Coursework Skills

CourseworkSkills

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  1. What continuing-education opportunities currently exist to further extend your health care knowledge in your chosen career or role? &nbspWhat group sponsors this activity? Should continuing education be provided by employers to employees at reduced or no cost? &nbspWhy?

TheClinical staffs face a constant challenge of keeping up to date withthe latest research and guidelines in their particular fields. Asnoted by Beck et al, (2007), there are various opportunities in whichhealth care practitioners can increase their knowledge. To beginwith, technology is one area in which medical staff can learn about.They ought to know how to integrate technology in biomedicalprocesses such as disease diagnosis, manufacturing of drugs andrecord management. This is to ensure fast and efficient provision ofhealthcare services (Stevens,2013).

Asnoted by Beck et al, (2007), attractive programmes have been createdfor science and engineering graduates who wish to work in a range ofbiomedical or clinical engineering in the NHS, global healthcareassociations or the therapeutic gadgets industry. The course likewiserespects the individuals who as of now work in healing centres orindustry who wish to increase scholastic training to further theircareer. While a number of GW`s Health Sciences projects are offeredon the web, SMHS is likewise home to exceedingly positionedon-grounds projects, including Physical Therapy and PhysicianAssistant Studies. SMHS is making ensured confirmation concurrenceswith neighbourhood junior colleges to give understudies a partnerdegree the chance to win Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences andMaster of Science in Health Sciences double degree through a createdGW Health Sciences program (Stevens,2013).

Thecourse concentrates on growing cutting-edge biomedical technologymanagement aptitudes and an imaginative way to research and plan inbiomedical engineering. It is suitable for late graduates and alsoclinical architects officially living up to expectations inhealthcare wishing to progress to management-level positions. Ashealthcare gets progressive with technological advancement, thiscourse meets the developing universal requirement for biomedicalengineers with excellent specialized and management aptitudes.

Employersshould partially sponsor continuing education for their employeeswith a motive of empowering their staff (Stevens,2013).The need for skilled labour will increase productivity. Partialsponsorship ensures that the employees feel the burden and utilisethe resources maximally. If the employer fully sponsors employees,then companies will have to shoulder a bigger financial burden thatmay cause losses for the businesses.

  1. Conduct research online about setting goals. What tips did you find that are helpful to you in creating goals? &nbspList 2 goals you aspire to achieve, stating these in SMARTER format. &nbsp

Beforesetting any goal, ensure that you take a firm decision in your psychethat regardless of what happens you will stick to them. Write yourgoals on paper and glue it some places that can remind you regularlythat you have to achieve them (Stevens,2013).

Whatevergoals you have set and after that composed, ensure you have thepassion and determination to attain them. It is also good to includeothers in the process of setting and accomplishing goals. Takecounsel when necessary, don`t be inflexible. Moreover,recommendations from other people may be encouraging from time totime.

Themoment you know how to welcome failure and continue onward, there`snothing that can deter you from achieving your set goals. I don`tknow any individual who had a flat out smooth run and got to besuccessful. Failure is an essential piece of the whole process.

Myspecific goals are to complete my degree in health sciences and starta biomedical research company. There is a couple of years left to mygraduation. Considering that I have an educational background inhealth sciences, it is logical to conclude that my two goals are bothrealistic and achievable. I aspire to achieve these goals withinseven years. I have both the zeal and the passion for achieving mygoals, and I will remain focused to achieve them.

  1. Watch Career Advantage: Series Conclusion and discuss your thoughts with the class

Theability to make appropriate and concrete decisions is one of thebasic qualities employers look for. One ought to plan and put ideasinto action for them to develop in their career. In addition, it isvital for a person to have stress and time management skills in orderfor them to be outstanding. Developing a career is impossible withoutunceasing efforts in job search and embracing new technology in allfronts of life.

  1. Developing your Career

Knowingyour talent, strengths and weaknesses through self-assessment is ofparamount importance in developing one’s career. Development comesabout by improving on our weaknesses and developing a positive regardfor our careers. Moreover, attending trainings and workshops helpsone to stay updated to the trends and changes taking place in the jobmarket and in the economy as a whole.

References

Beck,A. Davis, D. &amp Freeman, A. (2007). Cognitive Therapy ofPersonality Disorders, 2nd Ed. New York: Guilford Press

comprehensivemanual on effective Goal-Setting for entrepreneurs, managers andparents.AnnaStevens.

Stevens,A. (2013). TurnYour Dreams and Wants into Achievable SMART Goals!. A