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WHAT IS THE HARDEST THING ABOUT BEING IN THE MEDICAL FIELD?

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Active Apr 04 at 09:20

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Posted by nicole M.

What are some pros and cons to becoming a registered nurse?

I'm thinking about becoming one and would love to hear more about your experiences and thoughts on the career! #nurse #jobs #hospitals #nursing...

#registered-nurses

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Active Apr 11 at 13:01

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Posted by Arliene A.
Stephani Hunt | MSN, RN, WCC, OMS, ONC- Medical Surgical Clinical ... Nursing is the hardest job you will ever love. You will ...

What is the best and worst part of being a registered nurse, and do you get taken advantage of by the healthcare system?

I am a senior in high school thinking about becoming a RN. I would like to know if you love you job? Do you get taken advantage of? Any information would be great! #doctor #medicine #nursing #healthcare...

#hospitals

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by April P.
Kathleen Madden | Healthcare Professional The best part of being a nurse is helping people through ...

What is the hardest part and challenges of being Diagnostic medical sonographers?

I am a senior in high school thinking of my options,and i know i want to work in the medical field. What are the challenges you may face working in this type of field? Any feedback would be great! #medicine #medical #hospitals #medical-sonography...

#medical-sonographer

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by April P.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi April, A Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is a Diagnostic Ultrasound Professional ...

What are the requirements to being a diagnostic medical sonographer?

I am a senior in high school looking into this field of study and wondering about the education requirements. I am also wondering about how life in the military with this career would be. #medical #medical-field #hospitals...

#medical-sonography

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Dakota S.
Michele Pack FASE RDCS RVT | Supervisor of Cardiovascular Services The best thing to do is go to an accredited school ...

What should I really focus on in school if I want to become a doctor?

I want to help people feel better and I want to prepare for my future. I am a 7th grader. #doctor #biology #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

#hospitals

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Active Mar 25 at 16:45

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Posted by Litzy V.
Ameena Nalim, PhD, MPH | Global Public Health Consultant with LMIC experience To get into Medical School, you have to take a test ...

I want to learn about what A Day in Life is like for a Nurse Practitioner. I have learned that if you are too sensitive you might need to reconsider your career options? Is this true?

Im asking because I learned that you may see many hurt people including people's death. I am a very sensitive person and hate seeing really hurt people. Should I think twice? #nursepractitioner #hospitals #medical...

#nurse-management

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Active Mar 21 at 15:15

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Posted by Azucena P.
Terri Sutterfield | Supervisor, LD & Local Switch Provisioning Azucena, I am glad that even though this is a field ...

How do I find a part time job working with a doctor/medical professional?

I'd love to learn more about the work that doctors/medical professionals do. I thought that finding a job working alongside a medical professional might help me learn. What options exist? #doctor #professor #medical #hospital-and-health-care #hospitals #career #college...

#education

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Active Mar 20 at 19:13

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Posted by Shravani N.
Angela Redito Ichinose | Hematology/Oncology Nurse Hi Shravani, great to hear that you want to get involve ...

What classes are best to take in high school for someone who wants to be a doctor?

I want to make sure that I'm taking the right classes. #expert #doctor #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #hospitals #health...

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Active Dec 19 '17 at 07:53

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Posted by Dorcas H.
shi baozeng | 销售 at Dell 1

What factors/requirements are medical schools mainly looking for in the resumes and applications of prospective students?

I am thinking ahead about what my goals and priorities should be in undergrad in order to have a well-rounded application for when it's time to apply for medical schools. #medicine #medical #hospital-and-health-care #hospitals #science...

#college

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Active Oct 16 '17 at 08:58

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Posted by Elysia R.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi elysia, i graduated med school in 1993 and have been ...

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 any schools specialize specifically in pediatrics?

Or is it just medical school in general #doctor #medicine #healthcare #pediatrics #hospital...

#hospitals

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Active Nov 06 '17 at 15:15

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Posted by julio D.
Erin Hickman | Clinical Informatics Fellow, OHSU | Pediatrician, Legacy Health No. Generally a student completes college (with premed requirements, but any ...

How much money is made during college internships for hospitals and residency's?

Specifically hospitals in North Carolina #college #hospitals #residency #medicine #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 22:57

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Posted by Alexis B.

What's it like to be a male nurse in a field where women predominate?

I'm considering to start nursing school by fall 2017 and I'm really interested in knowing what challenges I could be facing after graduation. I love helping people; therefore, I think this career path is a good choice for me. I love being challenge on an everyday basis and I can't wait to...

#nursing #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #nurse #hospitals #registered-nurses

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Active Apr 09 at 15:34

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Posted by Enrique L.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hey Enrique!I think it's great you are asking this question about ...

How important is volunteer experience in a healthcare setting in preparation to becoming a nurse?

I have not yet volunteered at any hospitals or nursing homes but know that it's important to get volunteer experience. #nurse #healthcare #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner #volunteer #hospitals...

#nursing-homes

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Stephanie W.
Debbie Chow | English Language Teacher at English Time I believe that any type of volunteer experience is beneficial as ...

Will hospitals hire high school students to work over the summer?

I'm a high school sophomore and very interested in science but I'm not sure if I want to go into medicine or not. I thought working at a hospital over the summer might give me some good ideas. Do hospitals allow 16-year-olds to work with patients? #medicine #science #high-school-students...

#summer-internship #hospitals

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Olivea V.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Olivea, You might be able to get some volunteer positions. One ...

What classes do i need to take for nursing ?

Im interested in nursing and want to know what to expect. #nursing #university #hospitals #texas #america...

#dallas

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by maria R.
Cielo Ortiz | Registered Nurse at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hi! Depending on the school you go to, the actual nursing ...

Can I become a doctor but not have my own hospital?

I want to become a doctor but i don't want my own hospital, can I do this? #doctor #hospital-and-health-care #medical #business #hospital...

#hospitals

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Active Mar 12 at 14:54

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Posted by shaheen S.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Of course you can! Typically doctors work out of several hospitals ...

How long do I have to stay in school to be a psychiatrist? Also what should I major in?

I am asking because I get a different answer every time I ask someone. I have about two more years until I get to college but I want to know ahead of time. #medical-school #psychiatry #medical #science #hospital-and-health-care #hospitals...

#college

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Active Oct 19 '17 at 21:47

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Posted by La'Nyah M.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center A psychiatrist is a medical doctor. So you will do 4 ...

How to become a successful brain doctor?

Hello! I am putting this question because i want to become a brain doctor.I am very interested to operate a brain. #doctor #teaching #nursing #professor #nurse #counselling...

#hospitals

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:16

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Posted by keerthana B.
Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center Hello agian Keerthana, I do not completely understand (as in do ...
Sarah Kinnison | Founder: Bright Ideas Education Studio You should probably get the answer from actual doctors- but a ...

What is a better place to work at as an OB/GYN: a clinic or a hospital?

No one on the internet seems to have a solid answer for this question so I am consulting the career village experts to help me way the pros and cons of working at both including the salary and work hours for both. #obstetrics #hospitals #ob-gyn #gynocologist #clinics...

#financial-planning

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:49

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Posted by Nada D.
syed nouheer While OB/GYN is known for one of the worst/unpredicatable lifestyle in ...

Regarding the future of Physician Assistants, do you believe they will be allowed to do more in their respective areas of work.

I am considering a career as a Physician Assistant and I have always heard that PAs are not allowed to do as much as the Physicians. I am curious about the job and how it will change in the future. #doctor #science #medical #pre-med #physician #careers #hospitals #hospital...

#career #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Jan 09 at 11:37

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Posted by Christian G.
Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE | Medical Practice Executive Wow this is such a good question Chrisitan! It's also really ...
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Debra, Career prospects As a newly qualified occupational therapist in ...

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