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What is a typical day as a family physician?

#family-medicine #emergency-medicine I am asking because i am trying to decide on what specialty to go...

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Active Mar 30 at 22:01

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Posted by Victoria N.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi victoria. i graduated medical school in 1993 and have been ...

How hard is it to get into the EMT field?

I've always had a hard time getting interviews, how hard is it to get a job once you're a certified #emt? #emergency-medicine...

#medicine

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Active Mar 29 at 13:06

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Posted by James V.
Paul Gilbert | EMT at Schaefer Ambulance Service Great question. I too had a hard time getting interviews when ...

what is the typical or average day of an ER include??

I've always watched er shows and it seems like there pretty busy but to know from someone with a real experience is better to know #doctor #nursing...

#emergency-medicine

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Nanccheh F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the links below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pzNVp-1Qgo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GzBKoCK3Ik
Ashish Malhotra | Philosopher,writer,educator Hellos,The strength of any individual is their tolerance and patience level.How ...

How closely related are Surgical Technicians and Emergency Physican's Assistant? and which college would be best if I wanted to pursue those career fields?

I have narrowed my career choices down to either becoming a surgical technician or an emergency physican's assistant but I cant make a choice because both seem to fit me perfectly? #college #medicine #emergency-medicine #surgical-assisting...

#pharmacy-technicians

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Active Mar 01 at 22:21

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Posted by roniah H.
Stephanie Rockford | MPH student at Claremont Graduate University What do you want to do long-term? Some states require the ...

What are the best and worst parts of being a trauma nurse?

I want to know what to expect if I am going into this field. I feel like it's really emotionally and mentally taxing, and I don't know if I could hack it. #trauma-nursing #nurse #nursing...

#emergency-medicine

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Active Feb 07 at 23:57

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Posted by Jocelyn Z.
Laura Knee, APRN, FNP-C | Nurse Practitioner Hey Jocelyn! I think your concern is one that many healthcare ...

What are factors to consider when looking at possible medical schools, as in what differentiates one program from another?

I plan to continue on to medical school to become a physician after receiving an undergraduate degree and am thinking ahead. #doctor #medicine #physician...

#emergency-medicine

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Madeline L.
William Cox, M.D. | Medical Practice Professional What medical schools you decide to apply to is in part ...

What kind of injuries do we get in the emergency room?

I would love to understand what types of injuries I might be facing if I get the chance to work in an emergency room at a hospital in the future. #healthcare #emergency-medicine #emergency-room...

#paramedic

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Mikayla M.
Douglas Romney | Disaster Medicine Fellow, Emergency Medicine Physician Any survivable injury may present to the emergency department, including strangulations, ...

What would be the best option; becoming a surgical technician first, then becoming an emergency physician's assistant or vice versa?

Im really stuck on either being surg tech or an emergnecy PA and after weighing my options i dont know which to choose from #pre-med #physician #emergency-medicine...

#surgical-assisting

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by roniah H.
Douglas Romney | Disaster Medicine Fellow, Emergency Medicine Physician Those are two separate career pathways, really. From my perspective, the ...

As a health care worker, when is a time you had difficulty setting your feeling aside and became emotional in front of a patient?

I will be attending nursing school this Fall, but have been thinking a lot about being in difficult situations with patients. Do nurses really become desensitized to tragic events? I know it can be difficult to witness and see death all throughout your career but is there any time that it is...

#medicine #icu-nurse #emergency-medicine #nursing #healthcare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Crystal G.
Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... Dear Crystal, I have worked for almost 30 years in the ...

What is the work environment for an Emergency Medicine doctor in Miami,Florida?

i dream to be a doctor in Emergency Medicine in Miami, Florida and i would love to know what the work environment is like. #doctor #medical #emergency-medicine...

#emergency-room

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Brianna C.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46UArj0_qE4

How emotionally strong does a nurse or anyone in the medical field have to be?

I am a first year college student who wants to go into the medical field. I am aware that the medical field can be straining emotionally. However I am really curious as too how strong or "cold-blooded" I may have to be. #doctor #nurse #emergency-medicine...

#paramedic

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Michelle R.
Zee Sellers | Pediatrics/Neonatology Never give up empathy and compassion. Especially as a nurse. You ...

Are emergency service based jobs worth it?

I am debating if I should do this, but the problem is, I don't know if it is worth getting into with the work hours and dangers. #emergency-medicine #hospital-and-health-care #firefighting #law-enforcement #isitworthit...

#should-i

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Active Apr 03 at 00:51

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Posted by William G.
Paul Gilbert | EMT at Schaefer Ambulance Service The job is very rewarding and definitely worth it, but it ...

What does it take to become an ER nurse?

I am interested in possibly becoming an er nurse but am curious if it involves more or less schooling than an RN #nurse #emergency-medicine #nursing...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 29 at 00:05

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Posted by Claire L.
Jenny D., RN | Registered Nurse No extra schooling is required to become an ER nurse, but ...

What's a good school to attend to become a trauma doctor

I am looking for a good school to attend so I can be a trauma Dr. a school with good medical courses and high ratings of getting jobs after college #college #doctor #healthcare #pre-med #hospital-and-health-care...

#emergency-medicine

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Active Mar 02 at 12:59

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Posted by Ariel M.
Theresa Boyd, M.D., FCAP | Clinical Pathology /Transfusion Medicine You don’t necessarily have to choose a medical school affiliated with ...

what is it like to be an EMT?

I want to become an EMT when I grow up. #emt #medicine #emergency-medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

#healthcare

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Active Nov 21 '17 at 18:59

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Posted by gisselle E.
Rehana Dharani, CPC | Healthcare Recruiter The best way to find out is by joining an EMT ...

If I want to go into trauma nursing, would going through the military prepare me more or should I just get my degree through college?

I'm not quite sure that I will be able to handle the emotional challenges that come with the job, so I was just wondering if it would prepare me better? #trauma-nursing #nurse #nursing #military-medic #military...

#emergency-medicine

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Active Oct 18 '17 at 03:26

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Posted by Jocelyn Z.
Reginald Evans | Flight Engineer at Kalitta Air, L.L.C. The military could certainly use good medical staff for trauma work,but ...

Two patients enter to seek treatment from you at the same time. One of them is rich, and the other is poor. Provide the different circumstances in which you would treat either patient first, and why.

While this question is probably answerable by those who are not in the medical profession, I think that perhaps those who are experienced would be able to provide me with a different perspective. #medicine #medical #medical-education #emergency-medicine #family-medicine #doctors-assistant...

#medical-practice

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Active Sep 25 '17 at 23:32

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Posted by Jess W.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Jessica, I don't know how things are done in Singapore. Here ...

Are drawing skills compulsory to pursue a careen in medicine.?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:36

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Posted by Asma A.
Maria C Ramirez-Nieto MD | Behavioural Neurologist Not at all.
Dianna Slater | Clinical Pharmacist That's excellent that you are planning ahead for your future! And ...

What can be a backup plan to an ER Trauma Doctor?

I love fast-paced jobs and being challenged, and I most definitely do not want to be stuck doing the same thing in the same place every single day. I love the medical field and I want to help others that cannot help themselves. That is why I chose my intended career path as an Emergency Room...

#emergency-medicine #doctor #hospital #emergency-room #medical #trauma-treatment

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Joscelyn O.
Douglas Romney | Disaster Medicine Fellow, Emergency Medicine Physician My first thought is that you already have two options there. ...

What is a good minor to have if majoring in nursing ?

I am majoring in nursing, was hoping to minor in something that will aid in my emergency room nursing career #college #career #nursing #major #college-minor #future #emergency-medicine...

#emergency-room

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by Ana G.
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Hi Ana, I would consider a minor in Spanish. This could ...
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... Rakesh,The best facilities for expats are the best facilities for home ...

How do I find more scholarships for College?

I am in Nursing school currently and am looking for ways to find more scholarships that I could possibly win. I have had a rough childhood and I am the first i my family to go to college. I am wondering how to find the right sites or keywords on ways to find scholarships that I could apply to....

#emergency-medicine #scholarships #nursing #firstgenerationcollegestudent #foster-care #girls #onlychild #homeless #money #noparents

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Active Jan 24 at 15:40

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Posted by Ashley C.
Cathleen Crane, PMP | Technical Program Design | Technical Program Management Hi Ashley, Though not in nursing, I have a few search ...

what is the most difficult task of being a nurse practitioner and a ER nurse?

I'm attending college this fall and I've had experience with nursing through volunteer work so I always thought the hardest thing would be getting attached to the patient and not in a weird way but mostly like in a nurturing way as you spend so much time with them so I wanted to know from a...

#emergency-medicine #doctor #medical #icu-nurse #pre-med #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #nurse #nurse-majors

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Active Oct 18 '17 at 19:36

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Posted by Nanccheh F.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center Abuse cases are horrible. I find that to be the most ...

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