Why I chose Pharmacy
Why I choose pharmacy
Hippocrates is remembered for his exemplary contribution to the fields of science and philosophy. He once suggested that wherever the practice of medicine is valued, the love of humanity is always eminent. My father is a professor and teaches biology; on another hand my mother is a pharmacy, technician. My favorite uncle, who frequents our home for casual chats with my family after work, is a pharmacist. In such a setting even when passion is not pushing someone to pursue a medicine carrier, the chances are high that one will end up to be a medical practitioner. I am personally interested in subjects related to biology and chemistry that are core topics in the study of pharmacy. My uncle has always told me since I was young that I need to work extra hard to manage a course as a pharmacist. I am a person who takes up challenges, and I know that challenges make one a better person. For that reason, I am willing to pursue a career that will help unleash my hidden personal potential in dealing with issues around me. My mother has always encouraged me that if she pursued a successful career in the same line the offspring is probably going to perform better. All these circumstances make my desire to continue a career as a pharmacist an inevitable quest.
At the moment, I am a still pursuing college education, in my third year of studies. At this level, I am in the preparatory phase in anticipation for taking a course in pharmacy. At school, I am studying biology, anatomy, chemistry, organic chemistry 1 and currently taking organic chemistry 2. I have outstanding grades not only to show that I have passion in pharmacy but also to show I have physical and mental capacities to follow my desired career. I call it my desired career since I am always fascinated by how drugs interact with the human biology to bring about healing. I am well known to our class by my chemistry teacher for the love of chemistry laboratory practical lessons. I am always curious on what a given mixture when contorted with other the results it would yield. I am persistent and consistent when I am aiming at achieving something. I usually want to find new ways of studying what structures are formed by various compounds; I hope one day to become among the great scientist who discovers a unique way of establishing structures of compounds. My teacher has been advising me that as a pharmacist I can always get the chance to study various structures making up the drugs.
I am currently an intern at Golden Years Physical Therapy, where most of my clients are senior citizens and I gain satisfaction from helping them. My pharmacy carrier will enable me to provide medicine treatment and also prescribe medication for my clients with a prescription for the healthcare facility. As an intern, I am getting the chance to understand the interpersonal skills required when interacting with patients. The internship gets me the opportunity to feel like a professional healthcare provider and boost my confidence in serving my clients in my capacity and according to their expectations. Through the internship, my leadership skills have been polished, and I feel confident that I am ready to pursue pharmacy once I am done with college.