practice through continuing education, research, publications, and presentations . Remain constantly developing skills to practice in good conscious taking into consideration ethical values to act upon. Research from reliable and verifiable sources to enhance practice of health information management and ethics. This basic concept of building up experience will later on be a trustworthy step towards the contribution to others by sharing the skills acquired. This is particularly sensitive to my life experience, since it is my calling to open doors to other women similarly to me with limited ability to enter a more promising career path. Additionally, to teaching this item recognizes the importance of advocacy not only in the professional organizations but also in the community. Helping with the research, developing federal and state legislation. It is so rewarding to be knowledgeable. Knowledge is power and power is an active tool. It is so important that this principle is in place because there is no limit to where anyone can take their career if the association holds the doors unlocked for people to advance through different stages. The certification world is specific and broad, limitless. I particularly enjoy knowing that my professional association promotes my skill enhancement and my empowerment as a professional. VI. Recruit and mentor students, staff, peers, and colleagues to develop and strengthen professional workforce. Help others develop their skills while serving as mentor, role models and recruiter. AHIMA recommends to do this in respectful and fair way. It is easy for us as humans to find a good fountain and keep it secret for our leisure. AHIMA supports the growth of everyone and this principle is a faithful activist of cooperation and collaboration among peers. I hope that somehow we all move towards this common goal. VII. Represent the profession to the public in a positive manner. Be an active public advocate about the benefits of this profession emphasizing in its mission, values and principles. If it is that we want to preserve the legacy of our profession, it is important that we represent and project a transparent reflection of what it means to be a HIM professional. It is a profession of love and compassion, respect and value for accuracy, hard work and reliance. This principle is an active reminder that we should project ourselves with positivity because we are significant contributors to the health reform and a better world.
VIII. Perform honorably health information management
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