I need you to answer each one of these two questions based on the details provided below
- While there is great emphasis on the physician-patient relationship, XX School of Medicine also emphasizes the importance of training future physicians to care for communities and populations. Describe how your experiences would contribute to this aspect of the mission of the XX School of Medicine.
- Research is essential to patient care, and all students at Yale School of Medicine complete a research thesis. Tell us how your research interests, skills and experiences would contribute to scholarship at XX School of Medicine.
The responses should be 250 words for each question, double check the word choice and pay attention to the meaning be professional, NO spelling or grammatical issues. Be specific and critic
Shadowing and following doctors in the emergency department for more than two years and gain an experience in the medical field. Was exposed to two programs: the first one was only shadowing with the doctors. the second program has involved making studies and data analysis with the doctors. From May 2016 to May 2018 I have worked as a hospital shadowing. Over this period I participated in various activities like participation in Biomedical and EMRAP Practicum programs. With these programs, I have been able to understand the common disease causes and their trends in the society. Also, I had a hand in Emergency Room environment where I provided medical services together with other experience.
From May 2016 to May 2018 I have worked as a hospital shadowing. Over this period I participated in various activities like participation in Biomedical and EMRAP Practicum programs. With these programs, I have been able to understand the common disease causes and their trends in the society. Also, I had a hand in Emergency Room environment where I provided medical services together with and under the supervision of other experienced doctors. I learned the importance of patient-doctor confidence and the many advantages that accompany it especially in terms of patient healing.
When it comes to the handling of special cases, I have experienced and witnessed how they should be handled. Emergency cases have already established a routine and a unique mechanism in my practices in how they are handled. There are different codes regarding the emergency case for instance code red is for fire while code blue is for Cardiac Arrest, code orange is for disaster while code green is for room evacuation which is always a precautionary measure among many other codes. In general, below are the areas of my experience over the period:
- Patient exposure B. Hospital environment
- Medical services Delivery D. Shadowing with doctors
- Dealing with special cases in the hospital
I started an independent study by my own and found Dr. Gerin to be my mentor for guidance, this experience was studying an empirically developed method to treat neurologically challenged patients following neurophysiological approach to explain the benefits of an empirical method to treat patientspresenting a variety of somatosensory impairments. The study focused on determining if this empirical treatment is curative or artefactual. Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP) was studied theoretically using literature. The empirical treatment was evaluated, and outcomes were defined when compared to
theoretical and literature information which allowed to determine the curative versus artifactual value of this empirical treatment. Eventually, the study was by published and it actually opened a lot of new doors for me to do more research.
Then I worked Under Dr. Kimberly Leeson and Lynn Carrasco and their residents in the Emergency rooms and ICU, I have been a research associate since May 2016. This experience was working alongside the residents to collect research data, data entry, and analysis for the resident’s research projects. This position enabled me to explore more about the research ethics and exclusive medical research techniques. Furthermore, this experience required more info beyond my knowledge such as medical terminologies, subsequently, the outputs were gaining several skills and knowing widespread spectrum about the diseases and its causes or names. Additionally, working among the doctors is a great
opportunity in exploring medical experiences. Research has been an interesting option in my life. In my career endeavors, I have worked as a research associate at different firms and occasions.for the patients in Emergency Rooms. In the Emergency Rooms, the patients are usually at critical conditions and thus getting any sort of information from them can be a challenge but is still a fabulous experience. One needs to be patient and inquire in a manner that does not make the patient uncomfortable. I was personally involved in the collection of this data although, during entry and editing period, I could understand what it was, and possibly how and why it was collected. Regarding research in hospital, living among the residents made me feel like one of them and I engaged in almost every activity that they undertook. I have volunteered as a research associate,working together with the residents to collect data, enter and analyze it for the resident’s research projects. I also aided in conducting surveys for the consenting candidates, collect data for them, organize it to an understandable form and then enter it into the system.