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Any available tips to overcome final semester of a nursing school?

Any tips, as final semester could be challenging and overwhelming. How can one overcome this period of ones life #nursing...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Abby A.
Lynda Lancharic | RN, CPAN, CAPA at Perioperative Nursing Don't give up. You are almost to your goal! The philosophy ...

For someone interested in pharmaceuticals is it recommended that they go to grad school right after they finish undergrad, or is it more beneficial for them to go directly into the workforce?

I am a current college student who is interested in becoming a pharmacist, and I am looking for some career pathway advice. Continuing off of the first question, should someone like me start off a career in pharmacy as a pharmaceutical technician and then try to become a pharmacist after I have...

#pharmaceuticals #healthcare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Sharlene M.
Caroline Velasquez | Medical Field, Modeling ,Psychology and Marketing/Communication I would get a job as a pharmacy tech. This way ...

What has been the most helpful tip you have received that could make a difference in others' lives?

Interested in seeing insight within current college students and their viewpoints on life. #business...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Ryan C.
George McCorkell CPCU | Senior Systems Specialist at AIG Hi, I guess I've always felt that the most important piece ...

What career choice is most broad when it comes to the amount of avenues possible to take?

I am interested in pursuing a career that I won't get bored with overtime... Something that I can potentially change and stay excited about. #business...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Ryan C.
Jason Durst | Corporate Development & Strategy Director at Dell For your approach, you should think about what doors you close ...

What type of programs that I could do relating to the medical field?

I want to pursue the medical field and I want to gain some medical experience for the future. #medicine...

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Active Sep 23 '17 at 10:02

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Posted by Elizabeth T.
Talayah Jackson - MPH, MBA, PMP | Manager at PwC - Specializing in Population Health ... I'm excited that you are interested in the medical field. I ...

What scholarships are available for physical therapy students, as well as recent graduates?

Scholarships allow students to feel fulfillment for their academic achievements and hardwork, as well as compensation for the price of education. Physical therapy schools in particular because of the increased need for clinicians need readily available information to make academia affordable....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Brenton W.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell http://www.topdegreesonline.org/scholarships/physical-therapy/ 25 Great Scholarships for Physical Therapy Students Email, RSS Follow1 ...

How many year does it take to pay off college for a physical therapist?

I want to become a physical therapist but would also want to know how long I will be paying college. #healthcare...

#physical-therapist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Alexis H.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive It depends on the school you are joining, the scholarships you ...

How many years are for become to Pediatrician?

How many years I need for become in Pediatrician?...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by Alejandra H.
Alexandra (Sasha) Verkh | Senior Corporate Counsel at Farmers Insurance Group of ... 4 years in medical school, and then I believe a 4 ...

How do interview/apply for an internship in healthcare?

I am currently a freshman Biology student who wants to do an internship with a healthcare company. Where should I start? #healthcare...

#job-application

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Nnenna U.
Jill Hoff | Owner at College and Career Consulting As a freshman, it may be hard to get a "true" ...

What does a Cardiac doctor do on a day to day basis?

I worked at MGH during the summer and was in and out of this depatment and was just wondering what they did exactly...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by AaliyaCodman1 .
Emmawilson A cardiologist is someone with specialized training in identifying, treating and ...

Is there a real name for a emercancy department doctor

I use to work in ED at MGH and it was fun! But I never knew what they called the doctors....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by AaliyaCodman1 .
Chris Tsai They're call emergency medicine physicians. Just like internal medicine, emergency medicine ...

What is the name of the job that requires you to use cells to make tissue and organs outside of the body

I was interested in this when I did an orientation and they talked about this but I don't remember what the career was called...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by AaliyaCodman1 .
Emmawilson I think you might be thinking of tissue engineering? There are ...

What is the daily life like for an occupational therapist?

I want to be an occupational therapist and I want to know what's the day to day work like....Thank you!...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:00

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Posted by Laetus .
Dawn Baker | Senior Manager Service Operations at LinkedIn I started out my career as an Occupational Therapist, and I ...

If I want to officially work as a certified nurse, should I go into a 2-year or 4-year program?

Since the Beginning of the year, I have been receiving college acceptances. I got one from Alfred State that says I was conditionally accepted into their 2-year nursing program. But my godmother and other nurses that I have asked says that I should go for the 4-year program because it comes...

#nursing #healthcare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:13

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Posted by Serena W.
Maisha Guillory | Registered Nurse More employers are looking for Bachelors prepared nurses...so go for the ...

What should I consider when picking a profession in the healthcare field?

I am a grade 12 student that will be studying health science at university in September, but I am still not sure about my career goals beyond post-secondary. #healthcare...

#health-science

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Active Sep 23 '17 at 10:06

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Posted by Lera K.
Talayah Jackson - MPH, MBA, PMP | Manager at PwC - Specializing in Population Health ... I'm excited that you are interested in healthcare. It's a great ...

I want to become a doctor after completing college.

for my best future #medicine...

#healthcare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by safina F.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hi Safina! Glad you are thinking about medical school! Doctors require ...

How interesting is a career in research?

I am majoring in Health Studies, and one possible career that I can pursue is in research. #healthcare...

#research

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 00:31

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Posted by Lera K.
Talayah Jackson - MPH, MBA, PMP | Manager at PwC - Specializing in Population Health ... Health research is an interesting and ever changing field. I work ...

what type of doctor should i be?

i want to live in Canada and be a famous figurskater on Canada's Olympic team but i want to have a real career. my planes were ether a pedeatrition or one of the doctors that delivers the baby i dont know what its call. what should i do? #healthcare...

#career-details

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:51

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Posted by jazmyn F.
Joey Beyer MD, MSLIS | Clinical Pathology Resident Hello Jazmyn! Deciding on a career is no easy task. At ...

Where can i start on becoming a Physician Assistant?

My career goal is to become a Physician Assistant but im not sure on where or how to start! #physician-assistant...

#healthcare

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Active Jun 16 at 19:10

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Posted by Ginamarie C.
Hwal Lee Ginamarie,It's been a few months since you asked the question, so ...

What should I expect when joining into the Nursing career?

How much experience in Nursing should I get? What am I expecting while studying for it? #healthcare...

#registered-nurses

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Active May 06 at 22:02

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Posted by Diana T.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Diana,It's great you are considering #nursing as a career! I ...

How rewarding is being a PA vs a medical doctor?

Under what circumstances or lifestyle preferences would you make a recommendation for one of those tracks over the other? I've been considering both and I want as much information for consideration as possible to aid in my decision-making....

#healthcare

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Active Jan 20 at 21:26

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Posted by John D.

What advice would you give to a new grad interviewing for a first job in healthcare?

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Active Mar 11 at 21:40

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Posted by Monick A.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Monick,I don't know healthcare, but do teach interviewing!All the obvious stuff ...

What do I do if I am out of state in school, without my primary doctor, and get sick?

I don't understand how insurance and school work together. I don't want my parents to get stuck with a big bill. I won't have them around to help me figure out where to go. Chances are I will need a doctor at some point during my college years. #college...

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Active Apr 01 at 18:41

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Posted by Lucy M.
Elizabeth Chambers | Student at University of Vermont Hey- you're thinking ahead, good for you! I live on a ...

What are some tips for inviting a company to create a new position for your expertise?

I'm going into a new field for which there will be few job openings, and most interested companies will have to create a position for me. #createaposition...

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Active Apr 27 at 18:38

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Posted by Sarah B.

what is the name of the person that cuts a babie's bellycord after being born?

i'm 15 and i would love to take care of babies as a career. #doctor...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by MarlaCodman1 .
NurseSandy You are talking about pediatrics or obstetrics. Those are the fields ...

What does a Healthcare Consultant at Arthur D Little actually do on a day-to-day basis?

I came across this link for a [Healthcare Consultant](http://tbe.taleo.net/NA7/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ADLITTLE&cws=1&rid=39 "Healthcare Consultant") at Arthur D Little. I read the position responsibilities and qualifications and its so vague... #healthcare...

#consulting

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:57

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Posted by Akshat P.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org While I do not have any specific experience at Arthur D ...

What are the requirements to become a physician assitant?

I'm 17 years old and I was wondering what are my requirements to become a physician assistant. Do I need my masters degree or can I become a well paid physician assistant with a bachelors degree? #healthcare...

#physician

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Torriece W.
Stephanie Thomas | Customer Experience Expert • Problem Solver • Customer ... Hi Torriece! To become a Physician Assistant, you must complete an ...

When it comes to the medical field, how difficult is it to handle the death of a patient? And do you sometimes, as a doctor, nurse, etc., end up becoming personally attached to a patient?

I want to go into the medical field, and am wondering whether or not my personality can match with it. #medicine...

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Active Jan 29 at 07:43

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Posted by Hiba N.
Caroline Velasquez | Medical Field, Modeling ,Psychology and Marketing/Communication Yes, Many become attached especially nurses due to the nurse is ...

Can doctors conduct medical experiments on willing participants for a health study?

I am asking this question because I want to know how medical test are conducted....

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Active Sep 22 '17 at 00:48

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Posted by Robyn W.
Christina Blackburn | Healthcare Administration They can preform such experiments but the Dr. must go through ...

What would you change about the health care system if you could?

I am wondering what people think about the system now and if they would change anything to improve it or not....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Nicole E.
Keith Betkowski | EVP Business Development at VIZI Health Solutions I would make the Insurance equal across the board, everyone pays ...

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