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Do you need to have strong emotional discipline to work in a hospital?

I want to work in one but am afraid I will be affected by deaths. #doctor...

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Active Jan 19 at 17:09

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Posted by Taylor I.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Hi Taylor, what a great question! Death is never easy to ...

How can I begin to prepare for my major?

I am studying Kinesiology in college to become a Pediatric Physical Therapist. I know I will begin those specific studies later in college after gen eds, but i want to begin to prep for it. How do i do so? How do i start internships? #hospital-and-health-care...

#physical-therapy

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Active Mar 13 at 22:33

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Posted by Sydney L.
Cecily Schwimmer MS,CNM,NP | Advanced Practice Clinician. Clinical trainer and consultant Wow. That is so cool that you have such a specific ...

To internship or not to internship?

I'm a junior in high school and have been wondering about internshipping somewhere. For those of you who have, is it really that beneficial? Where did you internship and do you have any other advice? #internships #publichealth-...

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Active Jan 29 at 06:08

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Posted by Emma D.
Caroline Velasquez | Medical Field, Modeling ,Psychology and Marketing/Communication I believe that this is a excellent idea because you will ...

When was the moment that you knew you wanted to be in the medical career?

I knew I wanted to be in medicine since I was a sophomore in high school. What about everyone else? Are you still going to, or already have, specialized in the area of medicine you wanted to when you first knew you wanted to be in medicine? #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

#career-choice

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Active Mar 25 at 17:39

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Posted by Mari B.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center When I first started my journey I wanted to be a ...

Is the pediatrics a very hard field to get in to?

I love children and I would love to work with them. I just do not know if this would be a hard field emotionally, seeing very ill children. #medicine #pediatrics...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 05 at 13:22

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Posted by Caitlin D.
Elise Brown | Pediatric Physical Therapist There are many healthcare professions that work with children, not just ...

Is there any programs to pay off medical school loans?

Becoming a doctor is no easy task. The loans sometimes reach over $100,000 and I would like an easy way to get rid of those loans. I have heard of programs where serving overseas could reduce loans and now I would like to know more about. #doctor #medical...

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Active Oct 26 '17 at 21:57

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Posted by Deepa S.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center There are several online companies that offer to pay a certain ...

As a woman, is it ever difficult to work in a male-dominated work environment?

Being a health professional is often seen as a job held by men, which could get intimidating. #medicine #health...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 29 at 00:04

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Posted by Jackie S.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse I think in reality it is challenging to work in a ...

What different types of work can a registered RN get that are not in a hospital or doctor's office

I'm going into nursing but my Mom is worried that in 10-15 years I won't be able to stand the required shifts due to my scoliosis. #nursing #medical...

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Active Oct 15 '17 at 12:11

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Posted by Sabrina C.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center You can do home care, work for the public health dept, ...

What is the best advice you would give a student seeking her radiology degree?

I am currently in the radiology program. It is going well so far, I really like the practice and my grades reflect that. I am curious to know of any outside resources or suggestions relating to the field in general. #radiology #science...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 20 at 19:39

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Posted by nakiiyah S.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse It's great to hear that you're currently in a radiology program. ...
Larry Dominie, PT, MSPT | Physical Therapist at BayCare Home Care Hey Drew,Great question! First, if you are focused and have a ...

What is a typical day for a neurosurgeon like?

I want to know more about their shifts and the time they spend at a hospital. Also, how they manage their time to work and rest throughout the day. How long are most neurosurgeries? #neurosurgery #medicine...

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Active Apr 12 at 20:14

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Posted by Samantha M.
Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at CareerVillage.org Great question Samantha. I'm sorry it hasn't been answered yet! I ...

What qualities does a good doctor possess?

As a 3rd year bio-medical science major, I am curious to see why people pick certain doctors over others and the specific characteristics they have that makes them more appealing to a patient. #medicine #healthcare...

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Active Dec 05 '17 at 08:58

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Posted by Haleigh M.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi haleigh, i've been a family physician for 20 years. i've ...

Info/Experience/Opinions on XRay Tech?

I am currently enrolled in college and will soon be joining the nursing program, but I am having second (or third) thoughts. A few months back, I was asking around and wanting to explore different options to choose as my lifelong career but then settled back down with nursing. Now, I am...

#radiology #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Active Apr 23 at 02:34

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Posted by Taylor C.
Beth Garrett | Sr. Research Nurse at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute It is important to really love your job. Personally, I think ...

What are some of the different branches of medical science?

I'm interested in medical science but I'm confused about choosing the branch. #doctor #professors...

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Active Nov 28 '17 at 11:35

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Posted by Shravani N.
Ross Greek | Retired Psychologist I suggest you volunteer at a hospital and talk with your ...

If I want to become a physician assistant, should I major in biochemistry or biology?

I would like to attend a graduate school with enough experience so that i can become a PA. #medicine #physician-assistant...

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Active Apr 03 at 17:31

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Posted by Jasminne V.
Sandhya Prasad PA-C | Physician Assistant Hi Jasminne! The short answer is either one. It depends on ...

What is the lifestyle of a pediatric surgeon?

My career goal is to be a pediatric surgeon #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

#pediatrics

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Active Apr 02 at 10:23

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Posted by Louisena O.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse I don't know much about the life of a pediatric surgeon ...

What is the most exciting thing about working in the medical career field?

I am a high school senior and I want to go to college for pre-med. I want to know what I have to look forward to. #medicine #japan #doctor #healthcare...

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Active May 27 at 02:26

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Posted by Erika K.
Debra Stender | Team Lead at DIRECTV Perhaps the most exciting thing for me personally when I was ...

What is the most fulfilling experience you can gain from working in the medical career field?

I am a high school senior and I want to know if medicine is the right path for me. #medicine #japan #doctor #healthcare...

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Active May 22 at 16:34

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Posted by Erika K.
Misty Miller | CLG @ AT&T DirecTV Depending on the concentration you go into. For example, you get ...

Are there any efficient ways to finish medical school earlier?

I understand that becoming a doctor is a long process but I want to finish my schooling earlier so that I can explore the world around me and to broaden my perspective of the world around me. #medical #travel #college-advice #medicine...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Dec 06 '17 at 20:13

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Posted by Vanessa B.
John Preston Corbin | English major at Georgia State University You don't have to finish early to do that. Set time ...

Are you able to work as a doctor while sick?

I may be sick but can still come in #doctors #medicine #healthcare...

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Active Mar 06 at 19:50

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Posted by Kris M.
Cindy Cesar | Student at New England College of Optometry Depending on how sick you are- if it's just a cold ...

How many years do you have to go to school to become a pediatrician?

Because I really wanna be a pediatrician I wanna work with babies. #pediatrics #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care #doctor...

#college

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Active Apr 08 at 22:42

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Posted by Katlyn D.

How closely do interventional radiologists and cardiologists work?

Premed candidate trying to learn about different specialties #medicine #cardiology #radiology...

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Active Oct 13 '17 at 14:57

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Posted by William G.
Mark Hansberry | President of Valley Radiologists PA I am not an interventional radiologist, however in the places I ...

What is one advice that you would give Pre-Medical students as they are pursuing to go to medical school?

I am asking because the odds of adding medical school is a small ratio to students that actually take the pre-med prerequisites. With odds like this, many people refuse to take pre-med if they will not have a shot. I am curious to see what professionals think. #college #medicne #medical-school...

#hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Active Apr 08 at 22:09

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Posted by Saul G.

Can a doctor live a fulfilling life as a doctor and as a parent?

I am asking this because out of all the doctors I have met throughout my time, they have said that they are extremely busy and barely go home. I am curious on how doctors manage their career and family life. Since I want to have children, this always gets me thinking at times. #medicine...

#work-life-balance #career-counseling #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 15 at 22:26

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Posted by Saul G.
Col Sen MP, Ph.D | Consultant & Career Coach Hello Saul,I am not a medical doctor but the answer is ...

What are some specific fields within biology or biochemical engineering that are currently lacking in positions?

I want to go into the medical field and major in biology. As of now I like everything in Biology and science and would like some help in narrowing things down. There are so many specific fields related to this category which I could choose from and I would like to know which one society is...

#medicine #biology #hospital-and-health-care #biomedical-engineering

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Active Nov 06 '17 at 19:20

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Posted by Maria A.
Shulin Low | Ph.D., mucosal immunology Hi Maria, There is one thing you need to know, Science ...

What can I be doing now, while in high school, to prepare for a major in nursing?

I have taken all the health science courses my school offers, and I'm signed up for CNA next year. I'm also in HOSA. What else can I do? #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner #hospital-and-health-care #medical...

#medicine

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Active Apr 15 at 16:01

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Posted by Hannah B.
Jenny D., RN | Registered Nurse Consider obtaining a CNA or EMT-B license and working in a ...

If I want go into pre-med, do I have to get my undergraduate studies in Math or science? Or can I branch out and get a minor in Libral studeies?

I would like to use my undergraduate studies to branch out and grow in the field of humanities but I am interested in becoming a pediatric surgeon specializing in trauma. #medical #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

#healthcare

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Active Mar 20 at 03:01

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Posted by corrah G.
Candace Bellamy | Singer/Songwriter at In My Lane You can get a liberal arts degree but keep in mind ...

To specialize in a particular field of nursing, what are the steps?

I want to specialize in neonatal nursing, and are wondering the steps to take to achieve my goal! #nurse #nursing #hospital-and-health-care #science...

#college

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Active Oct 26 '17 at 22:42

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Posted by Noelle B.
Nick Collins, MS, RN, CNS | Critical Care & Cardiogenomic Clinical Nurse Specialist | ... Hi Noelle, specialty areas such as #criticalcare and #neonatology in #nursing ...

What are the downfalls of being a nurse?

I am thinking about becoming a nurse and I was wondering if there were any major factors that I might want to know about before proceeding a degree. #nursing #nurse #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 09 at 12:34

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Posted by Melanie K.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Melanie!I hear the challenges of being a nurse can be ...

What's the hardest part about your job?

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Active Mar 02 at 13:00

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Posted by Javonte S.
Theresa Boyd, M.D., FCAP | Clinical Pathology /Transfusion Medicine The politics of medicine that can get in the way of ...

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