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Medical Ethics Tutoring FAQ
If you are pursuing a career in medicine, it is essential that you have a strong background in medical ethics. As a physician, you will be required to apply the material covered in your ethics courses whenever you are tasked with making a difficult decision, especially decisions that are life-threatening. Because of this, you will be required to have an excellent understanding of medical ethics. One way that you can reach this level of understanding is through the assistance and guidance of a private tutor.
Medical ethics is a unique blend of philosophy, medicine, and psychology. It requires mastery of concepts that many students of science may be less comfortable exploring. Instead of facing a constant uphill battle with vague, hypothetical questions and trying to meet the seemingly convoluted demands of instructors, consider medical ethics tutoring. Tutors are well versed in medical ethics, and have demonstrated a thorough understanding of how to approach assignments and exams to achieve remarkable grades. Beyond their material mastery, instructors have also been carefully screened by top educators to ensure that they are as talented at communicating abstract ideas as they are in mastering content. More importantly, your medical ethics tutor can help you integrate the abstract ethical principles into a meaningful clinical framework.
As you study with an experienced medical ethics tutor, you work not only to succeed in the classroom, but develop an awareness of the material that allows you to apply your lessons in real situations. You can feel more confident working with patients and responding to requests from both patients and their families. Once you have mastered the ideas of medical ethics, you may even find yourself being sought out to consult on more complicated scenarios with which other clinicians are grappling. Medical ethics often requires split-second decision making in an emergency. For example, you might be the person who should decide whether to resuscitate a patient or not. When dealing with such critical life and death decisions, a firm understanding of core medical ethical principles is essential. Don't trust your understanding to just any resource.
While classroom lectures taught by skilled professors are an excellent way to learn medical ethics, working with a private ethics tutor can help you master the content. You are in charge of how you want each lesson to be conducted. This means that you can slow down the pace of the course, ensuring that you spend proper time on difficult concepts until you are able to understand how to apply them in practice. Furthermore, you can also completely skip past material that you already know, ensuring that you don't waste precious time. For this reason, private lessons are one of the most efficient ways to supplement classroom learning.
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When you graduate medical school, you will be required to routinely draw upon the knowledge you learned during medical ethics classes. Not mastering this field can have serious consequences to your professional career. Contact Varsity Tutors today and ask for help finding a medical ethics tutor in your area. Not only will you work to succeed academically, but you will be building an important professional skill set as well.
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Recent Medical Ethics Tutoring Session Notes
The student and I followed up in preparation for his geography and biology tests this coming week. We reviewed Latin American issue during Spanish rule, went over DNA replication and protein synthesis, and reviewed literary devices.
We took a short English quiz, just so he could stay fresh with all aspects of the test. We then went over the basic Math sections and how to effectively/correctly use his calculator. I left him with an Algebra review packet. We will cover Geometry & Trig next week.
The student and I completed her assigned review problems given to her by her teacher on Newton's second law (forces primarily in one dimension, as well as some in two dimensions). Also, we did a particularly complicated inclined plane-force-Newton's second law problem (which she had minor difficulty with, but seemed to understand the problem/solution at the very end). Also, once I showed her how to do the assigned force problems, she understood the why and the how very well. We also reviewed some math (Pythagorean identities), which she seemed to understand without any real issues. I asked her to read chapter 6 and some of chapter 7 before our next tutoring session (I believe these chapters are on torque and rotational motion).
The student has a quiz coming up over circles, so today we prepared for that quiz by studying internal and external angles of circles and how they relate to tangents, secants, chords, and arcs. The key to this work was remembering the formulas which describe the relationships between these elements, and through continued practice and guidance, He eventually got the hang of each one.
I gave the student a vocabulary quiz covering the last 10 vocabulary words that we went over and assigned her 10 additional for next week's session. We went over the math problems that I assigned her as well as the reading comprehension questions. She got all of the math problems correct. For the reading, I explained to her some strategies to help her focus and get the questions correct (reading ahead 1 or 2 sentences, looking for key words, trying to focus on the content of the passage even though it may be very long and not interesting). We went over and worked some more math questions, and reading mixed with grammar questions. I assigned her the 10 vocabulary words, 6 math problems, and 1 long reading passage followed with questions for comprehension.
Within this session the student and I reviewed an extra credit homework worksheet that was given to him dealing with algebraic problems. Afterwards, he and I went over inequality problems in his precalculus book that he would be covering in the near future in his class.