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  • Physician Assistant Personal Statement

    medicine and sparked my interest in becoming a Physician Assistant (PA) with a desire to help underserved communities, specifically the Latino community. From being a child to current day, I served as a translator for my mother whenever we had doctor visits. My mother would strive to search for providers who spoke Spanish; she felt more at ease when discussing her medical issues with a provider who spoke the same language as her. Throughout my medical experience, I have seen this issue arise repeatedly…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience As A Physician Assistant

    Physician Assistants play an important role in treating disease. On November 22, 2016 at Schneck Medical Center, I interviewed Bridget McGrath. Bridget works as a Physician Assistant at the hospital in the hospice area. Bridget obtained her Masters of Physician Assistant in May 2012 from Butler University. Bridget informed me about the roles, advantages, disadvantages, and problems with being a physician assistant. Bridget first talked about her role in the prevention and treatment of diseases.…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career As A Medical Assistant

    while until I knew what I needed to do. In the process of the two-year break, I became a Certified Medical Assistant. It is with the experience I have gained during the work as a Medical Assistant that I know I have a passion for helping others and caring for them and I know that nursing is what I want to do for…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience As A Medical Assistant

    Observing the PAs providing optimal care their patients with integrity and compassion, taking the extra time to both anticipate and thoroughly answer any questions and listening to the patients speak very highly of the approachability of the PA struck a chord in my heart making me very fond of the profession. I also admired the amount of medical decision making that a PA has which is in line with my original dedication to provide a more comprehensive care, a far cry from my childhood pastime of…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As An Administrative Assistant

    a lot of different retail positions as well as food service positions. Not until recently have I been able to find jobs doing work where I feel like I am actually making a difference. A few years back I went back to school in order to get my CNA (Certified Nurse 's Assistant) Certificate. Unfortunately, that did not last very long for me. I had also tried going back to school as a psychology major, but due to some personal stuff, which I will get into in a moment, I am now unable to work in that…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Career As A Certified Nurse Assistant

    My mind and body were instantly numb; the operating room was ice cold and so were my thoughts. I did not fully understand why it had taken the doctors eighteen years to discover that I had been born with a heart defect. AJust as the fearf fills my mind, a warm and gentle hand grasp mine providing comfort. ul thoughts began to flood mind, a warm hand grasped mine. This is my first experience with a It was Megan, my Physician’s Assistant (PA). Her comforting words reassured me that I was in great…

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  • The Chef Executive Model

    Consequently, hierarchal management model is the structure administered for the organization. There are eight sales consultants, three technicians, one assistant manager and the store manager. Within those eight representatives there are two leaders who handle minor escalations. Moreover, subordinates are encouraged to report to superior any inconvenience they are experimenting with management, coworkers, or clients. The manager wants to ensure all employees are happy and proud to go to work in…

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  • How To Manage A Smart Phone Essay

    Those skills are absolutely necessary. Once learned, you can seek schooling or training to learn more about how they work and how they are built. Next job opportunities will open up. Lastly, will be some interesting facts on the future of smart phones. First, let’s find how a smart phone relates to English. Let’s be honest, everything relates to English in way or another. While using a smart phone, whether you want to make a social call, send a text, or surf the Internet like so many people do…

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  • Challenges In Forensic Investigations

    INTRODUCTION Today with fast growing digital age of modern technology, digital forensic experts are facing a number of data sources that they need and rely on to acquire valuable information for their investigations. Data sources can come from different forms and areas such as: personal computer, hard drives, network logs, social networking sites, mobile devices. These sources can contain a vast amount of data. Hence, they lead up to many challenges in acquiring the data. For example, just in…

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  • The Challenges Of Digital Evidence

    Malicious insiders are posturing exceptional security difficulties to organizations because of their insight, abilities, and authorized access to data frameworks. The scopes of potential digital evidence supports have grown exponentially, be it hard drives in personal computers and laptops or solid state memories in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, even while idleness times linger behind. This paper discusses four best sources of data that forensics experts hunger to get their…

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