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 love helping people and was wondering if being a pediatric nurse is a hard job. I hear all sorts of stories about the heartache and sometimes the tough times with children. You can hear all the stories but you will never know the truth until it hear it from a nurse who deals with this situation ev
i want to be a pediatric nurse this is what i desire to be and i offer only biology in high school now . i was thinking if were outta high school if i could take physics and chemistry classes before going into college. I'm just confused please i need positive answers
I am asking this question because If I was unhappy with it I could change to another major.
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!
in case i wish to change what kind of nurse i am
I am obsessed with the medical field and I love hearing healthcare providers stories.
I want to start my life of early and i think getting a career is the first step, but actually be active in the field of my career would be what really gets everything started.
I am really interested in a career in nursing. The one branch of nursing that really sparked my interest was labor and delivery nursing.
I want to go to the best school
I want to be nurse and I think it is prudent to learn from others who are already "traveling that road". What advice can you give me?
I am considering a career in nursing (thinking about pediatric nursing) and I want to assess the impact nursing will have on me. I've heard some horror stories about high turnover rates among nurses, yet I know I want to help people. How can I know that this is the correct career choice for me?
I am asking this question because I don't exactly know all the steps it takes for me to be one .
I plan on majoring in Nursing, more specifically maternal and child labor.
I keep going back and forth over whether I should be a pediatrician or a pediatric nurse.
From what I've heard there are a lot of different routes to becoming a nurse of some sort. I've been told so many different routes to getting a nursing degree, that now i'm not even sure what I should be doing. Getting a Bachelors degree vs an Associates degree, or getting a nursing certificate befo
I was having a hard time at home and i decided to move out and live with my friend and her family. I am about to graduate high school and i have no idea how in the world I'm going to afford my nursing career.
I want to see if there are going to be any changes in the future that could effect me as a new pediatrician and if i could be really eligible for a job opening or not. i don't want to enter in any field that is not growing or will not give me a job
I would like to either be a pediatric nurse or pediatrician and I'm not sure if being a doctor would be easier in the long run and better for me than being a nurse. What do you do differently when you are a doctor that you can't do as a nurse?
I want to know how much money does a pediatrician make
I want to know how many years of school do I have to attend.
I am a sophomore in high school and I am trying to figure out my plan early so that by the time I am a senior I know what college I want to go to. I just want to be prepared so I don't freak out and make the wrong choice because I waited last minute.
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 am asking this question because I know that when you are in nursing school, you have to be very dedicated and focused, and I was wondering how you would find balance between your career and your personal life.
What kinds of places could I apply to?
My major is currently nursing but I have also though about just becoming a doctor and I'm not sure yet if I should.
I am asking to clarify what would be the best hospital to work at prior to me graduating from college, and opening my own hospital.