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The Medical Staff

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The Medical Staff By Maryanne Mirie, Klara Oh, Thanh Le, and Layla Amin Maryanne Mirie Thanh Le Klara Oh Thank You! Questions? Layla Amin Works Cited Future Job Goal: CRNA at a local hospital
At Highline to complete an AA with an emphasis in Biology Future Job Goal: Pharmacist
At Highline to complete an AA with
an emphasis in Chemistry Future Job Goal: Oncology nurse practitioner at Seattle Children's hospital
At Highline to complete an AA with an emphasis in Biology Future Goal: General practitioner
At Highline to complete an AA
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World Health Organization. “Life Expectancy at Birth.” WHO. 2013. Web. 25 May 2013. Pharmacist Physician Code of Ethics for Physicians - "Medical Ethics" Current Issues Code of Ethics for Nurses Created and revised by the AMA - American Medical Association,
pertains specifically to doctors. Emphasizes:
Autonomy - respect of person, confidentiality
Beneficence - benefiting others
Non-Maleficence - "do no harm." respecting others
Justice, Truth, Honesty Created and revised by the ANA -
American Nursing Association Used in nursing education, emphasizes patient-centered care Code of Ethics for Pharmacists Examples of 2013 Ethical Issues
in the Medical Field Euthanasia
Abortion
Birth Control
Gene Testing
Vaccinations
Psychology Issues
Stem Cell Research Created and revised by the APhA -
American Pharmacists Association All ethical codes use principles from the Hippocratic Oath Establishes the Pharmacist-Patient relationship Ethics Established by worldview, social norms, truth History of medicine and how it affects use in our society today.
The different fields of profession in medicine. Intro to Medicine Definition of Medicine 1. The Science of Healing; the practice of the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, and the promotion of health.
2. Medications, drugs, substances used to treat and cure diseases, and to promote health. The relationship between the medical profession and the public is changing, and the professionalism of doctors must evolve accordingly. Relationship Between Medicine and the People History of Medicine Humans have been practicing medicine in one way or another for over a million years. Prongs Job Outlook Nurse Developing Field:
New Drugs, Research, Treatments Technology Establishing common protocols/procedures The price of education and the emphasis of eduction - leads to demand Gender ratio Doctor: 24%
Pharmacist: 25%
Nurse: 26% 2010-2020 Future Changes 1. student demographic & yearly trainings
-New technology
-Advancements in technology Pre-Pharmacy, under-grad BS degree: generally 4 years
Pharm. D. degree: generally 4 years
PCAT (Pharmacy College Admission Test) for licensing
Coursework in physics, chemistry, biology, and calculus Education: Job Outlook: Median wage - $111,570
Employment - 274,900
Projected employment - 344,600 Education: Under-grad degree: generally 4 years
Medical school: generally 4 years
Internship/residency: 3-8 years depending on specialty
Coursework in anatomy, biochem, pharmacology,
psychology, and medical ethics Job Outlook: Median wage (primary care) - $202,392
Median wage (medical specialties) - $356,885
Employment - 691,000
Projected employment - 859,300 BSN degree (RN): generally 4 years
Practitioner degree, masters (optional): 2-4 years
Coursework in anatomy, physiology, psychology,
microbiology and nutrition. Education: Job Outlook: Median wage (RN) - $64,690
Median wage (nurse practitioner) - $93,935
Employment - 2,737,400
Projected employment - 3,449,300 Science VS Religion Similar Jobs: Dentist
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