with our patients.
He check the label on the medicines twice before giving out to the customers to make sure his giving it to the right person. Watching this I was surprised because I learn that, whenever you do something, check and ask yourself “whatever I am doing, is it right ? .” Next, I learn how important is to keep good relationships with the people your working with. At shadowing station, the pharmacy technician was great supporter to the pharmacist because pharmacy technician manage the area of dosages, labeling, and medication dispensing. Mainly observing the pharmacist I feel that they care about the patients because when I saw the patients facial expressions, the patients felt trustworthy on the pharmacist.
Studying for a final. Researching in a lab. Getting my EMT certification. Volunteering. These experiences helped clear up that ignorance and showed me the importance of knowledge (and the excitement of seeing that knowledge in action); while getting heart disease helped push me past that moment of despair and gave me a new understanding of how disease affects people.
Excellent education and the grinding schedule of internship gave me great confidence in my talents, with which I started shadowing Dr.H.S.Wazir, a Prosthodontist. Soon I was assisting him with the complex procedures as implants and fixed partial dentures. After the consummation of my graduation, I joined ... ... middle of paper ... ...sight into day-to-day dental management, and dentist-patient interactions. I also learned the ins and outs of dental insurance, record keeping, and patient scheduling. This experience helped me to improve my communication skills and develop my ability to build good working relationships with colleagues and patients.
Like I mentioned in a prior statement, Epic system allows patient to be able to log in and see their history of health. This helps the patient because they can keep track of all of their medical history, as well as print off the information they may need instead of going through the actual facility. According to a Nurse colleague of mine, I had interviewed her about this product. She says “it is a great system and very easy to work with.” She claimed it helps out a lot to have the e-learning class to jump start on the system when you’re a new employee. At her current location, all the employees love the system, and love to be able to learn hands on from day one of
“Organizations and agencies that use volunteers are providing important services at low or no cost to those who need them. When a community is doing well as a whole, its individuals are better off, too.” This explains that when people in communities work well together, it can make a huge difference in people’s lives. People who volunteer are reminded that there is a whole world outside of them. “Both the people you are helping and your fellow volunteers can give you new insights. No matter what groups of people you’re working with, you’ll find that they have information and ways of looking at the world that can broaden your horizons.” Always think about other people and places outside of the community.
Praise them for every accomplishment. And pay close attention to them when they talk and want to interact with you. These three behaviors alone will make you a master of human interaction and will greatly empower the people around you. And the wonderful thing about thanking other people is that, every time you say the words “thank you,” you like yourself better as well. You feel better inside.
It was rewarding and reassuring how one can build rapport with patient and give them a reason to have confidence in me by the means of communication and compassion. I believe communication and building the trust with patient can have a great positive impact on the course of diagnosis, treatment and
I want to complete a Pharm.D. program so that I can be that trusted professional that patients seek out. Working in the pharmacy has given me experience, communication skills, basic knowledge of commonly prescribed medications, time management skills, as well as helped me further develop my ability to work well with