Personal Experience: Pursuing A Career In Medicine

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EMPLOYMENT, RESEARCH, VOLUNTEER, & EXTRACURRICULAR EXPERIENCES
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Supervisor, pharmaceutical recruiter
As a team leader of scientific recruiters, I was able to utilize my leadership skills and recieved exposure to the job requirements of various clinical professionals. I led a team of recruiters and offered conceptual knowledge of the terminology used in clinical environments. The companies which I staffed for included: Novartis, Biogen, Bayer, Abbott, and Exedra. I learned a great deal about the job requirements of many types of professionals, as well as, what it takes to bring a specific drug to market. This experience utilized my leadership skills, broadened my knowledge of drug development, clinical duties, and medications
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Dennis Ledford, once a week, for 4 months. This distinguished medical professional guided me in the “ ins and outs” of Medicine, and helped me understand what to expect from a career in medicine. Observing a physician in a clinical environement for such a long period of time, allowed me to gain first-hand experience of the daily life and routine of a physician in a hospital setting. I was able to observe and gain insight into the interrelations between physician and patient care, diagnostics, patient consults, and criteria and protocols utilized in the selection of treatment options. This experience augmented my prior experiences of my father at his private practice and reaffirmed my goal to become a …show more content…
The group was able to travel and meet this afternoon to deliver the phone and other donated resources we had to do was only collected over the course of the academic year to my leadership include organizing to Gallatin responsibility for population, as well as, Corning volunteer opportunities within the community activities included: Children 's Cancer Treatment retreat, cancer recovery center volunteering, fundraising gala, and Exedra.. this was one of the most meaningful experience, remarks: hey remember attending my first meeting of the organization. Advisor explain their objectives and repentance of story of a recent donation of sewing machines to look and hands in the community. When he was it is, Yukon that all the gogne any machines were in the corner of a hot plate and got. He asked his friend, quote why are you not using the machine? And quote his homework like, quote because we cannot pay for the electricity is Howard those machines. And quote advisor ass, beginning quote well, how much is the electric bill to power of the machines? And close the friend replied, $60 and quote. Be advised responding responding, the getting close $50 a month? And quotes define replied, beginning close no, $50 a year. In case I was deeply moved by this

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