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DejaCodman2 . Sep 09, 2012 4169 views

what are some of the ups and downs of being a Neonatal Nurse?

I am a sophomore who is interested in learning about all the different jobs in the medical field. Is being a Neonatal Nurse fun or difficult? What is a typical day like? How many years of schooling is needed? #medicine #nurse #healthcare...

#babies

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Jennifer A. Nov 08, 2013 1110 views

When declaring your freshman/undergrad major, does "RN to BSN" require you to already have a license?

For some colleges I'm applying to, their nursing majors read "RN to BSN" and I don't want to declare that option if it requires you to have a license (which I don't have) and be a registered nurse (which I am not). What can I do if the college only has that option for their nursing major and I...

#nursing #nurse

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Autumn L. Mar 25, 2014 840 views

Which job is better a nurse practitioner or a license registered nurse?

I'm in love with math and science. I like helping people, but its hard to choose between the two....

#nursing

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Arliene A. Mar 27, 2014 746 views

registered nurse

is it difficult going to school and working? #nursing #jobs #school...

#working

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Jasmine S. Mar 27, 2014 6154 views

How do you determine what type of nurse you should be?

I'm really interested in looking more into what it's like to be a nurse and the education and training needed to be one. I was just curious about how someone decides what nurse to be since there are so many different kinds or positions that you can take. Do you just get your bachelor's and...

#nursing #nurse-practitioner #hospital #nurse-midwife #nurse #medicine #neonatal

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Arliene A. Apr 02, 2014 36188 views

What are some pros and cons to becoming a registered nurse?

I'm thinking about becoming one and would love to hear more about your experiences and thoughts on the career! #nurse #jobs #hospitals #nursing...

#registered-nurses

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Laurel N. Oct 08, 2014 1693 views

What careers do people with majors in Public Health usually go into?

I am a senior in high school and I am looking at Tulane University's School of Public Health. I would want to focus on public health surrounding nutrition. I want to go into non-profit work in Latin America and I think this degree will help me do that in a sustainable way. I think focusing on...

#non-profit #nutrition #public-health #medicine

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Emily T. Nov 04, 2014 2751 views

What is your favorite/least favorite part of being a medical professional?

What is your career? What do you love about your job? What do you not love about your job? I'm interested in pursuing a career in the medical field but there are so many different careers, I don't know where to start looking. I'm curious about the different kinds of jobs in medicine and health...

#nurse #pediatrician #doctor #surgeon

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Italia T. Dec 11, 2014 1690 views

What does a Hospital Nurse’s life look like outside of work? How much free time do they have? Do the cons of being a nurse take a huge toll on your life outside the hospital?

I am a Senior in high school and will soon be moving on to become a Registered Nurse, and hopefully even specializing further. I found a lot online about a day in the life of a nurse and what that is like, but i was wondering what affect that took on someone's life and how they live outside of...

#nursing #nurse-practitioner #hospital #nurse #registered-nurses

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Laurel N. Dec 16, 2014 653 views

Would you recommend a 4+1 program, even if the workload could be really harsh?

I have recently been accepted to Tulane University and I am really excited about their 4+1 Public Health program. Although I am really excited about the program, some people have warned me of trying to get my masters in 5 years in a city where the distractions are endless. Any thoughts?...

#college-majors #public-health #college #medicine

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Karen B. Dec 16, 2014 1067 views

What are the steps one needs to take in order to become a pediatric nurse? Internships? Classes?

I am a Senior in high school and I want to be a pediatric nurse because I love children. I have worked at a camp around children. I have volunteered at a camp with all girls. I have interned at a school in the third grade class. Is there anything else I could do? If these aren't good things to...

#nursing #health #pediatrics #working-with-children

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Desarae C. Jan 09, 2015 8165 views

I'm graduating from college in a few months with a 2.6 GPA in Bachelor of Arts in Biology. I've decided to try to go to Nursing School at this point. What should I do to increase my chances of getting in? Is it likely that I would be accepted?

When I graduated from high school I set my goal to go into dentistry. Throughout my undergraduate years I've struggled with keeping my grades up. The main reason why is because after seeing how much I struggled with just passing my first semester of college, I immediately started doubting that...

#nursing #registered-nurses #counselling #higher-education

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Maria G. Jan 26, 2015 903 views

What is the requierment to become a doctor nurse assistant

I'm currently attending in high school and I want to research about nurse doctor assistant #doctor #nurse...

#physicians-assistant

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Frank B. Mar 23, 2015 756 views

How do you know what part of the medical field you will like to work in?

I am a 17 year old male that lives in the Los Angeles area. My mom is a RN and I want to know what else is possible to work in this field. #doctor #medicine #hospital...

#medical-field

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Cheyanne A. Mar 25, 2015 20859 views

What is an average day like for a neonatal nurse ?

I am a senior in high school pursuing nursing in the coming fall. I plan to become a neonatal nurse in New York City, however i'm curious of the work load. Specifically, how often do you interact with doctors and families ? Are the hours concrete or do they vary ? Is there ever a time where you...