Dr Sire Ajay Karanam
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How do you know what to major in if you don't have any passions or you don't know what you want to pursue. I'm applying for some scholarships btu a lot of them ask where you want to go for college or what you want to major in but I don't have an answer yet
I want to be doctor but at first I want to be a nurse, so should I be a nurse and follow the path for doctoring or just start with pre med(doctoring)
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL.
I'm a freshman in high going into the 10th grade.
I want to go into the medical field but I’ve heard that getting burnt out because the path to becoming a doctor is really common, any tips on how to stay on top of everything I have to do? Also where do you go after your 4 year university when trying to get a PHD? (What’s the difference between MD and PHD?) Where do you go when you want to do your residency (is it something you register online for or do as part of wherever you go after the 4 year?)
I am currently 16 years old (I’m turning 17 this year) living in California and I’m going into my junior year of high school. J know choosing to go into such a rigorous field as the medical field won’t be easy but I trust in my decent academic performance in school so far and love for helping...
I am 16 years old and one class away from gaining my EMT certification through my local community college. However, I feel as it if is frowned upon for younger persons to work in the healthcare profession.
What are the core values as a nurse? How do those values play a role in furthering yourself as a human being? Are there any practices or procedures in nursing or the Healthcare system that we can translate into our daily lifestyle?
What are some good places to start or programs that I can do if I want a career in medicine, but I'm still in high school?
I'm 15 and want to get ahead in my volunteering and experiences. But my school doesn't have that many programs and I have no connections to any nurses or people experienced in that field. All the programs I've seen are limited or expensive, so what should I do?
I am in 9th grade and I want to know more about how it's like to be an ultrasound tech to start planning my classes ahead to make sure I get the right ones for the career I am interested in