family practitioner at the John Peter Smith Health Center which serves economically disadvantaged communities in Arlington, is one example of those passionate physicians that I had a chance to meet. From Dr. Chaudhry, I learned what distinguished good doctors from great doctors. Good doctors can accurately diagnose a patient and prescribe the proper medication. Great doctors, however, can earn each patient 's trust. They serve both as a patient 's companion and caretaker, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ds and clothes, a free flu vaccination or a simple clinical examination seems to be common for an averaged-salary worker, but it can be the entire world to a poorly sick elder who could not afford for just a short doctor 's visit.
Without receiving money or school credit for your work? Sadly, this is a situation many universities have set up for their students, benefitting themselves and corporations. Universities must put the students first, not themselves, by providing school credit towards graduation and by ensuring that internships posted on campus and campus websites are paid internships. Explanation of Problem Unpaid internships only benefit universities instead of the students partaking in the internships. Universities are able to make money off the internships and countless students will not receive any academic credit for their work.
There are some not so good parts in being a pediatrician. The long hours, the years spent in school studying and preparing yourself for the future, the money it takes for medical school, the pressure of making the right decision with someone else’s life, and much more. The money and the vacations are great but the reason I want to be a pediatrician is so that I can help save children’s lives and cure them not to become rich or live in a big house. No child should have to suffer and be in pain. Making sure a child stays healthy is really important to me.
I have come to discover that a job and even a good income, without another significant purpose, will not bring satisfaction. I planed to utilize my assets, namely my problem- solving affinity, strong work ethic, and interpersonal commitment, to craft a stimulating, personally rewarding career in medicine. I have taken stock of myself, considering my skills, experiences, and goals. I have looked to family and friends, some of whom are doctors, for advice. Because of this self-examination, I have decided to pursue a career in health care.
You’ll never know what to expect from a patient. In some cases I need to be able to take the best, fast reaction possible. Diagnosing a patient is a risky job because there is no room for errors. In my opinion reading or referring to cases during med school should help me overcome the nervousness, when I deal with my first case. What I learn in medical school is different from actually putting that experience towards my clinical rotations.
While working, I need to minimize my tuition debt, pursue entry into the nursing program at Albany Medical College, and acquire my R. N. degree. Next, secure a position within the operating suite. Where I will work to develop and refine my skills, with the hel... ... middle of paper ... ...ng style. The APA and in text citation is also very hard for me to get the hang of. I am unsure of how to correct this uneasiness, other than just writing more papers.
Secondly, with the schedule given in the health sector, one can earn a living because you can afford to work in more than one shift. Another one is you can practice your nursing in different sections not necessarily one area. The negative thing about working as a nurse practitioner is competition in the market. The market is full of this profession and for one to secure a job you must really work hard in school. Next negativity is residency; this whereby for the students they rely on clinical programs for placements and there is no remuneration and getting the required experience can be difficult.
I think people who didn’t get much schooling didn’t mean they are not intelligence. Intelligence can’t use to measure a person schooling. In the old generation, parents don’t have much money to support all their child’s go to college because of the tuition fee and they had a lot things need to support. For example, my parents didn’t go to school, doesn’t mean they are not intelligence or not smart, their family can’t give them that much tuition fee and not much money to let them go to college, however now they still have a job to work on and keeping it. However people don’t go to college doesn’t mean they can’t get a job or can’t survive.
As for state funding, the community colleges can look for other grants or government help to improve their institutions because the students themselves already get enough aid without the program trying to be implemented by Obama. The lower and middle class students will also be completing vigorously for spots in the community college campuses and that will only create a more hostile system to run. Michele Siqueiros said “ affordability doesn’t help if a student can’t get into the right class or find help figuring out what classes to take,” which supports that fact that there isn’t even enough room for all these students to go to community college; they don’t have the sufficient amount of space. Those “60 billion over 10 years” would be better spent on lowering and aiding students who want to pursue a higher education in public universities, that way it’s ensured these students will have the resources needed to help them get those bachelor degrees the Obama plan hopes for many
Many believe that a college education will ultimately lead to a higher income, but according to Bird, “there is no real evidence that the higher income of college students is due to college” (376). Since there is no clear correlation between the two, students should not attend college if the only reason they are attending is to earn a higher income. They should not risk taking out a lot of loans, and graduating with a large amount of debt. Overall, I think that college is not a good investment because not everyone needs a college degree for the career they intend to pursue, and investing in college is not worth risking being in debt after taking out large amounts of