I am currently a freshman at a community college and am thinking about switching my major to become a neonatal nurse. However I am skeptical about it because of the fact that I am currently pregnant and I'm not sure that I would make it through.
Because I want to get a head start on looking for colleges.
Im interested in being a nurse yet i really would love to be a pediatric nurse and i just want to know if there are other requirement or classes ill need to take.
should i go to college for nursing and then go back to be a pediatrician or should i just go in straight and study for peds ?
I want to be a pediatrician but i'm scared ill only be good enough for nursing. I don't wanna mess up.
I am wondering because I would like to become a neonatal nurse.
I need some good schools
What kind of classes in need
What are some classes
What are some of the benefits and how would some of these help me
I would like to know more about this career. Thank you!
My name is Desiree I am 15 years of age. I love kids even babies. I want to go to a college that is going to help me out with this career so I can help these kids get better and make their life a whole lot better.
I want to become a pediatrician so I would like to know what they make a year.
Hey! I am hoping to become a Pediatric Nurse someday, and I was wondering what the best part of being a Pediatric Nurse is? What is the worst part? Or the hardest part? Thanks for your help! I appreciate it!
Hey! I am super interested in becoming a Neonatal nurse, but everyone I talk to about it says how emotionally challenging it is, how stressful it is, and how only certain people will ever be able to do it. I was wondering, how do you know if you "have what it takes" to be a Neonatal nurse? If you ar
I am asking this question because If I was unhappy with it I could change to another major.
Hi, i'm Emily and I don't know if I should become a vet or a pediatrician. I've wanted to become a vet for my whole life, but I have recently had an interest in caring for children (and babies especially). I think I could have a good possibility of becoming a vet, but I want to get paid a lot. Does
in case i wish to change what kind of nurse i am
If you could change or add something that would improve nursing, as a whole, what would it be and why?
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I want to know what makes someone so excited about their job.
What is something that you stumbled on or struggle with while studying to become a registered nurse and how has it impacted your career and life?
I am asking this so I can take it into consideration when I start studying to become a nurse.
I've been told to start out with my associates and get my RN, and then later explore an RN to BSN program. But I've also been told going to school for the two years to get my RN instead of getting my BSN right away would be a foolish mistake, and I would never find a job. What route should I take to
What is the best way to maintain your money usage in college? After College Graduation Where should I start applying for jobs?
After College I want to be able to get a job that starts at a decent annual salary and start paying off my college debt. My Parents Recent House Hold Income is about $34 to $35,000. I want to be smart at stabilizing my money usage during college so when I graduate college I want to be able to start
I want to become a nurse.
College is really intimating to incoming freshman like me. I would like to know what was the most difficult lesson taught, so I can really be prepared!
My dream has always been to be a pediatric nurse, however I always have to be open minded in the bad that can come with it. My question is for me to understand not only the good but also what more there is to the other side of the story.
I want to be a nurse, I love kids and infants, but what does it take to become a pediatric nurse? Do I have to be an RN?
I want to be either a pediatrician or veterinarian.
I am obsessed with the medical field and I love hearing healthcare providers stories.
I am asking my question because this is the career field I am pursuing when I go to college next fall .
I am asking my question because after I graduate from highschool I would like to work in my field within five or six years .