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For the attached assignment, you must know this personal information about me to complete the assignment. Please thoroughly read my personal information AS WELL AS thoroughly read the assignment instructions. It gets a little tricky.



My Personal Information:

  1. My desired healthcare career profession is to be Head of Pediatrics, whether in a hospital on the pediatric floor or in a pediatric office.
  2. As for personal characteristics, I have three children. 2 girls, 1 boy. ages 2,4, and 6. Ever since my first child, I immediately knew I wanted to spend my life around children. I fell in love with the idea. I wanted to help sick children, children going through withdrawals or cancer or anything of the sort. Please just add much more details.
  3. Short term goals, I want to get my Registered Nursing License, and work in a pediatric department. I have 1,3,5, and 10 year goal plan. Long term goal, I want to go to medical school when my children are older, and become a pediatric surgeon.



Final assignment MUST include ATLEAST ONE “LONG” PARAGRAPH for each question.

Feel free to go much more into detail with the personal information I gave you. ALL OF THE steps I must take to get to where I want to be. Be very detailed and informative.

For the attached assignment, you must know this personal information about me to complete the assignment. Please thoroughly read my personal information AS WELL AS thoroughly read the assignment instr
Academic and Professional Career Plans and Goals Healthcare Career Profession At this point, you should have a clear focus and interest on a desired healthcare career profession you want to pursue and work within. It is time to clearly identify your desired healthcare career profession along with the professional characteristics surrounding this decision including the reasons why you’re pursuing this career, how you will be successful in this career, and any possible concerns you may have. Provide your answers in the appropriate sections below. Desired Healthcare Career Profession: Click here to enter text. Professional Characteristics: Click here to enter text. Academic and Professional Career Plans Identifying your healthcare career profession is the start of your journey, but to be successful and ultimately work within that profession, you need to build an academic and professional career plan. Based off the content covered and researched in this course, you will create an academic and professional career plan. Your academic and professional career plans should discuss: The major steps you need to accomplish to work within your desired healthcare profession and the ability to advance within that profession. Current strengths, competencies, skills, experience, knowledge that can be leveraged and built upon for your success academically and professional. Identify weaknesses that will need to be improved upon along with challenges and obstacles that you will need to overcome for your success academically and professional. Also, discuss how you propose to accomplish these feats. Academic Career Plan: Click here to enter text. Professional Career Plan: Click here to enter text. Academic and Professional Career Goals Setting goals provides an individual with vision, focus, motivation and an ability to measure progress in achieving a feat or target. To truly be successful with your academic and professional career plans, you’ll have to create short-term and long-term goals so you can have precise vision, focus, motivation and an ability to measure your progress in achieving these desired accomplishments. A common technique in making goals is called SMART Goal, with SMART being an acronym for: S- Specific, M-Measurable, A- Attainable, R- Realistic, T- Timely. Specific refers to creating a precise goal that is definable, for example “I want to be happy”, would not be specific, it’s too general and has a board meaning. Measurable means the goal should have an end result that can be identified and tracked along the way of pursing it. Attainable refers to the goal being achievable or possibly being too easy to attain, such as setting a goal to study 12 hours a day most likely is not attainable. Realistic refers to the goal being worthwhile and beneficial to meet your needs, for example, setting a goal to swim faster may not help your academic and professional goals. Timely refers to the goal having a completion date that is attainable and reasonable. Using the SMART Goal method, identify 2-3 short-term and long-term goals pertaining to your academic and professional career plans based off your researched and newly gained knowledge from the course content, research, and assignments. Make sure you also briefly discuss the plan or action items that you will set in place to accomplish these goals and how you’ll track your progress of them. Short-Term Academic Goals: Click here to enter text. Long-Term Academic Goals: Click here to enter text. Short-Term Professional Goals: Click here to enter text. Long-Term Professional Goals: Click here to enter text.