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How do you know if you are cut out to be a nurse?

I really want to be a nurse but I dislike needles. I am wondering if I will learn to like them or if the career just isn't for me. I get light headed being around them and watching them go into others so I am just curious if I stand a chance in nursing school or not. #nursing...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Jade G.
Nicole Ware | Registered Nurse/ Nurse Educator Well this may or may not be a problem. I will ...

Why is nursing is good career?


Active Apr 09 at 18:53

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Posted by Udoka A.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Udoka!Great question, thanks for asking it! I think nursing is ...

How do you know if you’re really choosing the right career?

My career choice has been the same since I️ was young. Most people at my age have changed up to fit their interest, but not me. So what if I’m choosing the wrong path, how do I️ know? #healthcare-it...



Active Jan 29 at 07:28

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Posted by Kadeesha D.
Caroline Velasquez | Medical Field, Modeling ,Psychology and Marketing/Communication Honestly if you already feel you are making a mistake in ...

Can I be a OB/GYN Nurse if I major in Biology?

I'm asking because the school I'm going to doesn't offer a nursing program....



Active Mar 21 at 14:59

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Posted by Kierra B.
Rachael Ballard (BSN MSN Candidate) | MSN-Prepared New Grad Nurse In order to become a registered nurse in the U.S, you ...

LPN or RN?

Looking at different nursing programs for my future, what is the difference between a LPN/LVN and a RN? Would it be better to start with a LPN or go straight for RN? #nursing #registered-nursing...



Active Apr 03 at 04:25

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Posted by Adrienne N.
Elaine Gomer RN, MS, PHN | School Nurse, Morgan Hill Unified School District Hi Adrienne;If you can get accepted into an RN program go ...

Is it better for me to continue my education by earning a master's degree in nursing at the same university I obtain my bachelors from? Or should I Iook at other schools to further my education?

I am asking this question because I am not sure if I should continue my education before locking at an an employer or should I explore my options at other schools and earn an advanced degree in nursing. I want to begin to use my degree and begin my career as a nurse but not sure if it is worth...

#nurseanesthetist #nursing #registered-nursing


Active May 15 at 17:42

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Posted by Olivia W.

how long does it take to become a registered nurse?

hello, my name is sara and I'm a junior in my vocational high school. my vocation is nursing assistance . i have many interests such as music, singing, cosmetics, hair. but with my vocational program i really enjoy my experience working with patients. i have many questions like how long would...

#classes #college #nursing #registered-nursing


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Sara N.
Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... Hi Sara- I think it's great that you are already working ...

What's the best program to apply for nursing? Where should I start?

I live in Visalia, CA and i'm a senior at El Diamanté High. I want to prepare what program is more efficient and where should i start looking. There's so much varieties of nursing programs in California and even in the world, but i don't know which is the best and which is more affordable....

#japan #biology #registered-nursing #nurse-practitioner #nursing


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Joshua F.
Brittney Anderson, DNP, CPNP | Pediatric Nurse Practitioner & Legal Nurse Consultant at ... I would recommend a BSN (Bachelors of Science in Nursing) program. ...

How do I get scholarships in nursing ?

I am really interested in becoming a nurse anesthetist. #registered-nursing #nursing #scholarships...



Active Oct 28 '17 at 18:47

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Posted by Megan A.
Neha Trivedi | HR Manager Talent Development at Alight Solutions Hi Megan, Though I'm not a nurse, there is a site ...

Will I be looked over as a potential employee being a single mom of four?

Will it be hard for me to find a job as a registered nurse being that I am a single mom of four? #singlemom #nursing #registered-nursing #healthcare...



Active Apr 18 at 22:58

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Posted by Sophia S.

What are some good scholarship resources for Nursing/medical degrees?

I am looking for some additional resources for obtaining scholarships and/or grants for full time nursing education. #nursing #nursing-education #registered-nursing #scholarships...



Active Apr 22 at 21:20

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Posted by Adrienne N.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Great question Evan. I'm sorry no one's answered it yet! In ...

When entering into the medical field, is it better to major in nursing or biology?

Throughout most of my life, I always wanted to become a pediatrician. I love helping others and making a difference. Whether it be an accomplishment or a tough obstacle , everything you do in life reflects upon your character. I am kind , loving, and nurturing, which makes me gravitate more...

#bio #biology #nursing #registered-nursing


Active Apr 09 at 18:41

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Posted by Orleisha J.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hi Orleisha!Great to hear you are considering becoming a nurse! Here ...

Should I become a Nurse Practitioner or a Physician Assistant?

I'm a nursing student and I'm thinking about pursuing further education after completing my BScN degree. What are the pros and cons of becoming an NP or PA? #nursing #nurse #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner #nursing-school #physician-assistant...



Active Sep 19 '17 at 21:34

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Posted by Crystal L.
Andrea Caprio | Physician Assistant, Master of Business Administration (MBA) Hello, Great question. As a practicing PA who has many PA ...
Cristina Law Cheung | Registered Nurse I found it helpful to always ask myself: what is the ...

Is it true that RN-midwives don't get paid a lot?

Is it true that RN-midwives don't get paid at least $60,000? #nursing #college #registered-nursing #midwives #midwife #midwifery...



Active May 15 at 09:35

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Posted by Carmilia M.

What is the best educational and cost efficient route for nursing?

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...

#nursing-education #pediatric-nursing #nursing #registered-nursing #healthcare #college-major #health #financial-planning


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by morgan R.
Fuzzy Md | Client Support Eng The national spotlight on the Registered Nurse shortage has helped to ...

Should I become a nurse or teacher?

I'm torn between the two professions and would really appreciate some guidance! #nursing #teaching #education #educator #registered-nurses #registered-nursing #registerednurse #teacher #teachers...



Active Apr 04 at 08:11

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Posted by Mireia R.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Mireia, this is such a great question! I can tell ...
Jeanne Frobose, RN | REGISTERED NURSE Hi Meira!"Congratulations for choosing the Nursing profession! Now let's get you ...

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