Marie Teofilo-Sciberras sees patients health as a complex changing situation. She’s developing her problem solving skills to meet patients’ needs across a variety of conditions and environments.
Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Knowing that my hard work will benefit someone else’s wellbeing motivates me to work hard and achieve excellent results.
I am determined. I am organised. I am motivated.
I was attracted to Allied Health because I wanted to work with a diverse range of people in different environments. I chose RMIT because it allows me to complete my studies and still maintain my life balance.
Through the variety of subjects offered as part of my program, I have gained real insight into the Allied Health industry. My favourite subject so far has been Physiotherapy, where every class has involved completing complex problem-solving tasks. Being exposed to different pieces of equipment to enable patients’ rehabilitation has really helped me think outside the box when solving problems.
I love what I do because it constantly challenges me to think above and beyond what is required. Knowing that my hard work will benefit someone else’s wellbeing motivates me to work hard and achieve excellent results.