Personal Statement

Statement of Motivation: (Examples attached)
I encourage everyone to review the Army Values speak to 3-4 that your really resonate with.
Please write it base on the “Army value” note in the Link below;
Army Values: Caution- < Caution- >


Read the NP practice resource on NYSED and post the answer to the question on Blackboard. RESPONSE MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. NO CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN IT YOU COPY DIRECTLY FROM A WEBSITE OR TEXT.
What type of professional relationship with physicians is currently mandated by the NY State law for Nurse Practitioner in practice? How is this relationship established and maintained?

complaint letter for a doctor who preformed dermal filler providing details of complications and being over filled.

This will be a complaint letter to an aesthatic doctor who preformed dermal filler,
I went for a consultation previously to have tear trough, cheeks and jawline the Doctor insisted that I should have a chine filler or the procedure will look odd and not to add anything else we spoke for few min. and the Doctor spoke about botox ad other treatments,
But I just wanted to focus on my concerns.

I have had previous filler which I dissolved so I can start fresh under ultrasound to make sure there was nothing left.
Once I have made sure everything was dissolved under ultrasound I have made an appointment with the doctor.
I went to see her and she decided not to treat the tear trough but instead we need to treat the temple area I never had my temple treated before and no previous doctor recommended that area before because of my 24 and because I dont have enough space for filler. she also pointed that I need it to do my lips for hydration.
I was excited to get the treatments done we went ahead and agreed to her expertise to treat the areas she recommended.
she started with the temple are my temple when she finished the temple looked over filler and she did try to push the filler inside with her fingers but it didn’t help and she commented it that it is normal and it is just bruises from the cannula. then she continued injecting the other areas. Temple, cheeks, jawline and chin.
once we were done she looked again at my temple and tried to push it in but it did not improve my jawline also had a lump on the side she tried to manipulate it with her hands but not much improvements. She assured me it is normal and my filler will settle in after few weeks.
When I went home I could feel a sharp throbbing on my temple I waited as she recommended my face did look weird and it was overfilled and I could see it so I contacted her to make sure and she issued me it’s just swelling and it will take time for it to go down and settle in.
I contacted her again is there’s anything I can do at home that would help but I did not hear back from her.
I went to meet my friends in London and everyone was pointing out my temple and jawline and cheeks that been treated that it looks very off especially my temple area as it looked like I had horns and there is a huge round pump and you can also see my vein throbbing.
I started to get sever headache on my right side of the temple because of the filler that has been injected, I started to press down and I could feel the vein on my right temple throbbing none stop
on the 7th of sep I couldn’t breathe properly because of the sharp pain I suffered from the filler on my right temple It gotten worse and the skin color changed to black and the vein started throbbing very quickly and I fainted when I woke up my vision on my right eye started to get blurry and I had to call the ambulance as I was alone and. I feared for my life I count breath properly because of the sever pain on my right temple from the filler that has been injected.
The ambulance came and took me to the hospital to the stroke Department as they were worried that I had a stroke because of the symptoms of blurred vision, breathing and loss of sensations in my arms with clawed hands.
they did MRI Head, CT Scan to rule out any neurological infra functional any head injuries or neurological concerns.
The testing was clear as It wasn’t neurological but it was from the temple filler.
The Doctor at the Emergency Department recommend to do ultrasound for the fillers been injected and explained that it is important to get these ultrasounds to determine the problem that the filler caused as it is very disturbing, shocking and frightening.
I was booked for the ultrasound and the Ultrasound specialist did confirm that at my age 24 Temple filler should have not been recommended even if there was flatness because I am quite young and I do not have space for filler and it will put pressure on my beating views which could lead to fainting and blurred vision.
My face also looked very odd and over filled with very little movements the Doctor examined the areas that I was injected and confirmed the areas that the filler was injected was not correct and the amount was humongous leaving me with a very distorted face.
All of the above have caused me a lot of stress, physically , mentally and emotionally.
My experience was very frightening and I fear for my life.
I am a model and my work depends on my physical appearance.
I explained that to the doctor few times and raised my concerns about being injected in the wrong area and being over filled.
However I do not feel like I have been heard at all and I feel like I was sold treatments that was not suitable for me, not my age and not my anatomy.
This whole situation caused me to take time off work because I am depressed of what I have been through and my over filled face.
I can not work, and I do not want to leave my house.
When I messaged the doctor raised my concerns and asking for a refund to fix
The reply I got was that I suffered from a headache.
Explain here that there was no empathy or responsibility been taking by the doctor

Emphasize more that this has cause me a lot of stress depression and loss of income etc.
Then ask for a refund of the amount 1,540 pounds which is a lot of money and also explain that I am a student and I work as model etc
and how I was left botched etc
also explain the Ultra sound scan as evidence of being over filled etc
explain how I lost confidence in their clinic and I do not want to carry on any type of treatments after the niglences and the way the doctor dealt with the whole situation.
And plz also mentions legal if I do not receive my refund .
Also explain that it will cost me 1200 to get the filler dissolved with ultrasound guidance etc. especially with temple filler as it is very hard to dissolve.

initial office visit note

Please write 30 individual initial office visit notes for medication management and therapy on 30 different papers. Does not have to be long and super detailed. I will attach the template that is to be used. DO NOT USE YOUR OWN TEMPLATE!!!! USE THE ONE I ATTACHED ONLY!!

Recommendation Letter

I need to provide a Recommendation Letter for the Physician Assistant program. It should be written by a Physician Assistant, whom I did shadowing him about 100 hours in his clinic, to me and refer me to this program. I attached a sample of this type of Recommendation Letter as your reference.

W​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​riter you have worked with me in the past. I am currently

W​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​riter you have worked with me in the past. I am currently doing a other course on advance biostatistics a dummy data set was provided persons who survived icu and persons who did not. the coursework
paper should include
Propose tables
Table 1. Baseline Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients stratified by survival
Sex n(%)
Age (years ) median (IQR)
Clinical Features
Table 2 OR for factors (Up to your di​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​scretion ) or a univariate analysis comparing survivors and non survivors with Demographics etc
Table 3 Comparison of clinical characteristics among patients with COVID-19 with p value
Figure 1 Forest plots of the binary logistic regression models over rick go ICU admission and COVX propotional hazards models over rick of Icu death
Figure 2. Forest plot of the binary logistic regression models over risk of ICU admission models over risk of ICU death comorbidity
Lets discuss if you want to change or add any other statistical tes​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​t

Please rewrite my personal statement for med school. I attached my original, max

Please rewrite my personal statement for med school. I attached my original, max is 5300 characters. My experiences in chronological order:
1. Convey emotion I experienced with my mother’s coronary artery dissection (scared, worried) in the opening- this is when my interest in medicine began, Christmas Eve of second grade.
2. In high school I finally understood that her dissection was a result of a nicked artery during a cath 3 days before, giving me solace that there was nothing we could do to prevent this. I want to help others come to this reassurance, educate patients about their condition, and provide answers to their questions.
3. I struggled with ADHD my 1st year of college, I hadn’t had to study up until that point and had great difficulty, I would cry out of frustration, I wanted to study just couldn’t focus. I was initially brushed off by a PA who told me to “focus more”, I finally got testing and meds when I met with my actual PCP. I was very grateful for this and finally felt listened to- this added further drive for my persuit of medicine. Briefly mention to explain my grades during 1st year of college.
4. I was a successful student athlete, first and only swimmer NCAA All-american at SVSU, and female student athlete of the year. Utilized teamwork, perserverence/high goal setting, leadership, etc. Qualities that good physicians display. This section should be shorter, swimming added to personal growth but my clinical work has more impact. My high goal setting and level of achievement shows I am very driven and resilient- I can bounce back from a bad race and set a personal best on the next one, it’s all about mindset.
5. I worked in the ER for two years as a scribe using the Epic EMR. Excitement is something I love about EM and I want to be an ER doctor. I became familiar with ATLS/ACLS protocol by witnessing several trauma/cardiac arrest cases. My most notable case was when a ~60 y/o man came in for chest pain, we sat him in a room and 5 minutes later, a nurse rushed in to tell us that he fell to the floor, the monitor showed PEA. I took his crying wife to the quiet room down the hall. We brought in a lot of equipment and there were ~15 people in and out including two doctors, several nurses, nurse managers, and a house supervisor. ACLS was performed for over an hour, finally one of the physicians decided to perform double sequential external defibrillation and brought him back. Luckily, CPR and bagging were initiated in time, he suffered no cognitive impairment and was sent to the ICU where he made a full recovery. Him and his wife would later bring the ER gift bags and wrote a thoughtful thank you note for saving his life. Along with this impactful experience I gained extensive experience writing full notes including a comprehensive HPI, ROS, physical exam, and ED course including a chronological description of meds given, lab results, imaging studies, EKG interpretation, consults, discussions with patients, and disposition. I gained experience on medical documentation, pertinent questions to ask patients, which things to examine based on chief complaint, interpreting lab results in relation to one another in the setting of the patient’s disease, which medications should be given, and how to use potential side effects to our advantage. I worked with Dr. Franklin most frequently who explained how to read a chest XR using the ABCDE method, he walked me through all the images we would obtain and asked me questions on how I would read these images or if I was able to identify any abnormalities. He additionally showed me how to interpret EKG’s. He always answered my questions and quizzed me on the patietns, asking what I would order. He exemplified patience when explaining to patients their condition, making sure to answer any inquiries they may have. Dr. Franklin was excellant about providing reassurance when necessary, but was very clear and direct when delivering bad news. These are traits I want to carry as a physician.
5. I have been working as a scribe with Dr. Tanir, an internal medicine physician for the past year, using PracticeFusion. She often asks me questions on the USMLE. I keep a notebook of these questions and do extensive research on the topics to learn how these conditions/processes play a role in the overall system of the human body. She taught me when/how to use certain medications and how they interact with one another, when to order more in-depth labs and their significance, when and why we order certain tests, giving referrals that may not be obvious (ex. GI referral for a chronic cough- needs EGD and PPi). She teaches me the intricicies of the human body as a whole. She cares greatly for her patients and does everything she can to help them, fully explains what is going on with use of labs/test results and is happy to answer any questions. Dr. Tanir and Dr. Franklin are examples of the physician I aspire to be.
Feel free to ask questions if you need any further detail!

H​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ello, I am a Nurse Practioner student. What this paper is

H​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ello, I am a Nurse Practioner student. What this paper is is basically getting two guidelines on how to properly treat GERD and comparing and contrasting the two guidelines and how they affect the practice. All resources must be within 5 years and everything must be cited properly in APA 7.
++++Select a patient that you have encountered in your clinical practice with a chronic health problem.
Clinical information:
Use of Research Findings and other evidence in Clinical Decision Making
Choose 2 EBP resources influencing the care provided to your client. Discuss the similarities and differences that you read for those two EBP peer reviewed articles.
Submit scholarly paper, with writing style at the graduate level, including all of the following:
=Reviews topic and explains rationale ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​for its selection in the context of client care.
=Evaluates key concepts related to the topic.
=Describes multiple viewpoints if this is a controversial issue or one for which there are no clear guidelines.
=Assesses the merit of evidence found on this topic i.e. soundness of research
Evaluates current Evidence Based practice guidelines, if available.
=Or, recommends what these guidelines should be based on available research.
=Discusses how the evidence did impact/would impact practice.
=What should be done differently based on the knowledge gained?Consider cultural, spiritual, and socioeconomic issues.
Length: 6 pages, excluding cover page & references,
Format: APA Formatted, including citations and references
Research: 5 citations required within 5 year​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​s

T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​he purpose of this task is to get you to critically engag

T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​he purpose of this task is to get you to critically engage with and evaluate some of the ethical issues related to ARTs. It is an argumentative essay please use this style the argu​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​e and critique.
Please answer the question within 2200 words, clarify the answer, and Introduce the influence, and risk if there are any, benefits, I will upload additional files​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​.

P​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​roposal for a systematized Literature Review Important as

P​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​roposal for a systematized Literature Review
Important aspects you need to consider if undertaking a literature review

These are important aspects that you should consider if you undertaking a literature based study.
(a) Title
This should be concise, but not so brief as to mislead the reader as to the nature of the review. Short, catchy titles are sometimes used, but these should be qualified by a sub-title or second part; e.g. ‘Stool Report: review of the management of constipation.’
(b) Name and title of reviewer
Give your surname and initials in the normal order.
(c) Introduction to the Study
Indicate the global problem, and the specific area chosen for review; say what you are hoping to achieve from your review. Attempt to formulate a specific research question, or a hypothesis if applicable and a set of objectives to explain how the review will answer the research question.
(d) Why this review?
Say why this particular review is to be undertaken, i.e. the researcher’s interest in the subject, or circ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​umstances that have made this particular area available.
(e) Related research
Indicate any existing reviews or other source which may have stimulated your interest in the present topic.
(f) Review methodology

(i) the data bases/search engines that will be used

(ii) the key words/phrases that will be used

(iii) the type of paper/article/text that will be excluded e.g. not in English

(iv) the types of papers/articles/texts that are likely to be included

(v) how you will analyse and synthesise the papers/articles/texts

(vi) ethical considerations.

(g) Time, budget and cost
Time is in short supply; a realistic timetable of events should be prepared well in advance of the review. Please submit a proposed action plan/timetable with your proposal for discussion with your supervisor. Remember that there will be a strict submission deadline.
Think about any financial costs involved because you may have to purchase papers/articles/texts – and you will have to make payments or arrange for their payment, yourse​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​lf.