Importance Of Recreational Activities In The Healthcare Field

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Every person in the world has some sort of interests whether it’s reading or playing soccer. Athletics is defined as, physical sports and games of any kind. In my case I am very interested in sports. I’ve been an athlete for as long as I can remember. Athletics is way for me to escape and forget about everything for a while. Playing sports has taught me how to focus only on what I am doing. For instance, I did cheerleading for eleven years of my life and during competitions I had to perform a routine in front of hundreds of people and judges along with my team. I couldn’t mess up and if I did the team would get points deducted. That meant I had to drown out the cheering crowd and ignore the judges and focus on the team, the music, and myself. …show more content…
But, if I get a good book that is appealing to me and I enjoy reading that subject, I will have no problem reading it. In the healthcare field there are going to be many essays and books I’m going to have to read that will be boring and as long as I know that there is a reason as to why I have to read it, I will. Recreational activities are actions that are performed solely for enjoyment, pleasure, and amusement of individuals. Recreational activities can range from playing piano to hiking in the summer. In my life I also use recreational activities as a stress reliever. I enjoy listening to music, working out, and hiking. It is nice to escape in music but at the same time escape from everyday life and just walk around in a different scenery and forget about everything for a bit. While working I could use simple recreational activities in my free time, to keep me calm and a little stress free to get me through the day. I believe that my use of recreational activities is a strength in my life. Socializing is also a big part of me, it is defined as mixing socially with others. I am very social and I love talking to and meeting new …show more content…
A nurse practitioner is expected to write prescriptions, diagnose and treat acute infections, injuries, and illnesses, conduct and order diagnostic tests such as x-rays, record and examine the medical history, diagnoses, and symptoms of a patient, and talking to patients about managing their health, and provide care and guidance to patients. Physician assistants are very similar to nurse practitioners, therefore, I wouldn’t be straying too far from what I wanted to be and do. To achieve this, I would need to start looking into nursing programs. Some require that you have a couple years of nursing experience before applying, while others allow students to gain RN work experience while pursuing their graduate degrees. I would want to apply for a grad school that would allow me to gain experience as I pursue my degree. I would want to obtain my master 's degree, MSN, which would be about 18 to 24 months. Then I would get my license and start my career as a nurse

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