Every person has a distinct definition of success that differs from the perspective of others. For some, success is a word that is closely attributed to being famous and earning a lot of money; for others, it is a word used to having a high position in the company that they are working for.
Personally, I define success as being able to accomplish what is tasked of me and at the same manner, being able to contribute to the society in my own little way. The lesser the fame, the better. This sounds surreal, but it is true.
As I enter the Biomedical field, I certainly believe that I will be more helpful and of service to mankind and the society. You see, the world is fastly growing and the technology is always up to date. Medications and the diseases are also being up to date with the circumstances that are happening to us. With this, there is a big demand in the number of employees being hired by the companies together with the high demand for cure.
I, for one, believe that choosing the Biomedical Enterprise as my field of expertise would not only help me grow as a person, but will also help me to hone and grow my abilities and talents to its best. Being in this field does not mean that you have to be a specializing doctor or an immediate member of the health care team. All one person needs is a little background of the medical terminologies, the basics of physiology and some knowledge in pathophysiology.
When given the chance to practice this specific field, I plan to do some researches on the economic status of the services and the medications that are being rendered in the United States. After a careful analysis of the problems, I plan to apply the basics that I have learned in the course to promote good health relations with the country, and soon with the whole world. If possible, I plan to coordinate with other manufacturing firms in giving free alternative medications to the countries who are in dire need of medications to promote a healthy environment for their children.
With further research and with the help of colleagues, we can help discover new ways to treat cancer. We can team up with doctors and biomedical engineers in designing this one-of-a-kind discovery. Soon after, we can help in the aid of treating cancer, and eventually leading to its prevention.
Since we are immersed clinically, we are able to observe and rationalize for ourselves what the needs of the people for this specific time are. At the same time, it helps us to predict whatever it is that we need to accomplish in order for us to prevent certain dilemmas. Having those management courses would also help us to be more aware and careful of the lines that may be drawn while trying to accomplish the desired goals.
What you have read may sound too good to be true, but with all the knowledge that we have acquired in the program, anything is possible.