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Amparo99 views

What Are The Requirements To Become A SLP?

The reason I’m wondering this is because I wanted to become a Speech Language Pathologist and I wanted to know what it takes in order to become one. I want to know what types of schools and Subjects I need to do in order to become one?

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Jerilynn274 views

Is it possible to finish my pathology education under 12 years?

It's the career I've been wanting to do for years

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Esly343 views

what is the best route to become a forensic pathologist

What is the best route in college (classes/major/involvement) to become a forensic pathologist?

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Fatima267 views

What is the salary of a speech pathologist?

How much is a Speech pathologist's salary?

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angelina441 views

what should I study for my bachelors degree I want to become a forensic pathologist?

seems like a lengthy process just trying to figure it out

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Andrea727 views

Why did you decide to be a pathologist? What inspired you?

Hi! My name is Andrea and I am doing research on pathology for my Health class. I would appreciate it if you answered these questions the best you could. Thank you! 1)How many years of college did you need to go through? What other programs, courses, and clubs did you join or do? 2)What jobs did you work before you became a pathologist? What did you think of them? 3)How can I decide if I want to get a PH.D. in this field? 4)Did you have to pivot and go back to school at a later time? 5)Did you need to shadow another professional in the field before becoming a pathologist? 6)Was there a subject you struggled with during your school years? 7)What skill sets did you learn or gain while being in this profession? 8) Why did you choose a career in medicine? Why did you choose this specialty? 9)Do you regret going through the years of schooling? 10) What skills would you recommend someone to have before trying to get into this field? 11) What keeps you motivated?

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T'oni409 views

What requirements do you need to work in the Healthcare/ Forensics field?

I want to study forensics or nursing when I go to college.

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Tamara267 views

How to I achieve being a plant pathologist?

I´m currently ending my bachelor´s degree on Agronomy, but also I love microbiology. For the past last two years I started been an assistant for a phytopathologist and it has been the greatest time. I want to know with academic path do I need to do to become a plant pathologist and to know if it is difficult to get hired in this area.

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Speech Pathologist?

For speech pathologists do you choose your own hours? Are you able to have a big family and still have time for everything? What is the salary? What is your day to day schedule?

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Eshara975 views

What can I expect when becoming a Speech Pathologist? The pros and cons?

I’m currently switching careers into Speech Language Pathology. I’m finishing up my prerequisite courses and is looking to apply for grad school.

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Hayley660 views

What are the best classes to take for the speech pathology major

#speech-pathology #pathologist #classes

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Makayla573 views

What Science Major Should I Explore For Pathology

#Future #Pathologist #Major

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Sarah665 views

What full-time/part-time jobs would be great for experience when wanting to pursue a career in Forensic Pathology?

I'm new to the work environment relating to the medical field and I do a lot of research, and ask others questions, on this topic, but the answers are either broad, or unanswered. I would also appreciate learning from what someone else had to do to build themselves up to this specific type of career. #medicine #pathologist #pathology #forensicpathology

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Saba712 views

How do pathologists advise patients with the best course of action for their disease?

I'm asking this because I plan on becoming a pathologist and would like to know the difficulties that they are faced with when a patient becomes ill with a disease. #pathology #pathologist #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-healthcare

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Keasia761 views

What are the steps I need to take to be successful in my career path of Pathology?

I want to be sure I am taking the right steps toward my dream career. #Pathology #medicine #pathologist

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Dave4778 views

Medical biochemistry vs clinical pathology

Hi. Recently I was searching information about medical residencies and I found out that laboratory medicine has some kind of two "similar" specialties. So, my question is: what are the main differences between a physician with a specialty in medical biochemistry and another one with clinical pathology? The first one will be doing 5 years of training focusing only on medical biochemistry and the second one will get an overall training within all the different laboratory fields (biochem., microbio., haemathology, etc.). Which one is better in terms of "skills" for a "laboratory physician"? Does the clinical pathologist having the same knowledge in biochemistry than the medical biochemist physician? Thank you! #medicine #biochemistry #pathologist #healthcare #physician

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Mylene929 views

What are all the requirements to become a Forensic Pathologist?

I want to become a Forensic Pathologist #forensic #pathologist

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Mylene2020 views

To become a Forensic Pathologist, What must I major in?

I want to become a Forensic Pathologist. #forensic #pathologist #pathology #forensics

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Taylor879 views

Is a degree in law essential to succeeding in the field of forensic pathology?

I am seeking a possible future as a forensic pathologist, and before I begin college next year, I need a plan. #medicine #lawyer #pathologist

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Gemi966 views

alright so what should i do if want to enter the world of forensics?

I am debating on what I've been wanting to be for a while and it changed from Lawyer to Forensic Scientist Law just doesn't interest me anymore. #forensics #pathologist #toxicology #dna #entomologist

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Nathan948 views

As a Pathologist, is more of your work computer based or in a lab/hospital?

I am interested in pursuing a career in pathology and was wondering what this aspect of the job was like. #medicine #pathologist #pathology

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Megan933 views

Are all master's programs in Speech Pathology taught by doctoral level professors?

Majoring in Speech Pathology and it's very competitive to get into grad school. #language #pathologist #speech #disorders

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Megan724 views

How many additional classes would I have to take to become school certified in Speech Pathology?

I'm going to major in Communication Disorders and was wondering how much more schooling is involved for a school certification. #advice #pathologist #speech #disorders

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Claire1272 views

If you are an SLP, in what area do you work in and why did you choose that path? Is it a school, hospital, rehab, or private practice atmosphere?

I am an incoming first year student looking to major in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. #language #speech-pathology #pathologist #speech

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Gyna1296 views

What are the benefits of knowing more than one language when it comes to Speech Pathology?

Does this mean you're able to work in different countries? #doctor #medicine #professor #speech-pathology #pathologist #speech-language

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Gyna4435 views

Do speech pathologists work with deaf people? If so, are they required to learn sign language?

I am wondering because I read somewhere online that there is 2 types of speech pathologist, one that deals with deaf peoplem and one that doesn't. #medicine #professor #health #speech-pathology #pathologist #speech

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What is the difference of a M.D. to a Clinical Pathologist.

I really want to diagnose patients (every doctor basically) but something that's abnormal for regular check ups and also to be able to do test to the patients but I also want to be part of surgeries, things like that but I can't choose which one would be the best option for me. #doctor #pathologist #md

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Forensics Pathologist?What do you need to study to lead to this occupation?

Not much is told about pathologists in general...and pathologist seems suited for me since I'm interested in the medical field ,but I wouldn't want to deal with people's pains and their deaths....More like just interpreting of what caused their death...Except in this case I'm not sure what classes you need to take or what do you need to major in college to pursue this. Is it similar to doctors? Like Pre-med? #medicine #pre-med #forensics #pathologist #medicine-field #pathology

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Tyler2103 views

Can i pursue multiple careers?

Hi growing up ive always had three passions. Science, Movies, and food. I was wondering if i could have three careers? I want to be a forensic pathologist. Which is a medical doctor who figures out the cause of death of a human by performing an autopsy. But i also want to direct movies and become a chef. Is this possible? I feel like the only way i can be happy and succeed in life is by pursuing all three careers. Can anybody help? Thanks #doctor #chef #forensics #director #pathologist

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RS2395 views

What majors should I take in college if I want to pursue a medical career?

I want to pursue a career in the medical field and I want to know what majors I should take in college. #doctor #medicine #major #majors #pathologist #pathology

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