Mental and Physical Preparedness for Life-Saving Techniques: A Medical Student’s Perspective September 1, 2023 — Mental and physical preparedness are the cornerstones of effective emergency medical care.
Ryan Page August 30, 2023 — Ryan Page is a new EMT who transitioned from the restaurant industry and emphasizes the importance of education, experience, and stress management techniques in delivering effective emergency medical care.
Empowering Early Childhood Education: Nurturing the Foundations of Future Generations Introduction August 30, 2023 — Early Childhood Education serves as a pivotal foundation for human development, focusing not just on academic instruction but on holistic growth, emotional intelligence, social skills, and lifelong learning.
Grace Mitchell August 21, 2023 — Preparing for life-saving techniques involves building medical knowledge, fostering resilience, maintaining physical health, and emphasizing teamwork and compassion in the dynamic field of healthcare.
Mary Oladipo August 17, 2023 — Preparing for life-saving techniques involves building medical knowledge, fostering resilience, maintaining physical health, and emphasizing teamwork and compassion in the dynamic field of healthcare.
Maria Stilgenbauer August 11, 2023 — Preparing for life-saving techniques involves building medical knowledge, fostering resilience, maintaining physical health, and emphasizing teamwork and compassion in the dynamic field of healthcare.
Kenny David August 11, 2023 — Passionate nurse with a commitment to preventive care, aiming to specialize in cardiology and make a lasting impact on underserved communities.
Lesli Fleming August 9, 2023 — Navigating the intense world of healthcare, a nurse reflects on the importance of mental preparedness, self-care, and finding wins amidst challenges.
Preparing Mentally and Physically for Emergency Medical Care: Insights from a Medical Student July 21, 2023 — Cultivating empathy allows healthcare providers to connect with patients on a deeper level and make a positive impact on their lives.
Jessica Meza July 17, 2023 — Healthcare experiences shaped my preparedness as a future provider, emphasizing quick responses to emergencies in a stressful yet rewarding career.
Michelle Willson July 11, 2023 — I continuously educate myself, practice my skills, and learn from my peers to be the best nurse I can be.
Shelby Martin - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay June 25, 2023 — Mental and physical readiness are crucial in emergency medical care, achieved through self-care, education, mentorship, and a healthy lifestyle.
The dual preparation: Mental and physical readiness in emergency medical care June 24, 2023 — Mental and physical readiness are crucial in emergency medical care, achieved through self-care, education, mentorship, and a healthy lifestyle.
Brooke Beck - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay June 5, 2023 — I am resilient and now know the path I must take to follow my dreams of always helping others, having a good work-life balance, and never stopping learning.
Sydney Kasner - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay June 1, 2023 — In addition to practice and repetition of skills, there are proactive actions students should take for their mental health to prepare for saving lives.
Sarah Brashear - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 26, 2023 — Emergency Medical care a medical student’s perspective
Megan Braidy - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 25, 2023 — Health care is not an easy field and comes with many times of joy and hardship but is so rewarding and worth every second if it means helping and impacting someone’s life positively.
Melissa Buron - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 24, 2023 — My mission for joining the healthcare industry started when I was young and continues to stick with me.
Megan Rotatori - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 18, 2023 — I don’t know that anything can 100% mentally prepare you for a traumatic resuscitation, but self-care is essential to avoiding vicarious trauma.
Ivan Joseph Capristo - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 9, 2023 — Emergency medical care can be stressful and emotionally challenging, but with the right preparation, healthcare providers can deliver life-saving techniques confidently and effectively.
Vanessa Kammalavong - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay May 5, 2023 — Emergency medical care requires quick thinking, good judgment, and the ability to work well under pressure.
Norma Castro - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay April 28, 2023 — My goal is to work in Wenatchee at Confluence Health and serve my community by helping individuals improve their quality of life through education and support in managing diabetes.
Kunal P Shah - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay April 19, 2023 —
Kishan Patel - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay April 17, 2023 — I have recognized the importance of building a solid foundation of knowledge in emergency medical care. This includes understanding the basic principles of advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), essential life support (BLS), and other emergency protocols.
Ankur Rohit - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay April 12, 2023 — Emergency medical care: perspective of a nursing student and paramedic dispatcher
Sara Houstina - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay March 17, 2023 — To say that you can ever be fully prepared to perform life saving techniques on another human is almost impossible.
Kori Rosa - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay March 17, 2023 — A strong well supported team will increase the positive work environment which is directly proportional to how each individual responds to life saving situations.
Evett L. Hearn - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay January 31, 2023 — Every human being deserves to fully live life, each one of us has been endowed with so much creativity and dignity that makes life as the most valuable here on earth.
EMT to Med School: Resilience Amid Crisis November 2, 2022 — Medicine was no longer a job, but rather a cherished vocation.
Marily Flores - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay November 2, 2022 — The goal of any healthcare provider is to try their best to guide and help their patients to the best quality of life outcome.
Insights from Leissan Sadykova November 2, 2022 — It can be difficult to find the time to take care of yourself physically and mentally.
Kiristie Hogue - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay November 2, 2022 — As a teacher, you go through many stressful events that can be of a benefit in applying lifesaving skills.
Hassler Stefan Macías Sánchez - Pacific Medical Training November 2, 2022 — Health equity is when every person can have the full potential of his health and well-being, no matter his previous conditions or socio-cultural determinants.
Emily Ann Jordan - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay November 2, 2022 — Trauma can have lasting and difficult effects on us when we work in medicine.
Catherine Harper - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 2, 2022 — When I think of emergency medical care, I think of those situations where seconds count and every decision made means life or death.
Miranda Zavala Hernández - Scholarship essay | PMT November 1, 2022 — Accidents, emergencies, and unexpected situations happen in our daily lives, so the need for medical support when we find ourselves in those situations is imperative.
Tiffany Walker - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — leave work at work and leave home at home.
Thalia Jaqueline Torres Lozano - Scholarship essay November 1, 2022 — As a nursing student I was able to discover the importance about the self-care and feelings of the patients I have around me.
Tade Robert Geving - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — There is a need for medical providers everywhere.
Shania Kealoha Bualuay Remal - Scholarship essay November 1, 2022 — An average day for a physician consists of hospital rounds, meetings, and interaction and examination of new patients.
Regine Christie - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — My ultimate goal as a nurse is to help others during some of their most vulnerable moments and provide hope to them in situations that may otherwise seem hopeless.
Jordan Samuel Carp - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Access to emergency medicine is a paramount necessity to all walks of life.
Itzel Olivares Varela - Scholarship essay | PMT November 1, 2022 — One obstacle that I have detected over the years is that medical care is reduced to the resolution of an immediate problem.
Megan Ott - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Basic Life Support (BLS) is a crucial and foundational part of saving lives.
María Fernanda Arévalo Rodríguez - Scholarship essay November 1, 2022 — Emergency Medicine from a Medical Student’s Perspective.
Kyndal Wishard - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — It’s hard being a certified nurse’s aid, CNA, you’ll have good days, and you’ll have bad days.
Kiana Kehler - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — working in health care is a very stressful profession.
Kassandra Ortiz - Scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — I know that as a psychiatrist I will deal with many individuals with many different mental disorders.
Jennifer Uchendu - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Working at New Horizons Medical initially sparked my interest in the healthcare field.
Haven Shoemaker - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Working in the medical field comes with great responsibility.
Haileigh MacLeod - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — As the BScN program becomes more demanding, the only way to keep up is to take time for yourself and create routines.
Gustavo Alexei Rayas Martinez - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — One of the most important lessons we learn in our training is knowing that teamwork is fundamental.
Kathleen Guhl - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Lives are saved when healthcare workers are willing to ask for help and work as a team.
Gabriela Garcia Rubio - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — We are all connected, no matter how much you want to neglect it, we are.
Ana Esmeralda Sánchez García - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — The first thing one must have to be prepared is knowledge.
Kelly Danielle Boykin - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — As a Critical Care RN, you will be the second line of defense for patients after they have received initial stabilization
Blanca Aguilar - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — At times, the decisions entail life-and-death outcomes
Insights from Audrey Ho Van November 1, 2022 — The “Wellness Wheel” is a valuable tool to encourage self-awareness and is a great reminder of every facet of life professionals or students must also fulfill outside of work and school.
Allison Stephanie Sanchez Tapia - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — El estudiante de medicina (medico en formación) debe de tener en cuenta que esta carrera es más que una profesión
Guadalupe Alitzel Kecha Ramirez - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Emergency medical attention.
Alexia Montserrat Romo Cuevas - Pacific Medical Training November 1, 2022 — Emergency medical care from the perspective of a medical student
Protagonista Maganga - Pacific Medical Training October 31, 2022 — It is essential to understand that lives are being placed in your trusted and capable hands if you are a medical caregiver.
Miguel Olivo Flores - Advocating Health Equity October 31, 2022 — Working as a caregiver is an extremely noble profession and not just because of the need that our society has for our services.
Francesca Carravetta - Bridging Cultures in Medicine October 31, 2022 — Working in emergency medicine is not solely physically demanding, the most demanding part of the job is mental.
Conner Dominick - Collaboration in Medicine October 31, 2022 — Compassion, empathy, commitment, and discipline are traits that have been instilled in me from a young age.
Insights from Brittney Conarroe October 31, 2022 — In society on average, a person might need to seek emergency medical care once to a few times in their lifetime.
Brandon Rees - Empathy in Medical Journey October 31, 2022 — Emergency medicine is not for everyone.
Annie Mae Eilidh Wright - Holistic Medicine October 31, 2022 — We can save more lives if we provide life support training to a wider range of people.
Sadan Ali Alsadah - Healing & Service | Pacific Medical Training October 29, 2022 — Imagine you were hurt and there was no one to help you.
Ng Zhen Ming Jeremy - Excellence in Medicine October 28, 2022 — Emergency medical care can be both daunting and exhilarating.
Brielle Grace Edwards - Diversity in Healthcare October 27, 2022 — Emergency medicine is entirely unique from all the other specialties.
Amanda McLeod - Empowering Patient Care October 25, 2022 — Preparation for Emergency Care.
Molly Halman - Compassion in Medicine | Pacific Medical Training October 24, 2022 — Like many new high school graduates, I was unsure of what I wanted to do for a career.
Sebastian Raul - Medicine & Technology | Pacific Medical Training October 23, 2022 — It is really important that all of us in the health area are aware of the fundamental role we play in the quality of life of our patients.
Roterra Smith - Path to Healthcare | Pacific Medical Training October 21, 2022 — I became a nurse because, at a very young age.
‘Genevieve Eclevia - Medicine’’s Journey | Pacific Medical Training’ October 21, 2022 — Pharmacists are utilized in emergency care for a variety of reasons.
Brandi Potter - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 20, 2022 — Taking care of ourselves allows us to continue to take care of our patients, our families, and our coworkers.
Breanna Cotton - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 19, 2022 — I absolutely agree that being a healthcare provider can be stressful and rewarding.
Benjamin Battenfield - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 19, 2022 — Early compressions, and early defibrillation saves lives.
Lindon Johnson - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 18, 2022 — Emergency Medicine Preparation
Sarah Wagner - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 16, 2022 — Ways for medical professionals to care for their mental and physical health include a myriad of practical steps.
Victoria Ximena Gómez Cruz - Medical essay October 16, 2022 — EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE, A DENTAL INSIGHT
Taylor Harris - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 14, 2022 — Performing emergency medical treatment on a patient is something you never fully get used to.
Sandy Garcia - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 13, 2022 — becoming a Physician Assistant has been my long-time desire.
Dhanalakshmi Vasilanka - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 10, 2022 — The Emergency medical Services in our Current Health Care Scenario is necessary, they are playing a vital role.
Jorge Luis Peña Arellano - Medical essay October 9, 2022 — personal life of the doctor, nurse, physiotherapist, nutritionists, etc. is very important.
Amanda D. Bennett October 8, 2022 — As a current nursing student and future nurse in healthcare, we have so much emphasis on emergency medical care.
Jessica Italiano - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 7, 2022 — Will you ever be prepared for the emotional, mental or physical experiences of working in emergency medicine?
Trang Quynh Vu - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 5, 2022 — Having Balance
Dayna Krywolt - Medical essay | Pacific Medical Training October 4, 2022 — The Healing Power of Reflection in Advanced Life Support
Mussi Tapang - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay October 1, 2022 — EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
Logan Gregory James Polkinghorne - Pacific Medical Training October 1, 2022 — Providing safe and effective care to patients is paramount in the healthcare setting.
Jennifer Hipp - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay October 1, 2022 — I am a single mother to two amazing young women.
Ariana Dutton - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 29, 2022 — Lifesaving measures do not just impact the medical professional with physical fatigue.
Jin Jackson - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 27, 2022 — Nurses account for the largest share of healthcare providers in the United States.
Alex Daniel Micholuk - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 26, 2022 — Basic Life Support Preparation
Charlotte Boyakins - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 22, 2022 — mportance of accommodating people
Lorena Valencia - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 21, 2022 — The day I dreaded as a medical professional.
Yolanda Hastings - Pacific Medical Training scholarship essay September 19, 2022 — Nothing gratifies me and makes me feel a sense of worth than providing service to others.
‘Jamar Ka’‘Shawn Kenner - Med Scholarship | PMT’ September 19, 2022 — The Basic life support class helps us healthcare providers gain the confidence.
Anastasia Vandelune - Med Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training September 15, 2022 — As a young adult, I always found the medical field fascinating.
Solmaz Asgharzadeh Haghighi - Med Scholarship September 14, 2022 — The character of the nurse is as important as the knowledge she possesses.
Loudmiyah Augustin - Med Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training September 13, 2022 — My dream is to become a nurse practitioner
Leanne Tams - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training September 10, 2022 — One of the most recognized actions of medical interventions is cardiopulmonary resuscitation, more commonly known as CPR.
Jaspreet Kaur - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training September 10, 2022 — It is important to understand that everyone’s adaption to self-care is different.
Patricia Martinez - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training September 7, 2022 — The act of saving the life of another person has never been a part of someone’s day-to-day activity.
Heidi Yonkovic - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training September 7, 2022 — The Basic life support class helps us healthcare providers gain the confidence.
Maia Elgoghail - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training September 4, 2022 — Growing up, a lot of factors can influence who we grow up to be and what we do.
Samantha Farnsworth - Med Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training September 2, 2022 — Growing up, a lot of factors can influence who we grow up to be and what we do.
Paige Plaskonos - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training September 2, 2022 — In order to perform at your best, it is imperative to take care of yourself as you expect your patient to take care of his or herself.
Insights from Molly Salter September 1, 2022 — Life-saving care in resus is nerve-wracking and a cool head is essential.
Milagros Apreda - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training September 1, 2022 — Emphasis on teamwork is the key contributor to success.
Anderson Richter - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training August 27, 2022 — I consider self-care to be part of preventative medicine.
Ava May Giatras - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Medical Training August 27, 2022 — If I do not do something, who will?
Larissa A. Goudzwaard - Medical Scholarship August 25, 2022 — burnout and compassion fatigue.
Ebram Adel Awad Estafanous - Medical Scholarship August 25, 2022 — Providing careful, effective and immediate care is very crucial for any patient’s health.
Cassidy Glasser - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 25, 2022 — Mental preparedness is possibly the most important factor in the delivery of accurate, high quality emergency medical care.
Insights from Bethel Tan August 23, 2022 — Being a nurse is difficult.
Angela Gao - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 21, 2022 — A physician, of course, has duties that extend far beyond the scope of an EMT.
Merna Aziz - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 19, 2022 — There are defining moments in every person’s life.
Brittany Hatchett - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 18, 2022 — One of values that shapes my thinking/behavior is being a servant of the Lord.
Heather Perdue - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 17, 2022 — I have been working in health care and Cardiology since 2011.
Cierra Cheyenne Phillips - Med Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 17, 2022 — Real education should educate us out of self into something far finer; into a selflessness which links us with all humanity.
Carolina Garcia Armendariz - Med Scholarship August 12, 2022 — This to me is what being a medical provider is all about. The excitement of never knowing what you are going to see and do.
Melanie Johnsoncook - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 11, 2022 — I believe I will contribute to the values of giving and more…
Annie Rose Daudet - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 11, 2022 — When one is left responsible for another’s life, there is a heavy weight that one carries.
Dominique Bouye - Medical Scholarship | Pacific Med Training August 10, 2022 — When I am not on the ambulance I am teaching community CPR to the residents of Cleveland.
Rhiannon Morlan - Passion for Service: My Med Essay August 9, 2022 — Understanding the processes involved in an emergent situation can mean the difference between life and death for your patient.
Colleen Russell - Art & Science of Medicine: My Journey August 9, 2022 — Putting myself in the shoes of a medical student, the excitement and fear is understandable.
Amber Bowlin - Journey to Heal: My Med School Essay August 9, 2022 — I have realized how BLS and ACLS are staples in healthcare.
Samantha Istre - Saving Lives: My Med Ed Scholarship August 5, 2022 — My name is Samantha Istre. I am 34 years old, born & raised in Texas.
Tyler Richins - A Lifelong Dream: Med School Essay August 2, 2022 — I realize that this desire could result in me being the only provider for the community.
Luisa Campusano - Empathy & Dedication: Med Scholarship August 1, 2022 — For me to be passionate about something I must be able to be consistent with it.
Kelly Hughes - Compassion & Commitment: My Scholarship August 1, 2022 — When I tell people I am a nurse, it is usually replied to with generalized comments such as Wow.
Julia Saleh - Overcoming Challenges: My Med Essay August 1, 2022 — What is the most detrimental factor to carrying out physician duties? Lack of education?
Luisa Campusano - Empathy & Dedication: My Med Scholarship July 31, 2022 — For me to be passionate about something I must be able to be consistent with it.
Jayasudha Paramasivam - Bridging the Gap in Medicine July 22, 2022 — Emergency medical situations can arise anytime and anywhere. It can be at your own home, outside, or at the hospital.
Rolanda Sturdivant - Passion for Medicine: My Scholarship July 21, 2022 — I am currently a senior at Governors State University. In the year of 2022, I have obtained my bachelors degree in Community Health.
Grace Anderson - Medical Scholarship Essay July 14, 2022 — I shadowed an F3 ED doctor who was notified that a blue light call was due in 5 minutes.
Colin Hunt - Medical Scholarship Essay | Pacific Medical Training July 14, 2022 — At some point, nearly everyone will need the assistance of a health care professional at some point in their lives.
Amy Mignot - Medical Scholarship Essay | Pacific Medical Training July 14, 2022 — Please explain how you will prepare mentally and physically before performing life-saving techniques on patients in your career.
Douglas Jenkin - Medical Scholarship Essay July 13, 2022 — My name is Douglas Jenkin, and I am an BSN nursing student at Presentation College set to graduate in May of 2024.
Jacqueline Hall - Pursuing Excellence: My Med Scholarship Journey July 11, 2022 — I’ve always been the person who helps, ever since I can remember I was the helper.
Jessie Whitmer - Pacific Medical Training Scholarship Essay July 11, 2022 — I’ve always been the person who helps, ever since I can remember I was the helper.
Rebecca Strafella - Medical Scholarship Essay July 11, 2022 — After my second undergraduate year at Western University, I volunteered on a medical service trip to Guatemala where I worked with a team of local physicians, nurses, translators, and students.
Trevor Avery - Medical Scholarship Essay July 8, 2022 — I want to work in healthcare because I find the field an excellent match for my strengths and personality.
Katie Johnson - Medical Scholarship Essay July 1, 2022 — My educational journey and the things I’ve learned in school over the past 12 years have shaped me in ways I would have never imagined.
Jadie Sundlie - Medical Scholarship Essay June 26, 2022 — For nurses, emergency management skills are now considered an entry-level competency, meaning that all nurses must be able to demonstrate that they have the knowledge and skills needed to respond in an emergency.
Brooklyn Kopcha - Medical Scholarship Essay June 12, 2022 — My name is Brooklyn Kopcha and this year I will be attending Northern Arizona University studying under the fall 2022 nursing program.
Tobby Uzodinma - Medical Scholarship Essay June 9, 2022 — My name is Tobby Uzodinma, I am currently enrolled in the Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner program at Walden University.
Kathryn Anderson - Medical Scholarship Essay June 2, 2022 — Following my graduation, it took me a few years to determine what career I would like to pursue.
Jordan Arnold - Medical Scholarship Essay May 26, 2022 — I am a firm believer in self-care. I participate a lot in self-care while working in my field.
Mariana Shlemoon - Medical Scholarship Essay May 17, 2022 — What are life-saving techniques and how will I prepare mentally and physically throughout my career?
Cheryl Louise Perez - Celebrating Dedication April 27, 2022 — Nursing assistants and RN’s provide direct care for their patients.
Jemal Bashic - Unveiling Stories of Med Scholarship April 11, 2022 — Being in the medical field is the most rewarding profession ever.
Keshia Momperousse - Perspectives on Healthcare March 24, 2022 — Emergency medical care is when you are faced with an emergency relating to an illness or an event that threatens the health and life of someone.
Scarlett Jude Bergam - Empowering Journeys in Med Essays March 21, 2022 — It was a bitterly cold Friday night in February when I arrived at Rhode Island hospital for the second time in my life.
Samantha Rogers - Med Essay | Pacific Medical Training March 9, 2022 — One topic I have changed my mind on in the past three years is what I want to do after college.
Jianna Shoopman - Inspiring Narratives from Aspiring Med Pros February 14, 2022 — As a current dental assistant who is striving towards a degree in dental hygiene to become a dental hygienist, I will prepare mentally.
Ansley Nolen - Impactful Stories of Med Scholars February 11, 2022 — A healthcare setting is unlike any other, and one can ever know what to fully expect until they are place in the middle of it all.
Kearstin Ruddick - Empathy & Perseverance in Essays February 4, 2022 — Leading up to my acceptance into the nursing program in 2020, I worked full time as a nationally registered paramedic on an ambulance, prior to that I had worked as an emergency medical technician and a certified nursing assistant.
Lori Spiewak - Insightful Med Scholarship January 28, 2022 — Since the pandemic began, I have continued to maintain my full-time status in both school and employment.
Madison Magill - Personal Growth in Med Essays January 25, 2022 — My name is Madison Magill, and I’m pursuing a career in. I’m currently enrolled in Trocaire College’s Registered Nursing Program.
Claudia Barreda-Kahn - Bridging Medicine and Literature January 25, 2022 — Claudia Barreda-Kahn’s essay
‘Jessica Hetu - A Med Student’’s Journey | Pacific Medical Training’ January 11, 2022 — I am writing this to express why I am a good candidate for this scholarship.
Phuong Phan - Empowering Med Scholarship January 11, 2022 — I was born and raised in Vietnam. I can do well in the sciences because my parents are both teachers.
Ungelica Moses - Nurturing Compassion in Essays January 1, 2022 — As a young child, I always had the desire to be of service to others because it was instilled in me.
Marisol Garcia - Lives of Med Scholars | Pacific Medical Training December 27, 2021 — Importance of BLS as a future Medical Practitioner
Malak Alazaizi - Reflections on Med Education December 6, 2021 — I am now a proud member of the National Honor Society, Health Careers, and Upward Bound at MVCC.
Kimberlee Waller - Journey of a Med Student November 30, 2021 — I live with my boyfriend and our two non-biological kids.
Selina Kauzlarich - Inspiring Med Essays November 8, 2021 — Growing up, I have always had an “easy” life, but what does that really mean?
‘Laila Dumbuya’’s scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ November 5, 2021 — I was diagnosed with type one diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes, when I was eight years old.
‘Natalie Martelli’’s scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ November 1, 2021 — I started my nursing career in the Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
‘Brianna Shae’’s scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ October 16, 2021 — Having been accepted into the Licensed Practical Nurse Program at Norquest College, I am writing this educational plan letter for you to illustrate my future goals.
Insights from Emma Barrentine October 5, 2021 — Emma how many times do I have to remind you, sleep is a necessary part of your health as well!
‘Kranay Jones’’ scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ September 3, 2021 — Psychological Preparedness for a Stressful and Life-saving Career in Healthcare
‘Aleiyah Jymie Dapog’’s scholarship essay’ August 18, 2021 — I remember the moment that my view of medicine changed.
‘Shawnte Weeks’’ scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ August 4, 2021 — Growing up in a family full of chaos and ER stories made my future of career deciding less difficult.
‘Deja Robertson’’s scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ August 4, 2021 — Growing up in a family full of chaos and ER stories made my future of career deciding less difficult.
‘Riley Caldwell’’s scholarship essay | Pacific Medical Training’ June 26, 2021 — I have done one of these essays before when I was becoming a CNA in healthcare, now I am becoming a CNA two while working a full-time job at the hospital.
Penelope November 1, 2020 — As a person in the prehospital medical field as a frontline Emergency Medical Technician, I have seen a lot of incidents that include traumas and/or medical emergencies on every call.
Kelsey November 1, 2020 — When a person decides on going into a career in healthcare especially on the clinical side there are certain characteristics a person should possess.
Jiwan November 1, 2020 — As I am currently preparing for the College of Pharmacy, I am interested in the ACLS Scholarship.
Brooke November 1, 2020 — From working in prehospital care, clinical and emergency departments as an EMT, it is clearly evident that the value of quality basic life support skills and knowledge is immeasurable.
Tayler October 31, 2020 — Emergency medical care can be very stressful because you are never expecting it to happen.
Ryan October 31, 2020 — There are certain basic skills everyone should know and even master such as changing a tire, making mac and cheese and have a basic knowledge to save a life.
Ewa October 31, 2020 — The ACLS Scholarship for Healthcare Providers first caught my eye because of the applicability of emergency medical care like basic life support (BLS) to various areas of my life.
Emily October 31, 2020 — The ACLS Scholarship for Healthcare Providers interests me because I have seen the benefits of the training first hand through my fire department and previous private ambulance service experience.
Cara October 31, 2020 — When you think of physical therapy, you may think of someone going to an outpatient clinic after an injury or surgery to do exercises.
Arisha October 31, 2020 — The first time I saw someone perform a cardiopulmonary resuscitation was when I was 12 years old.
Andrea October 31, 2020 — I entered an Associate Degree in Nursing program at the age of forty.
fernando October 31, 2020 — The medical field is important to me because I have always seen hospitals and clinics as an environment in the judgement of saving a person’s life or solving minor health issues.
Leah October 30, 2020 — I was first introduced and trained in CPR when I took the Safe Sitter at the age of 12.
Rojas October 29, 2020 — Since I was a child I felt a great inclination for health sciences, because my father was diagnosed with hypertension.
John October 29, 2020 — When you talk about emergency medical care, your mind wanders, instantly, to a scene with high adrenaline and chaos.
Aliyu October 29, 2020 — Back when I was in primary school, we used to have a Future Careers Day, a day when all students will dress up according to their ambitious careers.
Damon October 28, 2020 — I am currently a student at Drake University, studying Pre-Physical Therapy.
Carissa October 28, 2020 — I have been a registered nurse in the emergency room for 3 years now. While working I have been a part of both adult and pediatric codes.
Kara October 27, 2020 — ACLS, PALS, TNCC, BLS are all valuable tools that are used regularly in my regional hospital in Washington state.
Hayley October 27, 2020 — Athletic Training is healthcare. Not many people look at athletic training as a form of healthcare, however it is.
Duane October 27, 2020 — When I was a child, I never once imagined that I would save a life, and yet that’s exactly what I’ve done time and time again.
Devon October 27, 2020 — My submission will involve the experiences of three people: my mother in law, my father, and myself.
Emma October 26, 2020 — ‘Emma how many times do I have to remind you, sleep is a necessary part of your health as well!’ my professor said to me as I began to zone out during my anatomy lab.
Elizabeth October 24, 2020 — I am participating in the ACLS Scholarship for Healthcare Providers to help cover tuition costs towards a BSN degree.
Emmalyn October 23, 2020 — Students who aspire to delve into the healthcare field often dream of helping others and saving lives
Jamela October 21, 2020 — Two of the most impactful clinical experiences in my life were really dark; first losing a 22 month old patient to a rare case of cancer and second a Code that resulted in the death of a 10 year old Hematology patient.
Amanda October 19, 2020 — Besides having a current CPR certification since I was 11 (first for babysitting then dental assisting and for the last 12 years as a dental hygienist) my Medical Emergency class was when full awareness and preparation got started.
Justyna October 18, 2020 — My journey with health and emergency medical care surfaced in my teenage years, where I received my first CPR certification as a pool lifeguard.
Cassandra October 15, 2020 — When I first entered nursing school, the only thing I knew about CPR was that it was a requirement to my admission.
Mara October 13, 2020 — During a life-threatening event, employing effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) measures can save precious time and improve the chance of a patient’s survival.
Mahlet October 10, 2020 — I am interested in ACLS scholarship for HealthCare Providers because I have twelve years work experience in Health Care as a Certified Nursing Assistant and Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Iveth October 9, 2020 — Ever since I was a little girl, I have been inspired to be in the healthcare world. Especially seeing my family members who are in the field from dental hygienist to OR Register nurse.
Jonathan October 6, 2020 — When someone’s heart stops, what do you do? Most people answer CPR. When can you start CPR though? That answer is a bit more nuanced.
Koustubh October 4, 2020 — The first step in handling any given medical emergency, especially as a healthcare professional, is establishing a knowledge base.
Sean October 3, 2020 — Perhaps this essay will serve me with a sense of catharsis, however, there is also a chance that my written words will bring upon a volley of tears and memories that I had purposefully repressed.
Emily October 2, 2020 — I am interested in the ACLS Scholarship for Healthcare providers as a Registered Nurse in an Emergency Department.
Arianna October 1, 2020 —
Tamara September 10, 2020 — April 1st 2013, for an 18-year-old kid was just like any other Monday. Monday’s have always consisted of seeing the same faces on my morning commute to school.
Brandon September 9, 2020 — If you are reading this, you want to help people. That basic human desire placed in countless people around the world drives us to educate and train ourselves in various capacities.
Madison September 3, 2020 —
Kimberly August 29, 2020 — As a young child I had one of the most important tasks imaginable: saving a life.
Kathryn August 29, 2020 — As a nurse, I have seen first-hand the benefits of competent advanced life support and early intervention with life-saving measures.
Corinne August 26, 2020 — Our thoughts greatly affect many aspects of our lives. How we view the world, our emotions, and our actions are all influenced by the voice in our head created by millions of firing neurons.
Zachary August 16, 2020 — You guys are awesome. Any opportunity to help random kids off the street fight of trying to learn in the depreciating value of the education system.
Amber August 4, 2020 — It is understood among caregivers in medical field that providing attentive, compassionate and effective treatment is crucial for the health of our patients.
Edward August 4, 2020 — The ACLS Scholarship for Health Care Providers specifically interests me because I have been involved in some type of healthcare since I was teenager.
Connor August 2, 2020 — Have you ever been in a situation, lets say an exam, where you sit, staring blankly at the question for over 2 minutes. You once knew the answer to this question.
Amber July 30, 2020 — Understanding the importance of an education was ingrained into me at the ripe age of 7 years old while helping my mother with a janitorial service by clean office buildings so we could afford our home and food.
Grace July 28, 2020 — Three years ago, I was diagnosed with Bipolar Depression ii. Most days, I don’t have the strength to get out of bed in the morning.
Sims July 21, 2020 — I chose to pursue medicine while working in two local Oregon emergency departments as a medical scribe.
Craig July 19, 2020 — Nursing. What this career means to me can not be overstated. I love that every day I get to help people and educate them on the pathophysiology.
Rim July 17, 2020 — My name is Rim Assil. I’m an aspiring student enthusiast about all what would give me a fresh opportunity to reach a better position and to thrive accordingly.
James July 15, 2020 — Let me preface this essay with a cliché but realistic revelation about using ACLS and BLS skills in an emergency.
Rosalie July 7, 2020 — Fall 1999 brought what I knew about myself and my life thus far to a screeching halt. A lunch break drive forever changed my direction, my goals and who I am.
Kristen July 6, 2020 — My life would be very different without the skills I’ve learned from BLS, ACLS, and PALS. My journey with BLS began at the age of sixteen.
Terryl June 28, 2020 — First thing how I see emergency medical care today with coronavirus is amazing and stressful all forms of live.
Sara June 24, 2020 —
Maraya June 24, 2020 — My name is Maraya Araceli Lujan. I’m a senior at Bastrop High School.
Wenjing June 3, 2020 — Like most of high school graduates, the struggle of coming up with a decision about one’s professional path is unavoidable.
Jeremy June 1, 2020 — As we enter young adulthood we are preached to by our community and role models to set reasonable attainable goals.
Tyler May 27, 2020 — Like the blink of an eye, it can happen in an instant. I woke up early on the morning of January 24, 2017 in my apartment in Westlake.
Michelene May 21, 2020 — This year of 2020 has been a complete rounded roller coaster for many of us around the world and mostly healthcare workers dealing with the pandemics of COVID-19.
Rachel May 20, 2020 — I was methodically cracking open pills from their cartridge and putting them in a small clear cup.
Mary May 20, 2020 — Emergency medical care as a medical student is different from a seasoned medical professional in many ways.
Kevin May 20, 2020 — I was first certified in basic life support as a teenage boy scout, but had no idea the value of the skillset I was learning.
Susan May 18, 2020 — Emergency medical care from the perspective of a medical student can be only explained as hours of boredom complementing by 30 seconds to 60 minutes of sheer terror.
Omar May 18, 2020 — It is nearly impossible to truly prepare for life-saving or emergency situations. Rather, the experience is incredibly important.
Tiffany May 9, 2020 — As I helped wheel a patient into the Emergency Department at Northwestern Memorial Hospital to check in, I heard a loud noise as if someone or something struck the window of the building.
Gabriela May 8, 2020 — My name is Gabriela Martin. I am a senior Sports Medicine major and Chemistry minor at Howard University from New York.
Theodore May 6, 2020 — Children gathered around me as my drone hovered above the mobile clinic. One pointed to a trash dump on the video display.
Raina May 6, 2020 — Emergency Medicine is not for everyone. As I prepare to start my nursing degree, I am thankful for the 15 years of experience that I have gained as an Emergency Medical Technician, and as a Paramedic.
Analesi May 6, 2020 —
Erika May 5, 2020 — In the case study I have chosen to work with, I decided to pull from a movie I examined and worked with in depth this past semester.
Megan May 4, 2020 — Emergency medicine is not for the faint of heart.
Manuela May 2, 2020 — The answer was in front of me the entire time - yet I was completely blind to it. What is it that drives me?
Aseanti April 28, 2020 — I grew up in a family that dictated what everyone should do with their life.
Shannon April 27, 2020 — When someone mentions the words “medical emergency,” most of us visualize the fast-paced actions of nurses and medical professionals.
Sarrah April 23, 2020 — Sirens blared through the hospital’s speakers: ‘En-route cardiac arrest patient. ETA: two minutes.’
Christina April 23, 2020 — Christina Harris was born April 26, 1980 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She is an inspiring mother, wife and medical professional.
Asna April 21, 2020 — It’s been almost two months since the first Covid-19 case in California. As time goes on, the cases are increasing, and more people are dying from respiratory failure.
2020 04 15.melissa April 15, 2020 — I became an ICU nurse in 2016 and worked in trauma for 3 years. I worked on a medical/surgical unit prior to that and we were only required to have BLS so my first times taking ACLS/PALS were very intimidating and overwhelming.
Timothy April 2, 2020 — My name is Tim Johnson, and I live in Yakima Washington. I just recently returned from serving a two-year full time mission for my church in Virginia and North Carolina.
Mary March 24, 2020 — Having the knowledge on how to perform CPR is crucial in saving someone’s life. I have worked in a hospital setting where I had to perform CPR on someone.
Kennedy March 20, 2020 — Without emergency medical care, I would not be here writing this essay. When I was seven years old, I was in a life-threatening accident.
Jennifer March 15, 2020 — Choosing Molloy College to pursue a degree in Cardiovascular Technology was never a question in my mind.
Megan March 3, 2020 — I think regular training is crucial in preparing healthcare students to perform life-saving techniques on patients.
Jennifer February 28, 2020 — I have been in the medical field since I was 18 y/o, & received my ACLS when I was 19y/o as a Paramedic.
Omotunde February 27, 2020 —
Mallory February 22, 2020 — As a certified Advance Life Support (ALS) instructor through the Red Cross, the ACLS Scholarship for Healthcare Providers interests me.
Sasha January 27, 2020 — My name is Sasha A. Pizarro, 32 years old, Filipina American. I am the third child out of four children created by two Filipino immigrants from the Philippines, whom are our parents.
kathryn January 26, 2020 — Imagine yourself, as a graduate student (in any field, but physical therapy in my case) out on your first clinical.
Amanda January 15, 2020 — Let me start with how much I detest writing essays about myself. Alas, I understand there has to be some sort of way for a scholarship committee to select a student to receive the allotted funds but it still makes me feel extremely narcissistic.
Morgan January 14, 2020 — It is inevitable that when working in the field of radiographic science you will encounter situations that require life saving techniques.
Melissa September 15, 2019 — Five years ago, I found myself experiencing chest pain and ended up as a patient in the emergency room.
Carter September 15, 2019 —
Liliya August 20, 2019 — A little about myself, I am in an accelerated bachelors of science in nursing (ABSN) program at Concordia University.
Swanzy August 20, 2017 — Eris Swanzy, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Robensky August 20, 2017 — Mondelus Robensky, University of Notre Dame D’Haiti
Pires August 20, 2017 — Marine Antunes Pires, Universidade Municipal de São Caetano do Sul (USCS)
Patel August 20, 2017 — Tulsi Patel, University of South Carolina
Niiquaye August 20, 2017 — Ernest Niiquaye, University of Texas at El Paso
Mcfarlane August 20, 2017 — Peggy McFarlane, Stockton University
Kotowski August 20, 2017 — Brett Kotowski, Indiana University School of Nursing
Jauch August 20, 2017 — Kelly Jauch, Marquette University
Ish August 20, 2017 — Vidushi Rathi Ish, Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute, Delhi University
Harral August 20, 2017 — Caleb V. Harral, Idaho State University
Gebremeskel August 20, 2017 — Zekarias Hailu Gebremeskel, Addis Ababa University
Baalbaki August 20, 2017 — Mai Baalbaki, Keele Medical School
Akhtar August 20, 2017 — Ifrah Akhtar, Rutgers University
Yam August 19, 2017 — Tiffany Yam, Mt. San Antonio College
Powell August 19, 2017 — Denise Elaine Powell, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Pedneault August 19, 2017 — Justin Pedneault, University of Connecticut
Nasir August 19, 2017 — Zeba Nasir, Army Medical College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Huang August 19, 2017 — Kelly Huang, Long Island University
Hilary August 19, 2017 — Hilary Anderson, Samuel Merritt University
Burgess August 19, 2017 — Matika Burgess, Bryant & Stratton Career College
Anderson August 19, 2017 — Laura Anderson, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Sohn August 18, 2017 — Rebecca Sohn, Marquette University
Ruschkowski August 18, 2017 — Brittany Ann Ruschkowski, University of Ottawa
Rozell August 18, 2017 — Anna Rozell, Idaho State University
Hart August 18, 2017 — Kaitlyn Nicole Hart, Idaho State University
Brewer August 18, 2017 — Matthew R Brewer, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Barraza August 18, 2017 — Ivan Barraza Duran, University Of Detroit Mercy
‘Natasha Smith’’s essay on medical training’ August 17, 2017 — Natasha Smith, College of St. Scholastica
Apodaca August 17, 2017 — Rylee Apodaca, University of Arizona
Young August 16, 2017 — Peter A. Young, Idaho State University
Martin August 16, 2017 — Kylee Martin, Lone Star College-North Harris
Williams August 15, 2017 — C. J. Williams, Oklahoma City University School of Law
Hochla August 15, 2017 — Christina Inez Rose Hochla, Marquette University
Hamma August 15, 2017 — Bala Francis Hamma, University of Maiduguri
Antoine August 15, 2017 — Aurore Antoine-Alexander, Community College of Baltimore County
Leal August 14, 2017 — Lateesha Leal, Idaho State University School of Nursing
Hisham August 13, 2017 — Nur Afiqah Akmal Hisham, School of Biomedical Sciences
Taylor August 8, 2017 — Additional comments on the medical scholarship essay by Lauren Holleyman from Oklahoma City University
Narkis August 8, 2017 — Amy Narkis, NHTI, Concord’s Community College
Holleyman August 8, 2017 — Lauren Holleyman, Oklahoma City University
Baron August 6, 2017 — John Baron, University of Arizona
Lane August 4, 2017 — Crystal Kanderis Lane, Idaho State University
Haigh August 3, 2017 — Lexi Haigh, Idaho State University
Magrill August 1, 2017 — Jamie Magrill, University of British Columbia
Emmanuel July 31, 2017 — Odogwu Emmanuel
Reed July 28, 2017 — Towson University, Nursing Program
Mcconnell July 28, 2017 — Gwyn McConnell, University of Cincinnati
Mehta July 26, 2017 — Nihit Mehta, University of New England
Rutter July 25, 2017 — Lauren Rutter, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Olson July 25, 2017 — Anndres Olson, Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Lohr July 25, 2017 — Courtney Lohr, St. Vincent College School of Anesthesia
Resch July 24, 2017 — Alexandra Resch, Castleton University
CPR certification essay | Pacific Medical Training July 22, 2017 — Sara Smith, Sul Ross State University
Ruchalski July 21, 2017 — Lorraine Ruchalski, Chamberlain College of Nursing
Arnold July 20, 2017 — Chase Arnold, Marshall University
Markee July 13, 2017 — Mary Markee, Western Kentucky University, Nursing
Geoffroy July 10, 2017 — Natalie Geoffroy describes her first time administering first aid in her medical scholarship essay.
Mehrl July 9, 2017 — Allison Marie Mehrl, Allen College Nursing Program
La July 8, 2017 — Jessica La, Hofstra University, PA-S
Vannoie July 7, 2017 — Nicole Van Noie, Bellin College of Nursing
Malcolm June 26, 2017 — Rebecca Malcolm, BS Life Science Queen’s University
Gonzalez June 18, 2017 — Stephanie Gonzalez, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Akinsiju June 15, 2017 — Omojadesola Mokunfayo Akinsiju, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Cedillo May 30, 2017 — Ashley Cedilla, Medical Assistant program at PIMA Medical Institute
Beyer May 26, 2017 — Katelin Beyer is attending Herzing University in Madison, WI in Fall 2017
Horsfall May 24, 2017 — Megan Horsfall from Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
Douglas May 22, 2017 — Carl R. Douglasis a Medical Imaging BS candidate at University of Pennsylvania
Holton May 10, 2017 — Corrie Holton is a Nursing candidate at Florida State College at Jacksonville, pending nursing acceptance, good luck!
‘Amber Dills’’ essay on medical training | Pacific Medical Training’ May 8, 2017 — Amber Dills is an Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner candidate for 2019 at Ohio State University.
Yukness December 20, 2015 — Kristen A. Yukness is a pre-med student and a former cancer survivor. Her former background in law enforcement has given her opportunities to provide emergency care.
Park December 20, 2015 — Joon Park is a current student and offers advice for avoiding burnout.
Njoku December 20, 2015 — Anne C. Njoku is only starting her nursing education, but shows keen interest in life saving techniques such as stroke recognition and treatment.
Mumba December 20, 2015 — Mumba is a student and has knowledge of CPR who shares her medical experience in Zambia.
Lipe December 20, 2015 — Louise Lipe is pursuing a Master of nursing. She implemented emergency care training for the first time while working as an emergency room technician.
Dean December 20, 2015 — Morgan Dean is a third-year nursing student and works 12 hours a week at a surgical trauma burn unit. Dean’s career started as a volunteer hospice worker in High school.
Cho December 20, 2015 — Christine Cho discusses physical preparation and the effects of aging during a career in medicine.
Bonaparte December 20, 2015 — Jared Bonaparte currently studies nursing. He has an inclination for research and a strong belief in using his education to save lives.
Popov December 17, 2015 — Ekaterina is a first generation college student and dreams of becoming a physical therapist.
Frost December 16, 2015 — Nancy Frost was heavily inspired to continue her education in nursing by an experience abroad. While on a medical mission in Africa, she witnessed the loss of a premature infant named Sitala.
Bright December 14, 2015 — Katherine E. Bright is pursuing a career as a physician’s assistant. Bright takes a pragmatic approach to the reality of emergency care situations.
Owens December 2, 2015 — Danni Owens hopes to become a registered nurse. Owens works as a CNA in a progressive care unit and in an emergency room.
Allen November 18, 2015 — AJ Allen has written one of the most technical essays on rendering emergency care.
White November 5, 2015 — Karen White is a registered nurse seeking to further her education and knowledge. She started her career as an EMT and offers advice that is both practically sound and written with a touch of humor.
Burch October 31, 2015 — Ashland Stein Burch is studying to become a registered nurse and currently works as an EMT basic. She believes some of the best days on the job are helping patients get through their worst days.
Abdallah October 15, 2015 — Abdulaziz Abdallah describes the qualities needed to deliver emergency care. Abdallah believes these are the qualities of a hero.
Ruela September 14, 2015 — Elianna Ruela is an EMT and seeking further education in medicine. Her experiences have given her realistic expectations and advice to anyone looking to enter the medical professions.
Rodriguez August 29, 2015 — Alexander Rodriguez has just completed his BSN at Lubbock Christian University and is seeking an MSN at his alma mater. He has worked as a nurses aid and since 2000 has been gaining first hand experience of how to react to various codes.
Sharp August 21, 2015 — Alexia Sharp realizes diagnostic sonography isn’t just about deliver great news about healthy babies, there are complications she knows she’ll have to face head on.
BLS certification essay | Pacific Medical Training July 17, 2015 — Leigh Ann Smith discusses preparation, PTSD, and physical readiness in her scholarship essay.
Colella June 29, 2015 — Julianne Colella is a nurse seeking to further her education. Her desire for knowledge and improvement are evident in the stories she shares the lessons she carries with her from each experience to help save the next life.
Montgomery June 11, 2015 — Kyle Montgomery is going to school to become a physician’s assistant. Montgomery’s experience as an EMT and a Paramedic have kindled a desire to become more involved in patient outcomes.
Mockmore June 10, 2015 — Lindsay Mockmore-Bennet discusses how strength, dedication, and passion see her through late night calls and the losses that occur in emergency care
Peckham May 29, 2015 — Brittany Peckham is a senior earning her BSN at Sacred Heart University. Her knowledge has helped her detect cancer symptoms in a loved one and care for her mother.
Hueman May 29, 2015 — Katherine Hueman studies nursing at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Hueman’s preparation for emergency situations comes not only from training, but also from personal experiences that have made her believe in miracles.
Hung May 25, 2015 — Alexandra Hung is an Allied Health major and an EMT. Hung has vigorously sought knowledge and training and through the death of one patient learned things that no book our class could ever teach.
Vo May 22, 2015 — Jennifer Loan Vo offers her humble opinion as a student on the physical and mental preparation doctors need for their work.
Lawson May 20, 2015 — Chasity Lawson is considering a career in neonatal nursing to satisfy an interest in care of infants. Neonatal nurses spend much time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or NICU.
Aburn May 7, 2015 — Cailey Aburn attends the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and a of St. Mary’s College of Maryland (Biology). Aburn draws on personal experiences caring for ill family members as preparation for emergency care.
Perez April 28, 2015 — Christopher Perez has recently started his education in podiatric medicine at Barry University. Prior to this, he has worked as a radiologic technician and was grateful for his BLS training when a patient stopped breathing as he developed her x-rays.
Adams April 24, 2015 — LaShae Adams is an aspiring nurse and currently works as a CNA. She knew nursing was the career for her when she had to save her own daughter’s life.
Goodell April 14, 2015 — Kylie Goodell is a pre-med student. She has previously worked as a paramedic and an ER nurse.
Bellinger March 29, 2015 — Kayla Bellinger describes how she keeps calm amidst panic and dipping vital signs.
Herda March 6, 2015 — Cynthia Herda describes how she kept calm while caring for a couple that crashed their motorcycle minutes after she met them a rest stop.
Scarbrough February 4, 2015 — Libby Scarbrough wrote about how educating patients on their circumstances leads to better outcomes. She speaks from her experience as a case manager.