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    Unlike most people I hear that are in health science, I have not always known that I desired to be in the health science field. This may sound strange since I am applying to a health science school, but I now know that this is what I am most passionate about. When I started high school, we were presented with many PowerPoint’s, slideshows, and quizzes about what we should do when we got out of high school. Even with all these materials, I still was not sure about what I truly wanted to do. This…

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    Being a certified nursing assistant (CNA) for elderly comes with many challenges, and I didn’t discover this until after did my clinical at a nursing home. There, I observed many opportunities for learning and growth in long-term care. With the permission of my instructor, I explored around and had a little time to communicate with the senior citizens. I continued to make observations and found that communicating with the elderly presents difficulties that impact the CNA’s ability to implement…

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    I work as an elementary school tutor and as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CAN) at a health care facility. As a double major in Biology and Sociology, and a Pre-medical student it 's a lot of running around, waking up extremely early and sleeping at all hours of the night. But I love working with the children…

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    The influences of my work and goals at Colorado Christian University is first and for most the Lord Jesus by the encouragement of the Holy Spirit. A factor in which helped me think of this opportunity was Pastor Ricky who himself is not only a pastor he wears many hats a dad, works a job, is about to start a bus ministry, and He is a student at a different online university. See back in 2001 I had just Graduated High School from a Christian high school in Anchorage, Alaska. So my church at the…

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    Servant Leadership People always say that it takes a special type of person to be a nurse. The critical trait that makes this special type of person is the ability to serve others. While leadership is learned and developed through skills, a combination of those proficiencies together make a great servant leader. Marquis and Huston (2015) explain servant leadership as the ability to serve others, first and for-most. The multiple proficiencies combine to create the servant leader, are those…

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    Taking on the task of raising children is hard when you have two people doing the job, but when you’re on your own, times are often extremely difficult. Being a single mom isn’t easy, although I have never personally experienced it, I have experienced living with one. I watched my mom take on the task of being two different people at once. My mother was born in 1963 with Cerebral Palsy that affected the right side of her body. She underwent many surgeries and spent a great amount of time doing…

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    My full name is Brandon Daniel Arioso. I was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming on March Fifth, 1997 making me seven-teen years old. I was raised in Cheyenne by my mom, Linda and my dad, Benjamin. Currently I am still living in Cheyenne but I am longing to explore the states, specifically Alaska or Northern Colorado. Even though I am a local to Cheyenne I still do not have a vast pool of people I would even call my acquaintances. However, my best friend is, Chris Smith. Chris and I talk on Skype…

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    Primarily in the area of health, speaking in the social environment can be very large as can be seen in two ways in the behavior of society and medical. In society today is a trend one cyber world which may influence decisions on changing lifestyle , behavior or decisions through many factors such as social networks in which a statistical sample that at least are recorded 3,803,000 people , you can advertise through these means to make health and are physically, spiritually and emotionally…

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    Rushing to my mother’s side, her face was as white as a ghost, her lips were a purplish-blue color and she was shaking uncontrollably. My nursing assistant skills kicked in immediately, quickly assessing the situation realizing my mother was in septic shock. Barely conscious, I began asking her simple yes or no questions to understand as best I could as to what she was feeling. She did not have…

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    The Introduction to a Caucasian, Conservative, Catholic Woman’s Stance on Ethics: Three C’s and a W Altogether, I firmly believe that an individual’s ethical stance is the summation of that they have been exposed to throughout their lifetime. From childhood ideals reinforced as one ages, to the background that one comes from, to both the political and religious beliefs that one strongly clings to and passionately defends – these factors ultimately contribute to what an individual foresees as…

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