Chrissy R.’s Avatar
Chrissy R. May 15, 2016 768 views

Are there any scholarships or grants to assist in becoming a certified dog trainer?

I help rescue and foster dogs. I would love to become a trainer so that I could find more dogs "furever" homes. #animal-health #dog-rescue #dogs #dog-training #animal #career #college...

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MeMe D. May 15, 2016 370 views

Are there ways to pay off your student debt through medical school?

I know it can get expensive and medical school can cost a lot of money, but is it true that you can go to rural places or even other countries to pay of your student debt? #hospital-and-health-care #medicine #doctor #college #career...

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Dionne H.’s Avatar
Dionne H. May 16, 2016 592 views

What are the challenges of creating and operating a group home in Georgia?

I have noticed that the orphanage concept is not very common in the US but I have seen several group homes and children shelters. I would like to have a group home or shelter but operate it more like a traditional orphanage if that is possible. #social-work #social #hospital #medicine #college...

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Celena K. May 17, 2016 1495 views

How does one handle unexpected circumstances, such as being short staffed and having to perform a treatment one has not done before?

I am asking this question because of my increasing curiosity in nursing. At my school, we go to the nursing home to practice our CNA skills. I have witnessed the nurses that work there have trouble because of lack of staff. I am just curious as to how one goes about getting the work done...

#public-health #nursing #medicine #hospital-and-health-care

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Celena K. May 17, 2016 475 views

How can/has nursing benefited one in a positive/negative way?

As I prepare for college, knowing the ups and the downs to the medical field would be a great asset in my decision to pursue the career of my dreams. #nursing #nurse #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner #nursing-education #icu-nurse #hospital #medicine...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Bernadette K. May 18, 2016 389 views
Nikhil T.’s Avatar
Nikhil T. May 19, 2016 647 views

Is double majoring useful for a doctor?

I am planning on being a doctor and am thinking about double majoring. #doctor #hospital-and-health-care #medicine...

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trinity M. May 24, 2016 756 views

what is some good advice for an aspiring pediactric surgeon (orthopedic)?

I would like to know anything and everything that can help me further educate myself and also put me in the right direction. #doctor #medicine #pediatrics #surgery #orthopedics #surgeons...

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Megan M. May 26, 2016 925 views

Does nursing ever offer any moments that completely make you feel fulfilled, or does the job become repetitive and mundane as many other people feel about their jobs.?

It may sound too head-in-the-clouds, but as I've been told time and time again, "do what makes you happy." In a job that seems to require stoicism and perhaps some not-too-happy moments, by the time you perhaps feel that you have become numb to the environment, is it still fulfilling? Why does...

#healthcare #nursing #medicine #hospital-and-health-care #nurse

Brett M.’s Avatar
Brett M. Oct 18, 2016 570 views

How do you see the future of health care affecting doctors?

I've been advised my some previous college students that the cost of insurance is too much to pursue a career in medicine #doctor #pediatrics #medicine #healthcare #health-insurance...

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Jenna B. Oct 19, 2016 483 views
Mikayla M.’s Avatar
Mikayla M. Feb 08, 2017 552 views

What are the hours like as a doctor?

If I can't become a teacher I want to be a doctor. I really do love kids but I will become a doctor if not #doctor #work #and #must #be #medicine #healthcare...

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Kaitlin C. Jan 15, 2018 356 views

What happens if you graduate with your degree and find out that the career you thought you wanted is not for you?

I recently visited and old roommate of mine who graduated last year. She just began her first teaching job at an elementary school and hates everything about it. It made me start to worry that I may graduate next year and go into a career and hate what I do and that the 4 years I spent getting...

#career-plan #career #career-change #ptsd #psychology

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Paul P. Jan 25, 2018 392 views