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What does the daily life of an obstetrician look like?

My name is Anna and I am a sophomore in high school. I have always been interested in pregnancy and how it works and I am wondering what someone who works in this specific field does on a daily basis. #obstetrics...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by Anna V.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Anna, check the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16SGnM_hstE

What are certain challenges you may face as an Ob/Gyn?

I am very passionate about becoming an Obstetrician....

#obstetrics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:40

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Posted by Melissa B.
somshankar banerjee | -- I think going through the below mentioned points will help you ...

What is it like to work in the NICU or in the delivery room?

I am looking at becoming a labor and delivery nurse or being a nurse in the NICU. I really want to work with babies but not sure which one to go with. Any advice would be great! #nursing #obstetrics...

#nicu

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Jade G.
Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... Dear Jade, It sounds like you have a great plan! When ...

What are some ways to job shadow someone?

I know that at my age there are little to no volunteering opportunities or internships or the like in the field that I want to get a taste of. So I am wondering if there are any OB/GYNs who are available to job shadow or if someone knows how to ask someone if they would be willing to be...

#gynecology #jobs #obstetrics #job-shadowing

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Nada D.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Talk to your school counselor about coop and intern and shadowing ...

What other work experience did you have to get to your career in healthcare?

I am asking this question because this is my goal career #obstetrics #gynecology #healthcare #medicine...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Mar 02 at 21:40

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Posted by Ty'Reyan S.
Cecily Schwimmer MS,CNM,NP | Advanced Practice Clinician. Clinical trainer and consultant Generally, to begin your career in healthcare, it is really the ...

Are there OB/GYN clinics that allow high schoolers to volunteer at?

I am a high schooler who is interested in the Obstetrics and Gynecology fields and I want to see what it is like to work at a clinic that specializes in these things. #volunteering #obstetrics...

#gynecology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:49

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Posted by Nada D.
Mukesh Kamat | Technical Support Specialist at Dell So you think you might want to go to Medical School ...

What is the salary of an Obstetrician?

I might want to go into the medical field and im wondering how much money they make? #doctor #obstetrics #medical-practice...

#medical-school

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Active Feb 11 at 21:23

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Posted by Anissa Z.
Michelle Arp MS, BSN, RN, CNM | Certified Nurse Midwife and residential rental property owner/manager The average salary in and around Atlanta is about $200,000.00. As ...

What kind of classes do you have to take on your way to becoming a OB GYN?

I'm asking this because I'm very interested in this career and I would like to know which classes I would have to take if I decide to go for it at the end. #medicine #obstetrics #gynecology #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 16 at 12:13

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Posted by Alexandra V.

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 ...

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...

#hospital

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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 ...

If I have never taken AP science classes before, do I have to attend a community College before going to a 4 year college if wanting to go into the medical field?

I'm asking this question because I love to know stuff like this in advance. #doctor #physician #obstetrics #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Oct 25 '17 at 22:38

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Posted by Jada G.
Paige Zint RDMS RDCS | Sonographer at Deaconess Health Systems No you don't! Most AP science classes aren't accepted by most ...

How do you balance being a doctor and your normal life?

Hi, I am a sophomore in high school and I want to be an OB/GYN when I finish college. I just want to know how easy it is to juggle work and home when doing a demanding job like this. It isn't like any other job, as I already know, but I want to know how to balance the two. I want to see how to...

#gynecology #health #obstetrics #women

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Te'yah J.
Joey Beyer MD, MSLIS | Clinical Pathology Resident Greetings Te'yah! This is a great question, and something very important ...

Are you still able to have a family when you become and OB/GYN, or should I be a PA?

I'm only going into eighth grade, but my sister is going to be a PA (which is not the reason I'm going for that specialty), so I want to figure what I wanted to do with my life early. I always strive to be on top, but I feel being an OB/GYN will destroy my dreams of having a wonderful family....

#hospital #gynocology #obstetrics #doctor

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:38

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Posted by Kelsey G.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Off course you could have both! Being a doctor is challenging ...

What high school courses can be taken in order to prepare for an OB/GYN career?

I plan on exploring or working in a career of obstetrics and gynecology, with a focus on gynecology. I want to be as readily prepared as possible for a career in gynecology, starting in high school. I've heard that medicine is difficult and requires a lot of preparation and dedication, and I...

#medicine #gynecology #obstetrics #gynecologist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Chantel M.

What does an OB/GYN do daily while on the job?

I want to become an OB/GYN once I'm older but I never really considered what that entails other than the highlights of the job. What does an OB/GYN really do normally on a day to day basis? #doctor #jobs #obstetrics...

#gynecology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Nada D.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Nada! You asked about a very hectic and unpredictable occupation. ...

What are the most interesting parts of being an OB/GYN?

I've always dreamed of being an OB/GYN. I would just like to know what makes the job worthwhile? #doctor #medicine #healthcare #obstetrics #science...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active May 18 at 22:38

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Posted by Haley F.
Pramuditha Rajapakse | MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery).Colombo This question brings me back to my first rotation of OB/GYN ...

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 ...

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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Active Oct 15 '17 at 12:08

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

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 ...

In what ways does Medical School differ from University?

I am planning on becoming a physician and I would like to know in what ways Medical school will be different than University and not in the obvious ways. I mean like the amount work, studying, deadlines, etc... I want to become an OB/GYN, but I think Medical school will the time of exploration...

#physician #neurology #doctor #obstetrics #neuroscience

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Cheyenne M.
Maria C Ramirez-Nieto MD | Behavioural Neurologist Medical school takes a serious amount of work and effort. Depending ...

What are the specific classes that I have to take in college if I want to go in the medical field?

I'm asking this question because I like to be prepared for everything. #doctor #obstetrics #career #hospital-and-health-care #hospital...

#medicine

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Active Dec 06 '17 at 08:20

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

What are some majors you should consider if you are planning to pursue a career as an Ob/Gyn?

I am very interested in this career in the Medical field. #college-major #obstetrics #medicine #academic-advising #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 23 at 20:07

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Posted by Melissa B.
Cailin Mondo | Aspiring academic advisor with a Bachelor's degree from ... I would recommend getting a Bachelor's degree in one of the ...

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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Active Apr 24 at 15:41

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

What Kind of Textbooks will i need for pre med

I am a senior applying to colleges for pre med ( I want to be an obgyn) so I kind of what to know roughly the cost and what books I possibly need #medicine #nursing #obstetrics #gynecology...

#pre

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Taylor B.
Cielo Ortiz | Registered Nurse at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs After registering for a course, you can enter your course number ...

How do people in the medical field deal with death on a daily basis?

I will be an obgyn hopefully one day and I want an idea #medicine #medical #obstetrics #obgyn #gynocologist...

#pre

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Taylor B.
Farid Khan | Physician, Medical Researcher I must tell you dealing with death for doctors is as ...

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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Posted by Evelyn T.
Myna Ojiabo | Physician Assistant Student Hello Evelyn! To become an OB/GYN or a Pediatrician you will ...

What is the best way to pay off university especially when you will be there for a long time?

I want to hopefully become an OB/GYN one day which is a doctor specializing in prenatal and women's health studies. This career path takes some 12 years of education to even become licensed so I need the least cost burdening method to paying off university. #university #scholarships...

#gynecology #student-loans #grants #obstetrics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:49

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Posted by Nada D.
Jason A. Wu | University Programs Coordinator | Google | Contracted by ... Hi Nada, The financial aspect of school definitely is very important. ...

What should I major in?

Hi, I am a sophomore in high school, and I want to be an OB/GYN. I know that I want to attend the University of Georgia, but I want to know what to major in as an undergraduate. I do not know what major would fit with my profession choice, and I need to know what would make the most sense to...

#biology #doctor #gynecology #medical #higher-education #hospital-and-health-care #obstetrics #healthcare #undergraduate

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Active Mar 26 at 21:33

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Posted by Te'yah J.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research Hi Te'yah, As others have pointed out, there is not a ...

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