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Health Sciences Personal Statements

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I am interested in Osteopathy because it's about applying a practical skill; my work experience and visits to open days confirm this impression. It’s a science degree involving close work with patients, and the way it works with the body’s natural healing abilities seems harmonious...
The time I have spent on the BTEC National Diploma in Health Studies has been informative, challenging and enjoyable. During this course I have particularly enjoyed the modules on Psychology, Equality, Diversity and Rights and Microbiology...
Prior to my residency in the UK, I have lived in one of the developing countries of Africa-Nigeria- a country where social inequality, poverty, social injustice and lack of respect for human right prevail...
For as long as I can remember I have been a science based person. But it was not until an unfortunate fall resulted in my finally seeing how x-rays were taken in person that I actually thought about it in any type of career aspect...
Who will be there to help you, when your life is turned upside down and you don't know how to carry on, what to do, or whether you can pick yourself up and start again? Some of us, if we're lucky, have family and friends to hold our hands and guide us through the darkest, most difficult days of our lives...
My life has been overshadowed with caring for people and a healthy living. Ever since I was a child my mother always instilled in me the importance of health and caring for my younger sisters and brothers...
I have always found anything to do with science fascinating from a very young age. My father being a medical doctor and my mother a nurse, I have grown to appreciate how medical science can be applied to help sustain life in general...
Like many medical students, I was unsure of which specialty I would venture into after medical school. I had very broad clinical interests. Majoring in public health was not one of my choices until I moved to Kilifi District hospital after an extensive one year internship period at the regional hospital (Coast Provincial General Hospital)...
At an early age, I realized that I had more questions than answers about life and living things. A growing interest in understanding the origin, growth, structure, and function of living creatures led me to major in biology with no certain career plan in mind...
Pursuing a career in the physiotherapy industry has been my major aspiration since a young age. This degree maintains a combination of sport and science, which makes it suitable for me, as I have a huge passion for both learning areas...
My fascination with the body and understanding how it functions has fuelled my desire to pursue a career in physiotherapy as it incorporates science, sports and medicine which are all areas of specific interest to me...
In recent years there have been a myriad of ground breaking discoveries in science. However, I believe more can be done in neurology as we have a worldwide ageing population with dementia affecting many sufferers and their families...
"I feel the capacity to care is the thing which gives life its deepest significance." I want to make a dramatic difference to people's lives! I feel that Radiotherapy is the perfect profession to fulfil this...
My fascination with Science was established during my time at college where I studied Health Studies. I have always had an enthusiastic interest in science based subjects, specifically Physiology. Studying the subject as part of my Health Studies course has made me comprehend that the life of Science is what I want to be a part of...
Due to previous experiences of working with a range of people in the care sector I believe that throughout my time on various work placements with people who have disabilities and difficulties in communicating, along with the experiences gained throughout my studies, my wish to pursue a career in the care profession has grown...
I want to study to be an ODP because I believe it will be the start of a long successful career in working in the medical field. I chose the course because I love the idea of being there for people at their most vulnerable...