cart following by how many of the materials should be there. On the chart, there is also a column for the morning and afternoon of each day so that an RA could initial agreeing that the cart is stocked. If an item was not stocked, there is a space for a note providing which materials need to be ordered and how many. I think this was very helpful in knowing what needs to be ordered and what is constantly being used so that all staff is aware of to make sure the carts and procedure rooms is fully equipped. The keys organization was very helpful with knowing who signed out which key, and the 2 different sets are assigned for different purposes.
I can be honest and that I feel like my internship site benefited me more than I could have benefited them. It was kind of difficult due to patient confidentiality to do computer work for my site, but what I was able to do, I did with as much effort as I could. My site benefited me much more but helping me figure out what type of field in medicine I would enjoy pursuing. I learned how clinical trials worked and the research side of it. It was very fun to be apart of for the month but for the long run, I do not think that research as a job will be in my future. I love the whole answering the unsolved questions. I love helping patients by working with them directly more. In my future career path, I do see myself going through medical school and perhaps becoming a doctor or even a surgeon. Yes it is a lot of schooling and lots of money, but once I’m done and land a job that I can become successful in as well as be forever passionate about, knowing what I am capable of, I know it’ll be worth it. I would like to do research in college, and hey that may be with a clinical research center like eStudySite!