Displaying Essential Skills (acting with integrity: In dealing with peers…
Displaying Essential Skills
professionalism: looking and behaving
When handling with medicine, it's especially important to pay attention and behave professionally.
If you give someone the wrong medicine, their life could be at risk, so paying attention is essential.
acting with integrity: In dealing with peers and staff
keeping a positive attitude for the sake of the work ethic that will come out of it.
staying strong within faith and morals
positive attitude = positive results
keeping morals in check even when patients and/or peers purposely treat you unfairly.
time management: prioritizing to meet deadlines
going to meetings on time
personal life v.s. hospital life
making a good name for yourself and representing yourself in a positive way.
effective communication : using various resources to present and express info and ideas.
expressing ideas and the outcomes of those ideas skillfully.
sharing new ideas with your colleagues that can benefit the hospital you work for and/or your patients-
creatively solving problems:using flexible and original thinking to create and solve problems.
inventing new medical instruments
exploring and researching the best need within the bridge of medicine and technology.
presenting new formulas and new techniques to keep the human body healthy.
contributing to a team: working in diverse project teams to achieve common goals.
working with other doctors to find out the needs of patients.
advancing "people skills" by communicating and working with others (both colleagues and patients).
self management: processing a growth mindset to manage oneself and better self-advocate, motivate and reflect.
balancing the lives of being a doctor/nurse, and our lives outside the hospital.
within self management you need to be focused and on top of things because there are other lives on the line.
responsibility using information: effective and ethical use of internet- based tools and resources
filing different prescriptions for patients and not mixing them up (STAYING ORGANIZED)
being trusted with information on paper that cannot be shared outside of the hospital room
being careful/mindful of the online resources given.