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What is the best major choice to become a doctor

I recently needed to decide to major in biology or chemistry #medical...

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 11:55

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Posted by Sky R.
Yi Jiang | Resident of Internal Medicine at PUMCH Thanks for the question. I think school of life science or ...

What are the main differences between a nurse with a PhD and a physician ?

I’ve always wanted to become a Doctor, lately my mind fluctuates between the three. #RN #medicine...

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Active Mar 13 at 23:20

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Posted by Sundus J.
Laura Colombel | Healthcare Industry Strategist/Healthcare SMEs/Analytics & Research MD and Phd are both higher degrees. MD stands for Doctor ...

What are the education requirements to become a physician assistant?

I am a senior in high school interested in a medical career....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Aurora Z.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Aurora, Physician assistants work in collaboration with a licensed physician ...

What is the best physician position with a family?

I want to become a physician and I've heard that it take a lot of commitment. I also want to be able to have a family and be able to spend time with them. What type of Doctor would be a good fit?...

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 11:58

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Posted by Muna A.
Yi Jiang | Resident of Internal Medicine at PUMCH Thanks for the question. I believe Primary care, Family medicine, and ...

What does it take to become a physician?

I am asking because I want to be a physician....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:36

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Posted by Thomas C.
Robert Steed | Endocrinologist Most medical schools require the following for admission: 1. Undergraduate degree ...

Whats the difference between a Physcian Assistant and a Nurse Practitioner?

I am so confused about the difference between a PA and a Nurse Practitioner! I know that you have to work a bit as a nurse and then go back to school for a nurse practitioner, and a PA goes to work as soon as they graduate, without having to go back to school. (I think!) Is there any other...

#physician #nursing

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Angelina P.
MARGARET McLaughlin | Nurse Practitioner at Cigna - Alegis Home Physicians ... Great question Angelina. Both PA and NP have Masters Degree. however, ...

Is NEOMED an option for a physician assistant?

I plan to go to school to become a physician assistant and want to know all of my options....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Kassandra S.
Paul Lewis, MD, FAAFP,CPE, CPHIMS | Medical Director Baycare Health System What is NEOMED?

What are the requirements to become a physician assitant?

I'm 17 years old and I was wondering what are my requirements to become a physician assistant. Do I need my masters degree or can I become a well paid physician assistant with a bachelors degree? #healthcare...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Torriece W.
Stephanie Thomas | Customer Experience Expert • Problem Solver • Customer ... Hi Torriece! To become a Physician Assistant, you must complete an ...

Educational Requirements for a Physician's Assistant

What are the educational requirements for a Physician's Assistant? What major(s) should I focus on? #medical #physician...

#college-majors

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Leslie N.
Elizabeth Coccia | Higher Education Professional - M.Ed Most schools will have a specific set of prerequisite courses required ...

How much schooling would I need to become a Physicians Assistant?

I believe there is four years of pre-med, I just was wondering what would come after that. #medical #pre-med...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Cecelia J.
Paul Lewis, MD, FAAFP,CPE, CPHIMS | Medical Director Baycare Health System 2 additional years after that generally

What continuing education (after BSN) would it take to work as a nurse assistant to a dermatologist?

Or would I even need any extra education after the BSN? #doctor #nurse...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:11

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Posted by Lauren P.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Lauren, One can become a dermatology nurse by first earning an ...

Is getting into a Physician Assistant Program competitive? How Competitive?

I am asking because I would like to become a P.A #physician...

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Active Sep 23 '17 at 03:32

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Posted by Michael K.
Romy Lam | Physician Assistant at Las Palmas Emergency Hello Michael! I'm glad you are interested in PA school! Like ...

What studying methods/practices would you suggest for an undergraduate student to develop before medical school?

I'm a high school senior who will be persuing an undergraduate degree in pre-med, then plan to go to medical school and into the field of radiology. #doctor #physician...

#radiologist

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Active Dec 20 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Vanden G.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Study skills are important for every major. In general, it's important ...

Will the Physican Assistant Program become a Doctorate degree program in the future?

I want to be a P.A #physician...

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Active Sep 20 '17 at 19:58

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Posted by Michael K.
Andrea Caprio | Physician Assistant, Master of Business Administration (MBA) Hello, It's very likely many programs will transition from a Masters ...

Will I be at a disadvantage if I pursue a masters-level entry into nursing program instead of getting a BSN first?

I am going to Harvard in the fall to study, and they don't have a nursing program, but if I decided to pursue that career, I was wondering if it would work if I just did a direct entry program at Johns Hopkins or something or if it would be better to just go to PA school. #nursing #medical...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Mary B.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Mary, Thanks for the question and congrats on getting accepted ...

What does a typical week look like in the nursing program?

It is nursing-related since it is the major I am pursuing in higher education. #nursing #registered-nurses...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Miche M.
Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center Typically, the first two years look like any college student during ...

How could my salary, as an aspiring physician who is female and part of an under represented minority group, be affected in my future?

I have learned that in 2017 only about 34% of physicians were female. In addition to being female I am also a part of a minority group. I would like to know how these factors may play a role in determining my salary in my future career even though these facts have nothing to do with how I could...

#medicine #physician #female

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Active Mar 26 at 02:38

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Posted by Ana R.

How do i know i will be good at my career choice

I am 17 years old and I would like to become a doctor, I'm asking this question because I would like to know if I have what it takes to achieve this. #medical #biology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Sky R.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive No one knows the future! However, there are indications. Medicine is ...

Would you recommend being a nurse or physician assistant?

I am a pre-nursing student who was considering physician assisting for years but decided to switch to nursing because my parents wanted me to get a degree in something I could immediately make money off of (from my bachelors). I am not sure which career to do. Any recommendations? #nursing...

#physician #assistance

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Active Sep 20 '17 at 20:16

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Posted by Taylor B.
Eileen Connors-Taofik | RN CARE COORDINATOR at Peoples Health I recommend you to be a nurse practitioner. You'll have a ...

How can I create Sandow's dream world as a physician?

Dear Physicians and Health Fanatics: I am currently a high school junior with big dreams but little to no influence on society at the moment. After years of Cross Country running, amateur competitive boxing, and staying fit and healthy in general, I have come to espouse health & fitness as a...

#science #biology #doctor #health #physician

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Alexander N.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Alexander, A doctor can influence the world making a difference ...

how many years do i need to go to college to be an obstetrician gynecologist?

i'm doing a research project- and can't find the right answer! this is my career and yet this question puzzles me.... #physician #careers #surgeons...

#gynecologist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Kelsie H.
Elizabeth Coccia | Higher Education Professional - M.Ed You will need at least 8 after graduating high school - ...

Tips on choosing a career in the medical field?

I am a sophmore in high school and I'm planning on pursing a career in the medical field. I'm thinking on becoming some sort of doctor but I'm not sure what exactly I should be. Are there any tips on choosing a specific career or, if you're in the medical field, how you eventually chose the...

#medicine #physician #medical-field #doctor #career-choice

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Jacqui D.
Michelle Hoque | health informatics, medicine, clinical epidemiology, neuroscience, nutrition Some universities and colleges offer summer programs for students considering a ...

What are some unique skills and experience that are rare and critical in the medical industry? p.s preferably anesthesiologist

The reason for this question is because i want to have get an understanding of how the work environment might be, and also learn which skills would come in handy throughout medical school. #student #physician #anesthesiologist...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Joel E.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Joel, Anesthesiologists must undergo extensive formal training, devoting four years ...

As a Physicians assitant, how hard is it to balance work, family, and a social life?

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 10:32

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Posted by Clerance S.
Dessie Paraskevas Hammond | PA-C Emergency Medicine at San Leandro Hospital & ... Great question! I have been a licensed PA for almost a ...

Would it be smart to be a physician's assistant rather than a physician?

I would really like to go into the medical field. I would love to be a physician. However, I was wondering if perhaps being a physician's assistant was a better option. It would be less schooling, which would cost less money. #medical #school #physician...

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Active Sep 19 '17 at 21:53

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Posted by Ashley B.
Andrea Caprio | Physician Assistant, Master of Business Administration (MBA) Hello, As a practicing PA for over 15 years, I still ...

What are the steps to become a Physician Assistant?

I am a junior who is discovering various occupations in the med field and one that caught my eye was a PA. How long would it take to be one and what steps should I take to get there, education and extracurricular wise? How hard would it be? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!...

#medicine #physician #physician-assistant #hospital-and-health-care #students-interested-in-career-as-physician-assistants

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Active Mar 01 at 20:07

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Posted by Arv U.
William Cox, M.D. | Medical Practice Professional I would suggest you first explore why you decided to become ...

What exactly does it mean to be a board-certified surgeon?

Why is it that board-certified physicians/surgeons are held to a higher standard than others? What exactly does it mean to be board-certified? Just more certificates from exams? How does one become board-certified? #boardcertified #surgeon #physician #doctor...

#certified

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Active Mar 26 at 22:36

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Posted by Samantha M.

While in high school, how do you know if medical school is the right decision / path?

I'm currently a junior in high school, and just wondering how I can know whether or not I really want to go into medicine. I've heard that shadowing is a good way to find out, but I don't know any doctors and its really hard to find opportunities for people under 18. Suggestions? #medicine...

#medical-school #physician #highschool #healthcare

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Active May 14 at 10:45

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Posted by Ava C.
Rita Gleason | Technology Delivery Manager at Fannie Mae You should definitely check with your school guidance counselors to see ...

What motivated you to continue on with school?

I know I have a long road ahead of me as I start this journey of one day becoming a doctor. For all those Doctors out there. Can you offer some advice on what you did to keep you motivated to stay the course and never give up on yourself even when times got hard. #doctor . #physician....

#medicine #medical #healthcare

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Active May 31 at 12:54

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Posted by Samantha K.
Brice LALEYE | Senior Associate/ Chef de mission chez PwC Keep your goal in mind and don't forget that you are ...

What classes should I take in high school to become a pediatrition?

I am asking this question because I want to prepare myself when that time comes. #doctor #nurse #physician...

#guidance-counselor

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:13

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Posted by Arabeyea P.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi, Pediatricians are doctors that focus their care on infants and ...

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