What field of medicine should i got into?

I want to go into emergency medicine but i'm not sure. have any ideas?

Asked By: goobphillips225 - 11/30/2006
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That is one of the highest stress areas in medicine. Here the doctors often have to work extremely long shifts, until all the patients are settled or dealt with. Forget a social life! I have a friend who started out in emergency med, he has now moved into surgery, which is more like a 9-5 job and better for him and his... More
Answered By: Greth - 11/30/2006
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brain surgeon.
Answered By: tara - 11/30/2006
filed that take care of childs and womens health cool one
Answered By: sononobird - 11/30/2006
dont go into emergency medicine. Do you really want to have someone else's life in your hands. I would recommend studying psychoactives, such as the amines. Thats what i plan on doing. Nothing in the whole world is more interesting, IMO... More
Answered By: sourknot14 - 11/30/2006
Perhaps dermatology? It seems to be in high demand these days. Plus, treat melanoma cancer is considered emergency medicine.
Answered By: Puggy - 11/30/2006
If you like a lot of stress and long hours, go into emergency medicine. It can be highly unpredictable and fast paced, yet boring and dragged out at the same time. I was thinking of being an emergency room nurse, but after briefly experiencing it, I realized it wasn't for me. I want something with a little more... More
Answered By: lyona22 - 11/30/2006
If you are interested in medicine, then start by taking college classes such as medical terminology, biology, chemistry, & pre-calculus... More
Answered By: Regina - 11/30/2006
You will definitely know by the time you finish med school and internship!!! I would definitely not worry about it now. Worry about making straight A's since grade school and all through college. Never make a B.
Answered By: Tony T - 11/30/2006
If you want to become a nurse its between 3 and 4 years in University. 5 years to teach it. more if you want to specialize doctor about 6 years again more if want to specialize pharmacist about 5 or 6 years. a dentist about 8 years. The decision is yours
Answered By: Lori Seaborn - 12/1/2006
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