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Susan Brunner

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Shravani May 02, 2016 961 views

How many years does it take to become a doctor?

I'm interested in learning more about the process for becoming a doctor. #doctor #professor #medicine #hospital-and-health-care #hospitality

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Aliciana Oct 17 109 views

What steps do I have to take in order to become a hospitalist? Do I have to become an RN? What will college look like?

I am a junior. I just want to know how many years will each step take and what are the steps.

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frankie Sep 07 257 views

does it take alot of patientce to be a pschiatrists.

i love working with others.

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Samira Sep 02 131 views

When you study medicine, do you have to see bodies being operated/dissected even if you’re not studying to be a surgeon?

Even if you’re not studying to be a surgeon but doctor or nurse, do you have to see bodies (dead ones) operated on for studying about the anatomy of a person etc.?

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Jessica Jun 05 170 views

is being an anesthesiologists worth all the stress and almost no time to relax?

being a anesthesiologists means giving people anesthesia to numb pain when they need surgery or when giving birth and it takes i think 14 years to become a official anesthesiologist.

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Shannon May 12 172 views

What are three important things I should know about being a CNA?

I want to know more about the challenges of being a CNA , and what is the typical work schedule.

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David May 08 252 views

Hello, I'm Dave, I'm looking for ways to get advice from Professionals here, especially in the medical field. I anticipate for an honest reply

Hello, I'm Dave, a Grade 10 student currently in Nigeria. I love subjects such as Biology and Computer. My dream of being a doctor is what I want to achieve

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Fiona Apr 29 208 views

Are nurses treated with the same amount of respect as doctors?

In greys anatomy, (I know, a very credible source) they seem as if its an insult to be a nurse, though I know it is not! Are they treated worse IRL?