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How can being helpful get me into the medical field?

I am an 8th grader and ever since I was little I have been inspired by my family members to become a nurse.

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Bhuvana’s Answer

Hello Ayden! Embracing a helpful attitude is absolutely essential when stepping into the healthcare field. It's a clear reflection of your care and concern for others, and your desire to contribute to their well-being. I've had the privilege of working with many nurses who are always ready to lend a helping hand, ensuring that every patient receives the best possible care. If you're keen on honing your helpfulness, why not consider some volunteering opportunities? They're a great way to nurture and develop these valuable skills. :))
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William’s Answer

Hey Ayden! It's fantastic to know that your family's influence has sparked your interest in nursing. It's a great profession, and there's a growing demand for dedicated individuals like you. Possessing a helpful nature is an asset, particularly in the healthcare sector. We all collaborate in a clinical environment to provide the highest quality of care for our patients. To understand how your helpful nature can boost your career, consider reaching out to your local hospital to inquire about volunteer opportunities. Medical centers always have a variety of roles that could benefit from volunteers. You might also consider shadowing nurses to observe firsthand how being helpful is integral to healthcare. Volunteering in areas outside of healthcare can also be enriching, as it allows you to acquire new skills and interact with diverse groups of people. I was once in your position, and I firmly believe that being helpful paves the way for a promising future. Keep going!
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Hwal’s Answer

Ayden,

I see you are interested in medicine and health care. I have learned that many people who choose to work in healthcare or to practice medicine do so because they want to help = they are helpful and enjoy being helpful. This is certainly my case, and helping others was and still very much is one of my motivations to learn and practice medicine and become a PA. So if/when you work in medicine/health care, you will very likely meet others who also enjoy being helpful. I feel that you will also see that people working in health care bring many other strengths, and some of these strengths are unique to those individuals, and I hope you find ways to use both your desire to be helpful and your own unique strengths to find a fulfilling career in health care.

Let me know if you have any specific questions I can help with. Good luck!

Hwal
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