Pros: advancement of skills and knowledge of lines of professions
Cons: adaptation in various environments; however, building skills as a result
I enforce HIPPA and OSHA regulations by contributing to the confidentiality of patients' personal and medical information, demonstrate healthcare strategies, and decision making. Also, I have learned to increase positive re-enforcement to patients and staff members, provide guidance and support to co-workers, provide daily care for residents, and assist charge nurses. In addition, I have developed a skill set that can be utilized in most industries. For example, I have technical skills such as Microsoft Office: Word, Works, Outlook, Excel, WindowsXP, Windows 7, and Windows 8. Another, completing documentation such as in-services, charting (e.g. computer software/application), and other miscellaneous administrative tasks. Furthermore, I have met and worked along side medical professionals who are experienced and able to teach others how to advance their skill set with in their line of profession. Finally, the most challenging part of most professions is learning the environment. Although, healthcare settings are most challenging it is rewarding. For example, skilled nursing homes and hospitals are fast paced environments; however, my skill set has advanced through adaptation to such exposure and rapid response to medical emergencies. Final thought, the most enjoyable part of my profession is based on meeting the needs of individuals as well as learning how to develop routines through compliance of protocol procedures. For one, it is most interesting to understand and demonstrate how education, professional training, experience, and rules are uniquely combined in order to satisfy the needs of people as well as requirements of companies.