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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.’s Avatar nicole M.

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...

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Active Mar 25 at 16:45

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

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

Would it be better to work as a medical scribe or job shadow doctors?

I do not really have any experience with the medical field, and I really want more exposure because I think that I am interested in becoming a doctor. What way would you suggest to be the best way to introduce myself to and get more involved with this field? Is it difficult to be a scribe if...

#medical #hospitals #shadowing #doctor

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Active Jul 06 at 14:32

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Posted by Anna H.’s Avatar Anna H.
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Kelly Laporte | Network Technician I volunteered at my local hospital.  Did not do much work ...

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

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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Stephani Hunt’s Avatar Teresa Bentley’s Avatar
Active Apr 11 at 13:01

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

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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Teresa Bentley’s Avatar Terri Sutterfield’s Avatar
Active Mar 21 at 15:15

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Posted by Azucena P.’s Avatar Azucena P.
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Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... It is very wise for you to consider your personality for ...

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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Kathleen Madden’s Avatar Nicol Ardito’s Avatar Eileen Connors-Taofik’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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

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.’s Avatar keerthana B.
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Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center Hello agian Keerthana, I do not completely understand (as in do ...

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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shi baozeng’s Avatar Awei Zan’s Avatar
Active Dec 19 '17 at 07:53

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

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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Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE’s Avatar Aaron A. Ali, MD’s Avatar
Active Mar 21 at 14:14

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Posted by leo M.’s Avatar leo M.
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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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Erin Hickman’s Avatar
Active Nov 06 '17 at 15:15

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

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

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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Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE’s Avatar Patricia Chin A Fo’s Avatar
Active Mar 12 at 14:54

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

Can I make money through college internships in hospitals and through residencies?

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Active Aug 16 at 20:04

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Posted by Alexis B.’s Avatar Alexis B.
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Ann Gianoglio Burk, MBA | Student/Customer Care Manager | Operations Handywoman | People ... Hi Alexis,You can absolutely get paid during an internship. There are ...

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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Jordan Rivera’s Avatar Catherine Nelms’s Avatar
Active Aug 24 at 10:46

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

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

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.’s Avatar Nada D.
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syed nouheer While OB/GYN is known for one of the worst/unpredicatable lifestyle in ...

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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Debbie Chow’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Stephanie W.’s Avatar Stephanie W.
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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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Kim Igleheart’s Avatar Dra. Marisol Seguel Roa’s Avatar Deena Perez’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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

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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Angela Coffman’s Avatar
Active Oct 19 '17 at 21:47

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Posted by La'Nyah M.’s Avatar La'Nyah M.
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Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center A psychiatrist is a medical doctor. So you will do 4 ...
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Sarah Kinnison | Founder: Bright Ideas Education Studio You should probably get the answer from actual doctors- but a ...

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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Laura Barrett, APRN, FNP-C’s Avatar Angela Redito Ichinose’s Avatar Angela Coffman’s Avatar
Active Mar 20 at 19:13

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Posted by Shravani N.’s Avatar Shravani N.
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Laura Barrett, APRN, FNP-C | Nurse Practitioner Some hospitals and clinics use scribes that follow the healthcare provider ...

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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Karyn Aldridge MHA CMPE’s Avatar Anne Harvey’s Avatar
Active Jan 09 at 11:37

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