I'm a nursing student and I'm thinking about pursuing further education after completing my BScN degree. What are the pros and cons of becoming an NP or PA?
I always wanted to be a rn
I am currently a freshman at a community college and am thinking about switching my major to become a neonatal nurse. However I am skeptical about it because of the fact that I am currently pregnant and I'm not sure that I would make it through.
I hate tooting my own horn but...I'm the nerd's geek. In school, and I went to a pretty tough school (for USA), I performed equally well in pretty much anything I put effort into. Not only that, but my interests are so varied. I could spend all day reading literature, or analyzing film, watching his
Because I want to get a head start on looking for colleges.
I am a high school sophomore student and i am wanting to become a nurse but dont really know what I need to do to get there.
Im interested in being a nurse yet i really would love to be a pediatric nurse and i just want to know if there are other requirement or classes ill need to take.
I want to know more about how much experience is needed for both career because im interested in becoming a pediatrician
I want to learn medicine in the future. Are there any other jobs related to medicine except for doctor and nursing?
To become a good nurse do i need to go to collage or can i take nursing school? Would i have the same benefits ?
i want to know the best thing to become a good nurse but that wont take a lot of money.
Many say that is the best way to become a good doctor , you first have to be a nurse.
i would like to know more types of medical fields. And what they involve
Im interested in nursing and want to know what to expect.
I'm asking this because I want to be a professional nurse and be able to save people lives
should i go to college for nursing and then go back to be a pediatrician or should i just go in straight and study for peds ?
I want to be a pediatrician but i'm scared ill only be good enough for nursing. I don't wanna mess up.
This last year i have been taking healthcare prereqs with the plan of going into a sonography program. After learning more about what sonographers actually do i've started to have seconds thoughts. I'm a smart kid with math being my strongest subject and english my weakest. What concerns me most is
I am interested in becoming a nurse however I want to explore all the nursing options.
Would it be a good idea to participate in a medical study abroad program in my second year in college?
I really am interested in the medical field as well as learning other culture.
I am asking this because I am currently a junior in high school researching nursing colleges. Since there a lot of colleges out there, I want to narrow down my options.
Good school to go to
What degrees do i have to have to Graduate
What are the life term goals for being a nurse
I plan to nurse and have that as a stable job and go from there.
I choose nursing because I love to work with babies
I am confused about what path to choose.
I really love money so I would like to know about how much I will be making.
I would like to go ahead an schedule my classes for college and keep track of them.
I am headed to college so I need to know my major so that I can complete the course.
I need to know the steps so that I can complete all of them.
I am wondering because I would like to become a neonatal nurse.