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  • Becoming A General Practitioner Essay

    "Become a General Practitioner - Careers - The College Board." Big Future by The College Board. The College Board, n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2015. The College Board’s website page for a career as a general practitioner was divided into five sections. These sections explain what one should be ready for as a general practitioner, the characteristics and strengths that general practitioners have, how to prepare for the career in high school, the job outlook, and compensation. This website provides an overview of becoming a general practitioner; however, it does not go into extensive detail. This website is useful for my research topic because it provides a negative job outlook, compared to other sources that stated a positive job outlook for the profession.…

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  • Nurse Anesthetist Career Essay

    Career Research Project I choose Nurse Anesthetists, Family and General Practitioners, and Special Education Teacher. I choose these careers because my top area on my career cluster was Health science. My mom is actually a Special Education Teacher and i love going to her work and working with the kids she has. I have recently been looking into nursing for a career as high school is getting closer to ending and college is coming closer. I have been looking into the nurses in labor and…

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  • NHS System In Crisis

    The NHS: A System in Crisis? Can you imagine a Britain without its National Health Service of which we used to be so rightly proud? When it was inaugurated on July 5th 1948 by Aneurin Bevan , Minister of Health, there was great rejoicing and the demand was inconceivable because its main principle was to meet the needs of the entire population. Can we honestly say that it still achieves these goals? Although I agree that the NHS has laudable aims, it is surely obvious that so many years later…

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  • How To Be A Nurse Practitioner Essay

    That first moment when the doctor is walking in, but then we realize they are not a doctor. They introduce themselves as a Nurse Practitioner and this catches us off guard. Why am I not seeing an actual doctor? Is this nurse qualified enough to be trusted with my health? At first we are annoyed with this fact but we are there for reason so let us get on with it. We talk to them, express our concerns and they listen. We slowly start to realize they are truly listening to our concerns and working…

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  • Comprehensive Primary Care Plus Case Study

    Practices that do not meet the requirements would have to repay all or a portion of the prepaid amount, keeping practices “at risk” for the amounts prepaid. The quality component will be based on performance on electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM) and Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) metrics. ACCESS TO CARE: When patients have access to primary care services, visits to emergency rooms and urgent care facilities can be avoided. Ensuring continuity of care…

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  • Medical Career Path

    want money worries to be the highlight of my every day. For that reason, I chose to attend college so that I could get a good job. My family has also had a lot of health issues among the eight of us; this also helped me to decide what career path I wanted to follow. I want to make an above average income of $60,000 per year or more. I also wanted to be sure that I could have vacation time and I liked the idea of potentially working nights. I decided to pursue a medical path, more specifically a…

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  • Analysis Of Catching Babies By Charlotte Borst

    period. However, a midwife is different from a physician. Midwives are trained regarding pregnancies and childbirths but do not go to medical; they do not carry the title of a doctor. The most traditional birth attendants in the late nineteenth-century were the neighbor-woman midwives; they act “as midwives to their own family or nearby friends in the absence of a trained attendant, and their knowledge was entirely self-regulated” (Borst, pg. 17). Since neighbor-woman midwives were limited in…

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  • Family Practitioner Research Paper

    A family practitioner is known as the first pathway for everyday people to call when any member of the family is sick; a physician who specializes in caring for the entire family, no matter the age or gender. They diagnose and treat a variety of medical issues, but if the problem extends their knowledge the physician will refer the patient to an outside specialist. They monitor the development and overall health of their patients regardless of their current medical state, these visits are…

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  • Confidentiality In Health And Social Care Essay

    A care value base is “A set of values which care practitioners (GPs, nurses, doctors) must follow to provide a good service of health care. It’s therefor in place to try to avoid discrimination, mistreatment and misunderstandings (Classroom notes 2013). There are five care values which I will explain below. Confidentiality Confidentiality is maintaining information regarding patient’s health and wellbeing. Medical practitioners should be aware that when they share information about the patient…

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  • Midwife Responsibilities

    is distinguished by “each woman’s social, emotional, physical, spiritual and cultural needs, expectations and context as defined by the woman herself” (Australian College of Midwives [ACM], 2016a). ACM (2015, p.1) position the midwife as the primary profession for quality maternity care founded during training, through the direction of the Code of professional conduct for midwives in Australia (NMBA, 2008). and reinforced by the Code of ethics for midwives in Australia. (NMBA, 2008). It is the…

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