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Is there a personality difference between PA's and DNP's and if so, should I consider this when making a career choice?

I understand that PA's tend to be task oriented, check it off the list, get it done and move on type of personalities vs nurses who might have a similar job description, but tend to be more compassionate and nurturing. I definitely tend to lean towards the PA type but my college of choice does...

#physician #nursing #hospital #college #hospital-and-health-care #medicine

How did you manage to pay off yours nurse anesthetist program, and do you have any tips on saving money?

The nurse anesthetist program cost two hundred thousands dollars, money that majority of us do not have just laying around. Although, I am aware of all the people with the money, those of us who don't have the money are forced to take out a loan that will be paying for more than half our lives....

#saving #doctor #career #money #health #hospital-and-health-care #medicine #college #nurse #loans

Physician assistant specializing in OB or Nursing-midwife ?

I am having trouble choosing between becoming a PA in OB or a midwife. I originally wanted to go to medical school but decided that i didn't want to go to school for long after undergrad. So my dream is to be able to deliver babies or at least assist in the deliver. so i just want some more...

#medicine #medical-practice #physician-assistant #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

Does having a tattoo really make it difficult for someone to practice medicine?Or is that just a bias opinion due to the bad reputation of tattoos in general?

I personally love tattoos. I do not have one, however thinking of getting a meaningful one soon. YET I always hear from teachers and adults how having "ink" ruin or hinder my chance of having a good career. Even with these warnings I have seen many nurses and doctors with a tattoo. #doctor...

#paramedic #nurse

Can anyone advise me on how to graduate college as an RN and do so debt free?

Looking towards the future is always important. I have to have goals in place to motivate me and give me direction in my life. I was raised by a single mother and Financial responsibilities can consume and control you. I want to start a nursing career someday and help others, and how is...

#nursing #nurse-practitioner #college #nurse #debt #registered-nurses

When I am studying, and if I receive and internship, Is there any possible chances of pay? What specific skills should I keep in mind for my future career in nursing?

I am a sophomore, and I am truly dedicated to the idea of one day becoming a nurse, Doctor, or any kind of health professional. I want to be able to earn these chosen careers because my goal, dream is to be able to live a life of helping people. I want to ensure a safe and healthy world. My...

#physician #nursing #doctor #masters-degree #phd #pre-med #surgeon #associates-degree

What's a Medical technologist job description? Is there a course in the medical field I can pursue if I finish a Medical technology course?

I was accepted at Seattle University under the pre-science department since I am undecided what major to take. I'm planning to take Medical Technology but I want to work in a hospital. Can somebody give me advise as to what course is best for me? #doctor #nursing #medical #scientist...

#medical-laboratory #career #hospital-and-health-care #medicine #career-counseling #technologist

What is the best way to maintain your money usage in college? After College Graduation Where should I start applying for jobs?

After College I want to be able to get a job that starts at a decent annual salary and start paying off my college debt. My Parents Recent House Hold Income is about $34 to $35,000. I want to be smart at stabilizing my money usage during college so when I graduate college I want to be able to...

#pediatric-nursing #nursing #nurse-management #nurse-practitioner #financial-planning #registered-nurses

What did you tell yourself to get you through tough times in nursing school?

I'll be starting nursing school (hopefully) in about a year from now. I've heard it's incredibly rough and will challenge me in ways I never have been challenged before. During times when you felt hopeless or like you would never make it out alive, what did you do/tell yourself? How did you...

#nurse #nursing

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