Filter list arrow-down
Results for nursing Clear search  ×

What is the best school to attend to be a RN ?

I want to go into being a traveling nurse but when I did research on it they stated that it’ll be better to become a RN because then you’ll get more #opportunities in travel. #nurse #nursing #healthcare #registered-nurse...

#hospital-and-healthcare

0

Active Jul 29 at 23:28

0 answers

Posted by Roniqua R.’s Avatar Roniqua R.

What is the best way to study in Nursing school?

I know nursing school requires a different approach to learning than other classes. Since nursing is such a different program than others, what is the best tip for studying and maintaining what you learn? #school-counseling...

#nursing

0

Active Aug 26 at 10:29

0 answers

Posted by Hannah D.’s Avatar Hannah D.

How did you pick a nursing specialty?

I have heard everything from people ready to set foot on the floor immediately, to having no clue where to start. Are there any tips or signs of what specialty would be best for a nurse? #nursing #medicine #nurse...

#healthcare

0

Active yesterday

0 answers

Posted by Elissa M.’s Avatar Elissa M.

How is it balancing classes in the nursing program and the clinical trials?

I am about to start my first year in collage and a nursing program...

#school

0

Active Apr 06 at 18:17

0 answers

Posted by Alejandra C.’s Avatar Alejandra C.

Is becoming a registered nurse a good job?

Is studying to become a registered nurse worth the years of studying and the money? Will I be able to find a job in the field? #job...

#money

0

Active Aug 26 at 01:48

0 answers

Posted by clarissa L.’s Avatar clarissa L.

If one is studying to become a Nurse Practitioner, what category of college major would it land in?

I want to become a Nurse Practitioner. While looking for scholarships and applying to universities, there is usually no NP option in the list of study. I've heard that the degree consists of BSN and MSN, but usually neither that nor NP is in the options bar. Would NP count as part of the...

#nursing-education #scholarships #college-applications #nurse-practitioner #medical-school #university

0

Active Apr 17 at 20:11

0 answers

Posted by MaryAnn A.’s Avatar MaryAnn A.

How easy will it be to find a job in nursing?

I have always been told there is many jobs and it will be easy. However, when I first left high school there were waiting lists for most of the nursing programs I looked into. There must be many people going into nursing, so how easy will it be? #nursing #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#nurse

0

Active Apr 20 at 18:40

0 answers

Posted by Kirstie B.’s Avatar Kirstie B.

How diverse is the field of nursing at hospitals?

I am latina and I desire to pursue a career in Nursing. I’ve worked at KPMG and at U.S Bank and discovered that there is not a lot of diversity in the profession worksite. I would be pleased to know if nursing is a more diverse field than other professions involving business. #healthcare...

#professional #nurse-practitioner #diversity #nursing

0

Active May 31 at 11:52

0 answers

Posted by Gelsey P.’s Avatar Gelsey P.

Do all colleges offer double majors?

0

Active Aug 30 at 15:14

0 answers

Posted by Alexia H.’s Avatar Alexia H.

Does anyone have insight into the TEAS exam?

I'm required to take the TEAS exam to get into nursing school in CA. I'd love to know a bit more about the test from someone who has taken it! #teas #exam #nursing #healthcare...

#nursing-school

0

Active Apr 21 at 00:51

0 answers

Posted by Joy B.’s Avatar Joy B.

What are some tips/tricks available to survive nursing school?

I’ve heard that nursing school is a place where you HAVE to be focused at all times. What is some advice that can be given to make this a smoother journey? #school #majors #schooling #exams...

#nursing

0

Active Aug 11 at 12:21

0 answers

Posted by Destiny M.’s Avatar Destiny M.

Where is the most lucrative place in the US for an RN? #igotstudentloans

My husband and I are thinking about relocating in a few years. #nursing #registered-nurses #student-debt #debt #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

0

Active Apr 20 at 23:47

0 answers

Posted by Kristen H.’s Avatar Kristen H.

I want to be a nurse. How do i start ?

My dream is to be a nurse . I need help along my way ... any advice #internships...

#human-resources

0

Active Jul 12 at 11:01

0 answers

Posted by Litzy T.’s Avatar Litzy T.

Is becoming a registered nurse worth the money it cost to attend college?

Money isn't easy to get and I want to know I'm doing something that's worth the money and effort. #money #income #scholarships...

#nursing

0

Active Aug 26 at 00:15

0 answers

Posted by Nishaath Q.’s Avatar Nishaath Q.

Are nursing classes worth it in the end?

#nursing I'm always hearing how hard they are I just want to know once you get your dream job is it worth all that...

0

Active Aug 28 at 21:18

0 answers

Posted by Wiktoria D.’s Avatar Wiktoria D.

How do neonatal surgeons cope with the death of infants so often?

I am interested in neonatal nursing but am afraid I will not be able to handle when they don’t make it. Any ways to cope? #science...

#nursing

0

Active Aug 30 at 11:51

0 answers

Posted by Bailey F.’s Avatar Bailey F.

What is the difference between a physicians assistant and a nurse practitioner?

I am currently a health science major at Drexel University and I’m considering two paths of becoming either a physicians assistant or nurse practitioner. #majors...

#health

0

Active Aug 29 at 12:36

0 answers

Posted by Shelby Z.’s Avatar Shelby Z.

What are the key differences in the career of a neonatal nurse versus a labor and delivery nurse?

I head read some information about this from artic also but I really would like to hear from someone who is actually working in those professions so I can chose which I would like to go into. #neonatal nurse #medical #labor and delivery nurse...

#babies

0

Active May 21 at 10:42

0 answers

Posted by Larissa H.’s Avatar Larissa H.

During high school, which specific classes should I be taking in order to become a Registered Nurse?

I wanted to have more information for which specific classes to take during high school so I would have an easier route to getting a degree or major in becoming a Registered Nurse when I would go to a University or college. #medical #registered-nurses #high-school-classes #nursing #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

0

Active Apr 16 at 13:08

0 answers

Posted by Emily L.’s Avatar Emily L.

I would like to what path other Michigan based nurse midwives have followed.

I plan to become an RN and then further my education to ultimately become a nurse midwife. I would like to hear others stories of success in this endeavor to reassure that I have mapped out a good path. #nurse #registered-nurses #midwife...

#michigan

0

Active Aug 08 at 22:08

0 answers

Posted by Sasha M.’s Avatar Sasha M.

What major is good to be a Vet?

I want to be a veterinarian, but I don't know what I should major in. #majors...

#veterinarian

0

Active Aug 30 at 05:49

0 answers

Posted by Amanda R.’s Avatar Amanda R.

Is it better to go to a tech school first then a 4 year school and get my B.S.?

I'm Curious. #bachelor...

#nursing

0

Active Jan 21 at 16:34

0 answers

Posted by Kierra B.’s Avatar Kierra B.

Whats a good college to enter if you want to become a Respiratory Therapist?

0

Active yesterday

0 answers

Posted by Jasmin A.’s Avatar Jasmin A.

How will do I manage my time well in college?

0

Active Aug 29 at 18:37

0 answers

Posted by Angel R.’s Avatar Angel R.

How to choose what area of specialty for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner?

I will be attending school in the fall for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. The question I commonly keep getting asked is where I want to work with that degree. I find myself saying I don't know a lot and expressing that I hope it's like nursing school where I just kind of find out along the...

#hospital-and-healthcare #medical #healthcare #medicine #acute-care #nurse-practitioner

0

Active Jul 27 at 00:26

0 answers

Posted by Crystal W.’s Avatar Crystal W.

What was it like to go into nursing after graduating with a bachelor's degree in a related field?

When I applied for college I wasn't sure what I wanted to do within the medical field, so I applied as a biology major and am currently in a general studies program. I still plan on majoring in biology, but I'm also seriously thinking about going into nursing after. I know there are accelerated...

#medicine #science #biology #college #nursing

0

Active 1 hour ago

0 answers

Posted by Emily B.’s Avatar Emily B.
Ask a question