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What is the best resource to study for the Kaplan Nurses entrance exam?

I will be taking the exam in the spring and want to be prepared. #nurse #entrance #nursing-student #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare...

#nursing

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Active Apr 06 at 21:17

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Posted by Courtney F.

What pre-requisite classes will I need to get into a Medical Imaging Program?

I am interested in going into the field of Medical Imaging #medicine #healthcare #medical-imaging #medical-terminology #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Apr 22 at 03:11

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Posted by Maci A.
Amy K. Jean, PA-C | Physician Assistant with experience in family practice and ... Courtney is correct, each program will have their own prerequisites. When ...

What are the challenges of creating and operating a group home in Georgia?

I have noticed that the orphanage concept is not very common in the US but I have seen several group homes and children shelters. I would like to have a group home or shelter but operate it more like a traditional orphanage if that is possible. #social-work #social #hospital #medical #college...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 21 at 15:01

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Posted by Dionne H.
Donna Hurrell | Nurse Manager Kaiser Permanente There are group homes that are for children that need a ...

Is being a pediatrician a fun experience?

I am asking this question because later in my life I want to become a pediatrician to help children around the world to stay healthy and to be informed. I want to know if being a pediatrician is fun because I don't want to always have to be serious and not have any fun in my job. #doctor...

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

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Active Apr 07 at 22:16

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Posted by Anthony L.
MICHAEL BRAFF, MBA | Biomedical Engineering Manager Being any kind of doctor is a lot of hard work. ...

What is it like to work in a hospital with children who have cancer?

My other career is to be children's cancer hospital because I want to help kids with cancer and make their life better and try to help them with their life's and their dream to be because I always think what happen if one of my family has cancer and I don't want anyone to die from cancer. I...

#oncology #pediatrics #cancer #hospital #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Active Apr 06 at 22:04

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Posted by Angie T.
Ryan K. Sauers | Fulfillment Team Member From the perspective of being on the receiving end of the ...

What Education Do You Need To Be A Coroner?

I've watched CSI, Cold Case Files, and like shows all of my life. I have always wanted the experience to be able to examine human bodies for clues and evidence. #doctor #medical-examiner #education #career #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Nov 21 '17 at 23:32

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Posted by Bethany E.
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Bethany - you can use Google to easily find information. You ...

As an Obstetrician/Gynecologist, will work interfere with personal time with your family?

I am a young high school student who is still trying to decide the right career choice that will not only make me happy and help me become successful in life, but to allow me to make time for my family. I admire careers that allows me to take care of babies or in this case deliver babies, so I...

#doctor #science #medical #hospital-and-health-care #obstetrics #gynecologist

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Active Jan 09 at 11:01

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Posted by Laurie P.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Hello Laurie, First and foremost it is important to recognize that ...

As an Obstetrician/Gynecologist, how does the transition from the hospital to the clinic your an Gynecologist at work? Are you working in both a clinic and hospital or either one?

I am an aspiring Obstetrician/Gynecologist and I would like to know how do you know what day your delivering a baby or just being a gynecologist for that day. Are you working in both a clinic and hospital or either one? #doctor #obstetrics #gynecologist #medical #science...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Jan 24 at 22:46

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Posted by Laurie P.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center I have worked with many OBGYN over the years. Normally they ...

Why is Obstetrician/Gynecologist a combined profession? Why isn't it two separate careers?

I am interested in the field of Obstetrician/Gynecologist and I would like to know why these two professions aren't two separate careers. As an Obstetrician you usually work in a hospital to deliver babies and as a Gynecologist you usually work in a clinic, why are the two professions combined?...

#doctor #science #medical #hospital-and-health-care #obstetrics #medicine

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 10:30

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Posted by Laurie P.
Deb Pahl | Seeking Upper Management Level Position in Nurse Case ... OB docs are ones who care for moms and babies until ...

What do you personally consider the best strategy to study for the MCAT?

Mainly asking this question because this next year is my junior year of college and I need to start studying for it. #college #doctor #healthcare #pre-med...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 13 at 13:37

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Posted by Haley P.
Sanaz Rykwalder M.S, D.O | Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine I think if it is your first time to shop around ...

What states have loan repayment programs for rural healthcare providers?

I am a third year physical therapy student. Student loans are something that wears on every student, my only opportunity after college for physical therapy school was a private school. Thus student loans were much higher than I would have liked. I am interested in moving to a state in a rural...

#healthcare #college #hospital-and-health-care #finance #government

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Brenton W.
Katia Sims | RN, BSN Hello Brenton, Take a look on this web site http://www.aacn.nche.edu/students/financial-aid#loan It ...

As an aspiring doctor, what skills/strengths should I focus on besides the fundamental ones?

I am a rising senior and extremely determined to be a doctor, I would like to know what skills/strengths I should know. #medicine #doctorate-degree #neuroscience #hospital-and-health-care #career...

#science

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Active Mar 28 at 00:46

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Posted by Chaveli P.
Cailin Mondo | Aspiring academic advisor with a Bachelor's degree from ... This is an answer based solely on my personal experiences but ...

Are there ways to pay off your student debt through medical school?

I know it can get expensive and medical school can cost a lot of money, but is it true that you can go to rural places or even other countries to pay of your student debt? #medical #hospital-and-health-care #medicine #doctor #college #career...

#career-counseling

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Active Nov 17 '17 at 23:58

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Posted by MeMe D.
Donna Hurrell | Nurse Manager Kaiser Permanente Hello, There are ways in which student debt is paid off ...

With wanting to go into the medical field, do you get to have some practice (hands-on)?

I want to know if I would be able to do practice on people. #doctor #medicine #healthcare #pediatrics #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 25 at 16:51

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Posted by Sophia C.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi sophia.i graduated from med school in 1993 and have been ...

When looking into studying nursing, what are three things you should know that most people don't realize are apart of the career?

I am looking at studying nursing, but I want to make sure it is the right fit. #nurse #nursing #science #college #higher-education #hospital-and-health-care...

#medicine

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Active Mar 25 at 20:11

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Posted by Grace D.
Mary Marz | Hospital & Health Care Professional As a pharmacist, I would say that you will most likely ...

How often are doctors reprimanded for covering for uninsured patients?

And what punishments would be given like would I be fired right away? I know money is always an important factor but was wondering if most doctors are punished for breaking rules for patients #doctor #hospital #hospitals #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

#science

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Active Mar 21 at 14:14

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Posted by leo M.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Hi Leo that is a really good question with several correct ...

Do I need to still attend medical school to fulfill a career as a Dermatologist?

I've done some research but haven't found a definite answer if medical schooling is a requirement to become a Dermatologist. I love skin care products, and it's my dream to create my own line to help people feel confident in their own skin. #medical-school #dermatology #skin-care-products...

#medicine #science #medical #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 22 at 16:17

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Posted by Ariel B.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse You need a 4 year undergraduate degree, 4 years of medical ...

How common is it to find a job as an anesthesiologist?

I would love to hear someone perspective on this field because I would love to one day become an anesthesiologist! #doctor #medical #anesthesiologist #field #hospital-and-health-care #science #medical...

#medicine

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Active Dec 07 '17 at 06:39

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Posted by Chyna G.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center I work with many and they seems to work to much! ...

Are there any programs or internships that would increase my chances of getting into Medical School and help get more hands-on experience in the Nashville area?

I am going to study biology on a pre-med track at Vanderbilt next fall, and I want to do whatever I can to become the best doctor possible. I would love to find some sort of program to put me ahead of the game. #pre-med #internship #vanderbilt #medical #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Dec 02 '17 at 20:17

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Posted by Brianna B.
Alissa James | ✤ Contract Recruiter | Interview Coach | Career ... Hi Brianna - I think you should contact The Children's Hospital, ...

Are there any programs or internships that would increase my chances of getting into Medical School and help get more hands-on experience in the Nashville area?

I am going to study biology on a pre-med track at Vanderbilt next fall, and I want to do whatever I can to become the best doctor possible. I would love to find some sort of program to put me ahead of the game. #medicine #healthcare #pre-med #educators #doctors #medicine #hospital...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Nov 19 '17 at 21:16

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Posted by Olivia B.
Ellie Skinner | Travel Registered Nurse at LRS Healthcare I don’t know specifically about the area you live in 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 does a typical week look like in the nursing program?

It is the major I would like to pursue. I want some background information on how everything works before I tackle it. #medicine #nursing #nurse #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Feb 26 at 00:42

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Posted by Miche M.
Haylei Lorca | Registered Nurse- Peds Psych, PMHNP Student It depends on what part of the program you are in. ...

What study tools were used to be prepared for the registry exam?

I am in the radiology program at Northern Kentucky University. I still have another year to think about the boards test, but it doesn't hurt to start getting prepared a little early. #degree #radiology #radiology-tech #radiology-education #hospital-and-health-care...

#science

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Active Oct 15 '17 at 05:20

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Posted by nakiiyah S.

I am also considering being an Oncologist, I want to know what your average day is like?

Just trying to figure out what I want to do for the rest of my life. #doctor #doctorate-degree #oncology #science #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 30 at 16:05

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Posted by Aubree D.
Suzette Brown-Jones, MSN, FNP-BC | --The Future is ours to create Hi Aubree D., An oncologist is a physician who specialize in ...

What should I major in if I plan to become a dermatologist?

Since I started high school, I've been interested in dermatology but I'm not sure what to major in in order to pursue this career path. #doctor #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...

#medical

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Active Nov 28 '17 at 20:52

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Posted by Mariana M.
Othilia Jackson | Experienced Medical Laboratory Scientist medical laboratory science is a great major if you want to ...

Is becoming a doctor better in the long run than being a nurse?

I would like to either be a pediatric nurse or pediatrician and I'm not sure if being a doctor would be easier in the long run and better for me than being a nurse. What do you do differently when you are a doctor that you can't do as a nurse? #pediatrician #pediatric-nursing #doctor #nursing...

#medicine #science #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Oct 27 '17 at 12:11

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Posted by Alexandria L.
Victoria (Vickie) Montrose | Consulting: Concur Expense, Travel Integration, Project Management, Functional ... Hi - Even though I am no longer in the medical ...

What are the benefits of working a traveling physical therapy program?

I have heard of "Nurses Without Borders" and am aware that there are physical therapy options like this as well. What are the positives when working for a company like this? #therapy #physical #physical-therapy #science #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Nov 04 '17 at 21:13

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Posted by Paige D.
Luke Pedersen, PT, DPT | Doctor of Physical Therapy at Total Performance Physical ... Hey Paige, Nurses Without Borders, or more commonly Doctors Without Borders, ...

What specific skills does one need to be an oncologist?

I'm Dominica and a junior in high school. I have a passion for the medical field and I want to be an oncologist because I want to save the lives of cancer patients, and end up finding a cure for cancer. #psychology #pediatrics #pharmacy #oncology #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Nov 08 '17 at 23:22

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Posted by Dominica D.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center Empathy and compassion are some of the most important skills necessary! ...

does it matter what to major in college to get into a medical school?

i considering going to med school but don't know if i should major in pre-med or if it even matters #medicine #college-major #pre-med #biology #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Jan 09 at 11:11

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Posted by maxim A.
Eric Newton | Microbiologist Hey there Maxim, Generally Pre-med courses are universities (at least in ...

Is there anyway to get a doctrine degree and take undergraduate classes at the same time?

I want to be an anesthesiologist but I don't want to be in school forever :( #college #doctor #doctorate-degree #anesthesiologist #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Dec 04 '17 at 18:36

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Posted by Courtney D.
Aaron A. Ali, MD | CEO, CoFounder at HeLiX Courtney, The become an anesthesiologist, you have to get an undergraduate ...

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