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  1. How is it that sometimes we find our purpose in tragedy. I lost my grandma to diabetes. Diabetes did not take mercy on her. It took her slowly, until there was nothing else to take. It started with her kidneys, they slowly stopped functioning, so she had to be placed on dialysis. Lucky for her, my aunts cared enough to be trained on the process, and she was able to have it done in her home, that's if you consider that lucky. The next thing diabetes took was her sight. It continued taking from her until there was nothing more to take. As if losing your sight was not enough, it took the sensatio
  2. I spent the day writing my personal statement. I feel like it's not complete but I'm well over the 5000 character mark. It's around 7000, I believe. If anyone would like to see it and possibly critique it/make edits, I'll appreciate any advice. I could have talked more about other things, like taking care of my grandfather for three years after his heart surgery and all, but this seemed more relevant towards approaching healthcare as a team. I've been looking at it too long, though. A fresh pair of eyes would help, thanks. PA personal statement.docx
  3. How is it that sometimes we find our purpose in tragedy. I lost my grandma to diabetes. Diabetes did not take mercy on her. It took her slowly, until there was nothing else to take. It started with her kidneys, they slowly stopped functioning, so she had to be placed on dialysis. Lucky for her, my aunts cared enough to be trained on the process, and she was able to have it done in her home, that's if you consider that lucky. The next thing diabetes took was her sight. It continued taking from her until there was nothing more to take. As if losing your sight was not enough, it took the sensatio
  4. Howdy everyone. I am so glad I have found this forum, it has proven to be immensely helpful. However, I am a bit discouraged. I am not a terribly gifted writer and am struggling to piece together a decent story for my personal statement. I will attach what I have written as a rough draft and would really love any and all criticism, guidance, and advice. I will certainly pay it forward once I get it finished. Do not be afraid to be overly critical, I assure I can handle it and welcome all comments. Also, I am appx. 1000 characters over so if you see places I can trim out I am all for it.
  5. It is often said that it takes a village to raise a child, but the same is true in the case of providing quality patient care and rehabilitation. Although any one person is capable of providing exceptional care to a patient, I have seen patient outcomes to be drastically improved when the healthcare providers work cohesively as a team. From patient care technicians to nurses to physician assistants, each and every person that participates in a person’s medical care serves a vital role that is complemented by the others they are working alongside. This model of collaborative medicine is somethi
  6. I could use a few wise eyes to read over this draft. Any and all helpful criticism is greatly appreciated! I don't feel like my conclusion is very strong, nor my transitions. 2001 was the year and it was the blades of a timeworn lawn mower that sent a rock pellet catapulting into an unfortunate father’s leg. He came hobbling up the steps as his daughter lie on the porch. The little girl took one look at his bloodied gash, wide-eyed, and bolted indoors. The father worried that the little girl was destined for the bathroom, expelling the day’s food from her body. To his dismay though, she ret
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