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What made you want to go into the medical imaging field?

I am interested in why others wanted to go into the medical imaging field. #medicine #ultrasound #radiologist #medical-imaging...

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Active Oct 25 '17 at 21:01

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Posted by Katelyn Q.
Paige Zint RDMS RDCS | Sonographer at Deaconess Health Systems I went into ultrasound. One of the biggest reasons I did ...

Have you withheld any beneficial care from your patients lately because of their wishes, against the wishes of their child?

I was thinking about the ethics of medicine which led me to this question. In this scenario, the patient has been in a horrible accident, the patient is 65, and is now on life support. This life support is the only thing keeping the patient alive. The patient's daughter who is 30 wants to...

#medicine #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Bryant N.
Katia Sims | RN, BSN Dr. Nagpal answered the question. It is not a simple process ...

What do you think is the biggest problem in medicine, and why?

I am asking becuase every family has been hit hard by a medical issue, whether it be heart, brain, or general. #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#doctor

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Active May 19 at 13:19

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Posted by Bryant N.
Wendy Perreault | University Relations Manager at CVS Health Corporation Rising healthcare costs is making access for many unreachable. Utilizing technology ...

Does nursing ever offer any moments that completely make you feel fulfilled, or does the job become repetitive and mundane as many other people feel about their jobs.?

It may sound too head-in-the-clouds, but as I've been told time and time again, "do what makes you happy." In a job that seems to require stoicism and perhaps some not-too-happy moments, by the time you perhaps feel that you have become numb to the environment, is it still fulfilling? Why does...

#medicine #nurse #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care #nursing

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Active Apr 20 at 17:26

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Posted by Megan M.
Beth Garrett | Sr. Research Nurse at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute Nursing has been a totally awesome ride!!! I started on an ...

What are some good advice for aspiring nursing students?

I am a pre-nursing student who wants to succeed in this competitive field. #nursing #students #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#college

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Active Apr 09 at 13:40

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Posted by Marianne A.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Marianne,The nursing field can be competitive but it is a ...

What are the best Nursing fields to work in?

I want to be a nurse but I never knew that there was more to it than just 'nursing'. There are actually different fields in nursing that I have never heard of and I just want to know what is the best and interesting fields. #nursing #nurse #medicine #healthcare...

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Active Dec 06 '17 at 15:18

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Posted by Alyssa V.
Rehana Dharani, CPC | Healthcare Recruiter I agree with Nyah. As a healthcare recruiter, I place Oncology ...

What makes DO's and MD's different?

I went into college thinking I was going to become an MD but I have recently been looking into becoming a DO (Doctor of Osteopathy). I know that the schooling is relatively the same but I am curious to know the distinctions between them other then the teachings of osteopathic medicine being...

#medicine #doctor #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Active Jun 16 at 04:26

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Posted by Haleigh M.
David George | Psychic Detective at David George Psychic/Medium Has anyone answered this for you yet? You can look this ...

is it possible to get hired by a hospital?

I'm interested in working in a hospital; what jobs are available to me? #doctor #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#obstetrics

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Active Jul 24 '17 at 17:59

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Posted by Kara T.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Yes of course! Hospitals employ all levels of staff and all ...

In your opinion, what is the most difficult thing about being a nurse?

I am an aspiring nurse and I want to know the cons about the job. #nursing #healthcare #registered-nurses...

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Active Apr 09 at 18:32

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Posted by Tiffany B.
Katia Sims | RN, BSN Depends on where you work and in what capacity. Generally speaking, ...

What's one thing nobody told you about being a doctor?

What's one thing nobody told you about being a doctor? #doctor #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

#science

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Active Apr 12 at 20:16

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Posted by Anand S.
Sanaz Rykwalder M.S, D.O | Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine That being in medical school and learning new information is like ...

Is being a pediatrician worth all the time and money?

I'm not sure what I want to become when I grow up but, I'm really considering becoming a pediatrician. No one in my family has ever been in the medical field so I have no idea what to expect. #pediatrics #doctor #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

#science

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Active Nov 13 '17 at 11:27

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Posted by Muna A.
Mary Clinton | Registered Nurse at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network That is a question you can only answer. You determine what ...

As a doctor, are you able to truly help someone?

I'm presuming a career as a doctor so I could help others. Hence It is very important for me to know if this job will truly fulfill my ambitions of helping others. #doctor #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#physicians

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Deepa S.
MICHAEL BRAFF, MBA | Biomedical Engineering Manager Not bein a doctor does not mean you can't help people. ...

What majors are good for a future OB/GYN to take besides Pre-Med or Biology?

I'm asking because some colleges don't really have a Pre-Med program and I don't want to pursue a major as general as biology or chemistry. #college #doctor #healthcare...

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Active Mar 29 at 00:04

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Posted by Grace U.
Mercy Ukpe | Physician Assistant, Certified Well, first of all, you have to make yourself an attractive ...

What medical schools have good opportunities for graduates wanting to be a OB/GYN?

After a graduate medical school, I want to be informed on where is a good place to start my residency for obstetrics & gynecology #medicine #obstetrics #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active May 02 at 19:51

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Posted by Grace U.
La'Tandra Semiens | Higher Education Professional Baylor College of Medicine located in the booming community of the ...

As a Physicians assitant, how hard is it to balance work, family, and a social life?

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 10:32

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Posted by Clerance S.
Dessie Paraskevas Hammond | PA-C Emergency Medicine at San Leandro Hospital & ... Great question! I have been a licensed PA for almost a ...

How does the job market look in the Radiologic Science field?

I am interested in this field of study #radiology #radiologist #science #hospital-and-health-care...

#college

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Active Dec 19 '17 at 21:45

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Posted by Maci A.
祖南 陆 | -- The employment market is definitely a major need for radiology, whether ...

When being in the medical field, what is the most stressful part about it?

Im asking because I'm going to college in the fall, and I want to be in medical field! Im not sure exactly what I wanna do but I have an idea such as being a general surgeon, and physician, or even plastic surgery. #medicine #healthcare #medical #hospital...

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Active Jan 24 at 23:23

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Posted by Destinie C.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center As a nurse, the most stressful part of the job is ...

Whats the best way about being a surgeon when you have a family or are planning to have one? Is it better to be a general surgeon or go into specialty?

Im really focused on becoming a vernal surgeon since it is my dream since I was little, and I am personally a family oriented person who would love to have a family of my own someday. But i realized that general surgeons work up to 12 hours daily and have to be available at ALL time when on "on...

#medical #parents #hospital-and-health-care #doctor

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Active Mar 22 at 16:18

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Posted by Destinie C.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse There are many subspecialties in surgery....I think being a doctor is ...

How does one handle unexpected circumstances, such as being short staffed and having to perform a treatment one has not done before?

I am asking this question because of my increasing curiosity in nursing. At my school, we go to the nursing home to practice our CNA skills. I have witnessed the nurses that work there have trouble because of lack of staff. I am just curious as to how one goes about getting the work done...

#medical #public-health #nursing #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 20 at 22:11

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Posted by Celena K.
Jenny D., RN | Registered Nurse This is a hard situation, but it happens a lot. I'm ...

What classes should I expect to take with a pre-medicine Bachelors degree?

I want to go into medical school what is the best bachelor major I can go into to prepare me for Medical school. #pediatrics #surgeon #medical #medicine...

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Active Oct 15 '17 at 01:27

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Posted by Sage H.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Sage, There isn't a specific major you need to take. ...

If I have a 3.4 gpa in high school would I survive the pathway of becoming a medical school student?

I've always wanted to goto medical school. #medical #hospital-and-health-care #medicine...

#college

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Active Nov 22 '17 at 13:45

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Posted by Terri J.
Scott Amor | Tax Associate at PwC Absolutely, high school gpa has little correlation to a college gpa ...

Will you get used to seeing gross things in the medical field?

I don't have a weak stomach perhaps but I am really caring now and if I see someone hurt bad, I don't think I could help myself but to do everything to help. I usually look away but being what I want to do, I have to get used to it. #doctor #medical #nurse #healthcare...

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Active Apr 12 at 15:32

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Posted by Courtney D.
Dan Terry As a former EMS worker I would have to say you ...

What is the best way to explore different options to find out what kind of nursing career I would be best suited for?

There are so many different nursing career options. I am taking Allied Health this year and have been able to look at different departments in a hospital setting. I know there are many more options out there for nurses. I still have no idea what kind of nursing career I want to have. This is...

#students #professionals #medicine #nursing #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Dec 01 '17 at 09:16

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Posted by Jessica R.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center During most nursing programs students are sent on a variety of ...

How difficult is it to change careers in the medical field?

I've always been interested in becoming a pediatrician due to my never ending love for children. However, I fear that once in the field I will not like what I do. Recently, the ER has caught my attention and I was wondering if there was a pediatric section in the ER? #pediatrics #pediatrician...

#medicine #hospital-and-health-care #emergency-room

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Active Nov 13 '17 at 11:19

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Posted by JENITZA V.
Mary Clinton | Registered Nurse at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network There are separate children ER's! You will go through your schooling ...

Does being an EMT help you skip a class or two when becoming a trauma Doctor?

I am currently an EMT basic getting my paramedics and am looking into becoming a trauma doctor #doctor #medical #technician #hospital-and-health-care...

#medicine

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Active 13 hours ago

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Posted by Ariel M.
David George | Psychic Detective at David George Psychic/Medium Look up books written by Norman McSwain MD (Trauma Surgeon) He ...
Suadid Alatallah | Anesthesiologist The anesthesia is a stressful job , but your knowledge and ...

How many years in college am i going to take to become a dentist?

I want to be a dentist but need to know what degree I need and how many years. #dentist #medical #medicine #hospital...

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Active Oct 29 '17 at 02:10

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Posted by Chawka A.
Debra Enneking | Highly experienced dentist specializing in dental restoration and ... Good evening, the prerequisites for dental school are a bachelor degree ...

What residency would you start out with to become a neonatal surgeon?

I feel such passion for helping children and babies in need. There are many ways to be found on the internet about what path can be taken to get there; however, I would like a professional opinion on what the best route is? #pediatrics #surgery #neonatal #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Oct 18 '17 at 13:51

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Posted by Bailey S.
Naima Garrett | General Pediatrician / Pediatric Urgent Care There is not one best way to take care of babies ...

How often do people say they love their job as being a pediatrician and does that connect to the hardships of the job?

I want to work a job that i truly love and doesn't really put too much stress on me. #hospital-and-health-care #doctor #pediatrics...

#medicine

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Active Oct 26 '17 at 21:26

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Posted by Bernadette K.
Donna Hurrell | Nurse Manager Kaiser Permanente I honestly think that it depends on the person. I have ...

This career has changed dramatically in the past five years. What have you seen from inside your job of being a pediatrician or workplace? what kind of changes do you think will occur in the next five years?

I want to see if there are going to be any changes in the future that could effect me as a new pediatrician and if i could be really eligible for a job opening or not. i don't want to enter in any field that is not growing or will not give me a job #pediatrician #pediatric-nursing #healthcare...

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Active Oct 15 '17 at 05:21

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