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I'm gonna choose my subjects soon this academic year and I searched about the topic but there wasn't a solid answer.
I am a college student currently studying physiology and aspiring to become a neurosurgeon and a cardiologist but I'm not sure if my current course will be of any use to what I am aspiring to be
How do you balance your work and home life, since school and residency takes up so much time Also, as a doctor, have you experienced burn out either in your work or in the school leading up to your career? If so, how do you cope with it??
I am in 12th grade, planning to attend Texas A&M and major in Biomedical Sciences and hope to continue to Medical School. I would really like to study emergency medicine
I am senior in high school already trying to apply for college but I'm still deciding to be a nurse or doctor. From what I heard from experience volunteering at a hospital right now, one of the nurses told me that being a doctor is better because they get paid more and get treated better while...
I am going to school to become a radiology technician. How many years does it take for me to become a radiology technician in college? What is the best way to go about it?
What are some MDs in the field that don't require being on call? I want to become a doctor, but don't want to be one that's on call because I know I would not have a steady life.
What happened that made you want to become a doctor?
I’m going into running start and I want to become a surgeon of some sort (I’m not exactly sure what kind yet) and I don’t want to isolate myself into one career path just in case I change career paths at some point.
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I would like to go into the medical field, as a high schooler what are some certifications I can do?
I am an upcoming high school senior, so I have not had the opportunity to shadow or volunteer at hospitals. I am looking to do some medical/health-related courses to put me in a higher spot. I already did CPR/AED and first aid.