I am a junior in high school and I am having trouble finding which path I should take to increase my chances of going into the career I want to pursue. I know that I want to go to nursing school but I also know that this career is very competitive. Which courses should I take to guide me towards ear
Nursing is a really popular career as it offers a lot of benefits such as high wages and more flexible schedules. However, due to the huge amounts of people applying for this career, it does not seem realistic that everyone will be accepted. What other careers offer these benefits or similar that ca
I am currently a junior in high school and I am interested in becoming a nurse practitioner. However, I am unaware of the steps I need to take to become a nurse practitioner.
I have decided that I want to be a nurse and I am a junior. What can I do beside get good grades and volunteer at a hospital? My plan is to become a rn and then become a practitioner.
I took AP Psychology this year and I was interested in social psychology. I have always thought of going into nursing but social psychology peaked my interest. I personally don't think I would make a good counselor so are there other professions that social psychology would be useful in.
I would like to know what the best college to go to for nursing because I have an idea of maybe becoming a registered nurse. I have seen some colleges that have the programs for this major, but I would like to know the best college that has the best program.
because i want to be a nurse but i'm not sure 100% , so i want ask about for nurse
I am interested in health care, but don't have the time, or grades, to do a Nursing Program.
I know that I don't need a nursing degree to become a surgeon but I would still like to get one in case things don't go as planned. I've heard a lot of people saying that it's kind of hard to get into medical school with a nursing degree so I would like to also get a degree in biology or chemistry.
Nursing gives you a good job to fall back on if you aren't able to become a surgeon but is it good enough to go to medical school with?
I am going to be a senior in high school next year and I want to have an idea on what majors to take in college.
Hi! I am planning on going to college and becoming a Neonatal nurse, but I am also thinking of furthering my education and becoming either a Nurse Practitioner or a Physician Assistant. What is the difference between the two? Do they both have the same amount of schooling? Do they both do the same t
I'm hoping to become a neonatal nurse someday. I am not especially emotional, but I know that if a baby didn't make it, I might not be able to contain my emotions. So, my question is, is it okay to show your emotions in front of patients and their families? Is it good to do so, to show the families
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.