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What do you like most about your job in medical imaging?

I am currently a graduating senior going to college to major in medical imaging. I wanted to know what part of this job is someone's favorite part. I want to know what I should look forward going into this major. #medicine #ultrasound #radiologist #radiology-students #medical-imaging...

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Shelley DeReu RN, BSN, ARRT(N)’s Avatar
Active Jul 10 at 21:19

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Posted by Katelyn  Q.’s Avatar Katelyn Q.
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Shelley DeReu RN, BSN, ARRT(N) | Endoscopy and Radiologic Nurse Hi Katelyn, I am a Nuclear Medicine Technologist and after 23 ...

How does one begin to specialize in a medical area of study?

I have a few medical topics that I'm more interested in studying than others. These might just be questions that I will have answered when I learn more in medical school, but topics like brain activity have a lot to offer in terms of research. If a person wants to begin specializing in a...

#healthcare #career-choice #hospital-and-health-care #neuroscience #medicine #career-counseling

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Active Nov 17 '17 at 12:04

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Posted by Maddy D.’s Avatar Maddy D.
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Nick Collins, MS, RN, CNS | Critical Care & Cardiogenomic Clinical Nurse Specialist | ... So first-off, I'm a non-physician, however I have several colleagues and ...

For a neonatologist, are there constant needs for research and education in the NICU?

I'm an incoming sophomore at the University of the Incarnate Word. I've developed the love for working in the NICU in high school when I was a volunteer at the local hospital and now I essentially want to make a career out of it. I was able to shadow some doctors during my time there and only...

#neonatal #doctor #health #hospital-and-health-care #research

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Julie Garcia, MSN, APRN, CNS, CCRP’s Avatar Casey O'Brien’s Avatar Julie Garcia, MSN, APRN, CNS, CCRP’s Avatar Rehana Dharani, CPC’s Avatar
Active Mar 05 at 21:36

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Posted by Mariana R.’s Avatar Mariana R.
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Julie Garcia, MSN, APRN, CNS, CCRP | Clinical Research Nurse Hello,While there are Research needs in this population you will see ...

How rigorous is the post medical school path for someone looking into internal medicine?

I am a High School senior that is very committed to going into the medical field and is curious about different specialties pros and cons #healthcare #health #hospital-and-health-care #family-medicine #internal-medicine...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Farhan T.’s Avatar Farhan T.
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Michael Lea | Physical Therapist Professional school like medical, lawyer, therapist, are a different realm of ...

What are some ways you cope emotional stress related to being a nurse?

I'm asking this question because I know the answer will vary person to person. I believe having a strategy for dealing with emotional stress is crucial when you work with life and death. #nursing #medical #healthcare #registered-nurses...

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Janet Hobbs’s Avatar Angela Coffman’s Avatar Dheeraj Nagpal’s Avatar Lauren Swanson’s Avatar
Active Mar 14 at 21:01

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Janet Hobbs | Associate Director Medical Library at Cedars-Sinai Most hospitals or health care facilities offer stress reduction and emotional ...

What should I expect after graduation from nursing school?

I am going into to my sophomore year of college and I am already in a four-year nursing program. I am think towards the future and am curious to what I should expect after I graduate. I know it is three years down the road, but I just want to be prepared #nursing #medical #health #care-giver...

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

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Active Apr 17 at 17:38

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Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center Once you have graduated you will be excited and probably overwhelmed ...

How do I become an anesthesiologist?

As of right now i'm planning to go to school to become a nurse anesthetist but i have no idea what is the best step for me to take to pursue my career as an anesthesiologist #medicine #nurse #hospital-and-health-care #anesthesiologist...

#nurseanesthetist

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Katia Sims’s Avatar Angela Coffman’s Avatar Dheeraj Nagpal’s Avatar Cindy Cesar’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Katia Sims | RN, BSN Medical school and nursing school are two different processes. You stated ...

What is the most rewarding, yet difficult experience you've had with a patient as a nurse so far?

I know nursing is for me, but I've always been worried about the emotional strain this career may have on me. By nature I like to think I am a caring person and its not uncommon for me to get emotionally invested in people quickly. I'm afraid that interacting with those who are in pain or in a...

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

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Angela Coffman’s Avatar Jenny D., RN’s Avatar Mary Wickenheiser’s Avatar
Active Nov 29 '17 at 20:32

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Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center I think the most emotionally draining one often are the most ...

how often do you have to deliver bad news to patients and how do you go about it?

I once read this article about the "proper way" to inform parents that they're having a child with Down Syndrome and I just wanted to see if it happens often #doctor #obstetrics #obstetrician #gynecologist #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

#healthcare

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Angela Coffman’s Avatar
Active Oct 15 '17 at 12:08

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Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center Most families prefer it straight, no fluff, don't sugar coat it. ...

I want to work in a hospital. How will I apply after I get my ph.d?

I want to be a neurologist that works in a hospital? #doctor #doctorate-degree #hospital-and-health-care #neuroscience #neurology...

#medicine

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Naiara Barbosa’s Avatar
Active Jan 24 at 23:45

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Posted by Ariana L.’s Avatar Ariana L.
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Naiara Barbosa | Board-Certified Dermatologist To be a Neurologist and work as a physician (patient care) ...

What are some good colleges for future med students in undergraduate study that have good scholarship options?

I want to go to medical school to be a neurologist, and I am searching for undergrad schools that will lead me in that direction that have good scholarships to offer. #doctor #medical #neuroscience #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#neurology

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Ann Gianoglio Burk, MBA’s Avatar
Active Aug 16 at 20:25

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Posted by Sydney S.’s Avatar Sydney S.
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Ann Gianoglio Burk, MBA | Student/Customer Care Manager | Operations Handywoman | People ... Hi Sydney,College searching can be overwhelming, but I am confident you ...

What is the best major when planning to be a doctor?

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JENNA ZEBROWSKI’s Avatar Stacie Fales’s Avatar
Active Sep 10 at 19:17

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JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... There are prerequisites to get into medical school, and usually some ...

What is the best way to prepare for the MCAT

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Tracy Huang’s Avatar
Active May 25 at 10:18

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Tracy Huang | Interpersonal, Insightful, Integral Most of my friends, who are doctors or residents currently, took ...

What helped you in deciding to become a labor and delivery nurse?

I am really interested in a career in nursing. The one branch of nursing that really sparked my interest was labor and delivery nursing. #registered-nurses #pediatric-nursing #pediatrics #obstetrics #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare...

#medicine

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Patricia Ross, BSN-RN’s Avatar Angela Coffman’s Avatar James Garza’s Avatar
Active Apr 24 at 15:41

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Patricia Ross, BSN-RN | Registered Nurse Nursing is a very rigorous field. We are carefully trained in ...

How do you see the future of health care affecting doctors?

I've been advised my some previous college students that the cost of insurance is too much to pursue a career in medicine #doctor #pediatrics #medicine #healthcare #health-insurance...

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Theresa Boyd, M.D., FCAP’s Avatar Donna Hurrell’s Avatar James Garza’s Avatar
Active Mar 25 at 17:23

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Posted by Brett M.’s Avatar Brett M.
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Theresa Boyd, M.D., FCAP | Clinical Pathology /Transfusion Medicine I may be a bit old fashion, but medicine is more ...

If your residency consists of pediatric neurology, do you still have to go through fellowship?

I was wondering if I go through 7 years of pediatric neurology residency would I still have to do a fellowship that specializes in pediatrics? #doctor #dentistry #medicine #pediatrics...

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Active Mar 20 at 19:36

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Posted by Andrea C.’s Avatar Andrea C.
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Kwabena Sarpong MD, MPH | Associate Professor Baylor College Of Medicine ,Texas Children's ... Andrea to do pediatric neurology you will have to do two ...

I am also thinking about becoming a medical examiner, would Biology work for that work as well?

This is another career path that I am thinking about #doctor #medical-examiner #biology #medicine...

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Shawnee Simmons’s Avatar
Active Dec 22 '17 at 11:02

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Posted by Julia B.’s Avatar Julia B.
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Shawnee Simmons | Looking for the next Healthcare Opportunity I have been a Medical Examiner for 14 years and would ...

How much studying and homework do you do on an average day as a pre-med student?

I'm planning to go into Pre-Med in college. I know it's going to be a very vigorous four years, but want to know exactly how difficult it will be to take all the classes in the Pre-Med track. #pre-med #undergraduate #college-student #pre-medicine #medicine #healthcare...

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 22:02

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Erin Herd | Senior Manager, Global Service & Support I think the amount of homework will vary depending on the ...

How long does it take to become an RN and what are the steps?

I am going to become a nurse, but I'm unsure of how getting my basics, while studying nursing, works in college. #registered-nurses #nurse-midwife #nurse #nursing #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#medicine

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Nick Collins, MS, RN, CNS’s Avatar Jenny D., RN’s Avatar Julie Rubicz’s Avatar Angela Coffman’s Avatar
Active May 08 at 08:22

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Posted by Hannah G.’s Avatar Hannah G.
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Nick Collins, MS, RN, CNS | Critical Care & Cardiogenomic Clinical Nurse Specialist | ... As with most things in life the answer to your questions ...

If I were to become an OB/GYN or a Pediatrician, would obtaining a nursing degree be appropriate? Will I have to obtain a Chemistry or Biology degree instead?

I am currently a Junior in high school; however, I am also enrolled as a Dual-Enrollment student. Currently, I am working on classes to satisfy my high school requirements and soon after, I will begin working on my classes that are needed to obtain either an Associate's Degree or a Bachelor's...

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

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Active May 30 at 21:41

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Rachelle Barnett | Home Health RN You can get a nursing degree first, but it's not as ...

What is a day in the life as a surgeon?

I definitely want to pursue a career in medicine, but I can't really decide. #surgeons #nurses #medicine #surgery #healthcare...

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Jordan Rivera’s Avatar
Active Apr 09 at 15:39

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Posted by Allison S.’s Avatar Allison S.
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Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Allison!It's great to hear you want to pursue #medicine! I ...

Best Major and Minors to take in college to become a sports med doctor?

I want to be a sports medicine doctor in the future and was wondering which classes would best aid me in med school for my career path #anatomy #physiology #medicine #sports-medicine #college-major...

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Active Jan 17 at 22:05

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Posted by Pradyuth T.’s Avatar Pradyuth T.
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Rozalyn Moore | Physical Therapist at Kimbrough ACC Do you mean an orthopedic surgeon ? if so, you need ...

How demanding is a job in pediatric nursing?

I am currently deciding on which program to apply to- pediatric nursing or emergency-care nursing. #nursing #healthcare #registered-nurses #pediatrics #pediatric-nursing...

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Active Apr 17 at 17:38

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Posted by Lyndsey O.’s Avatar Lyndsey O.
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Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse I don't have the experience as a pediatric or emergency nurse ...

Is it possible for an OB-GYN not to become attached or effected by still born births? If so, how?

I am focusing on this area of expertise however I am aware of potential emotional events that way happen within my career as an Obstetrician. #medical #ob-gyn #medicine #career-counseling...

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Patricia Cox’s Avatar Ali Wilson’s Avatar
Active Oct 14 '17 at 07:11

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Patricia Cox | Career Consultant at Cox Career Pathways Is it possible for an OB-GYN not to become attached or ...

If I want to be a sterile processing tech, where should I begin?

I am interested in health care, but don't have the time, or grades, to do a Nursing Program. #nurse #tech #hospital-and-health-care #processing #sterile...

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Active Aug 06 at 22:56

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Posted by Clare B.’s Avatar Clare B.
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Leobardo Martinez II | Certified Surgical Technologist II at Methodist Dallas and ... First , look up which facilities have that position available, and ...

What are some jobs for majoring in Finance?

What are some possible occupations with an undergraduate degree in Finance #college #business #finance #entrepreneurship #hospital-and-health-care...

#corporate-finance

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Shawn A. Bananzadeh’s Avatar Melissa Hines’s Avatar Angela (Angie) Olesen’s Avatar MICHAEL BRAFF, MBA’s Avatar
Active May 17 at 11:35

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Posted by Bridget S.’s Avatar Bridget S.
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Shawn A. Bananzadeh | Senior Financial Analyst @ Google Self Driving Car ... Finance has a lot of variety and complexity, so it really ...

As someone interested in English, is it possible for me to become a doctor?

English is my passion, but my career goal is to become a doctor. Is it possible to study English in college and take the classes necessary to become a doctor? #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care #english #education...

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Stephanie Tran’s Avatar Calvin Cheng’s Avatar Alejandro Lara’s Avatar Othilia Jackson’s Avatar
Active Mar 06 at 21:43

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Stephanie Tran | Doctor of Optometry Candidate, 2017 Yes it is very possible, medical schools will have a list ...

Why did you choose MD over PA or PA over MD?

I want to work in the medical field but I am stuck between PA and MD. Both PA and MD had benefits and I just want to know how you were able to choose between the two. #medical #medicine #healthcare #doctor #physician-assistant...

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Do rural hospitals still help with student loans?

Looking at becoming a trauma doctor and was wondering if I work at a rural hospital do they help with paying off student loans. #erdoctor; #ruralhospital; #studentloan #financial-planning #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Mar 14 at 20:57

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Posted by David R.’s Avatar David R.
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Janet Hobbs | Associate Director Medical Library at Cedars-Sinai Most hospitals do, check with the human resources department at your ...

I'm a chemical engineering graduate and I hate this degree. I've always wanted to be a doctor and even after doing well at school, i was unable to get a place to study medicine. Now I'm stuck with this degree and I dont know what to do. Please help.

I initially chose chemical engineering as I thought that I could get into the pharmaceutical engineering side of the industry and I knew that they were sought after in the finance sector. Unfortunately my applications haven't worked out and there's no scope for chem eng in pharmaceuticals in...

#chemical-engineering #engineering #college #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #medicine

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Spruce Cox’s Avatar Luis Col Sen MP, Ph.D’s Avatar Michael Trocchia PE, CPIM’s Avatar
Active May 24 at 03:47

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Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist Hey KN,I’m glad you asked this question as tough as it ...
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