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How do you balance both college and the 500 hours of shadowing or health care experience needed to get into a successful Physician Assistant program?

After getting my bachelors, I would like to apply to a PA school. PA schools require several hours of on-patient care. So all the while of trying to maintain a 3.5 or higher, I have to become an E.R. scribe or a CNA. #medicine #healthcare #physicians...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Sara A.
Vicente Esparza , Jr. , MPAS , PA-C | Physician Assistant Certified how much longer till you graduate with your bachelors? and in ...

As a doctor, are you able to truly help someone?

I'm presuming a career as a doctor so I could help others. Hence It is very important for me to know if this job will truly fulfill my ambitions of helping others. #doctor #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Deepa S.
MICHAEL BRAFF, MBA | Biomedical Engineering Manager Not bein a doctor does not mean you can't help people. ...

What is the prevalence of biomedical engineering jobs in the health care community?

I am interested in health care and am majoring in biomedical engineering. #medicine #healthcare #biomedical-engineer...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Adriana C.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hey Adriana! Biomedical engineers are all over the healthcare industry! I ...

On a weekly basis, how much intense paperwork do you fill out as a pediatrican?

I was told that some physicians how a ton of paperwork that they constantly have to fill out, and I wanted to know if this was true or not? #doctor #healthcare #physicians #healthcare #hospital-and-health-care #career #career-counseling...



Active Jan 24 at 22:33

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Posted by Terrence D.
Angela Coffman | Nurse at PDI Surgery Center All areas of medicine have a ridiculous amount of paperwork now! ...

How should a high school student go about picking a good pre-medical undergraduate school?

A high schooler who is interested in pursuing the medical field and is currently applying to colleges. #professor #undergraduate #physicians #undergrad...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:49

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Posted by Ihika R.
Steve Lewis | Assistant Vice President, Information Security Talk to the medical school advisors at the medical school you ...

Can I become a RN first and then work up to becoming a physician?

I am asking this question because I want to have a career in the medical field and want advice on what steps I should take to achieving my goal #medicine #healthcare #pre-med #registered-nurses...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Brieana F.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi briena, yes, you can go to nursing school first and ...

How demanding are Chiropractic Physicians in Oklahoma?

I heard this is a very competitive field. I was curious to know how difficult it will be to establish my practice after I graduate. #college #career #physician #physicians #chiropractor...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Karlee F.

What is the difference between a nurse practitioner and a physician assistant?

I am going to the University of Indianapolis to study nursing. Though I am certain that I want to persue a degree in the medical field I am struggling to decide between becoming a nurse practitioner and a physicians assistant. What are your thoughts on this? #medicine #nursing #nurse...

#career #physicians #career-counseling #college #healthcare


Active Dec 04 '17 at 10:01

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Posted by Bailey L.
Richard W Easterling, MSN, BS, RN | MSN BSEd RN | Nursing Administration In the workforce the end result can be the same. The ...

Nursing as Pre-med?

Taking any course can be your "pre-med" as long as you complete the pre-requisites of the med school you want to go to BUT is nursing a good "pre-med" thinking that it will show you the "feels" of becoming a doctor? #doctor #medicine #nursing #medical #school #student #physicians...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Sheehan B.
Robert Smithing, MSN, APRN, FAANP | Family Nurse Practitioner Hi Sheehan, a nursing degree would not be a good "Pre-med" ...

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