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I've been kind of looking into maybe going into nursing when i'm older. What i would really like to do is take care of the newborn babies. what is post-natal care or something? i was just w...
1 answers - Asked By: nicole.marie - 9/5/2007
Which is better? And how do the average wages compare?
3 answers - Asked By: ♥ Victory ♥ - 9/10/2007
I'm thinking of going to university but i really don't know which course to choose out of nursing and midwifery! I don't know whether i'd rather be a nurse or a midwife....i just can't pick!! Which do...
12 answers - Asked By: Vera - 9/2/2008
Just curious what school you went to? How long it took you to become nurse midwife? Job Outlook? Is malpractice insurance really bad? I heard its driving many out of the field :( And worse and best pa...
1 answers - Asked By: lucy lu and baby Chloe! - 2/23/2011
Hey :) i live in the UK and i was wondering how i can get into nursing and midwifery. :) my ideal job would be to become a midwife but.. because of certain illnesses, i am struggling to complete my A ...
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/3/2012
Okay me and a counselor were talking about jobs today and what i wanted to do.I want to be a nurse, because i love to help people. but im not sure i could deal with so much death and sickness. So she ...
2 answers - Asked By: monique - 12/4/2008
In Ireland? What about in america? London? Etc
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/2/2012
I want to study to become a midwife but would like to know more about them and what they do and what hours you work and how good of pay and if its enjoyable and other things like that.
2 answers - Asked By: - 4/6/2011
I am undecided on what on what to do for a career nursery nurse does require little training about two years but the rate of pay is very poor and would not be able to survive if ever had to to suppor...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/8/2009
I am 16 and a CNA so far. Im looking at either a Certified Nurse Midwife, or a Labor and Delivery Nurse Practitioner pretty much. How much schooling is the difference between them. (Either way...
3 answers - Asked By: HOTTIE 101 - 3/19/2010
I really want to become a certified midwife and also how many years of college do you need to go to ? how much does certified midwives get paid ? and what courses in college do you need to take ? tha...
3 answers - Asked By: - 1/18/2012
I want to become a midwife but apparently if you do an adult nursing course first, after a year or so when you apply to do midwifery and pass you'll be placed on a higher band than those midwives who ...
1 answers - Asked By: calli swaaag - 12/26/2012
I want to become a nurse-midwife or midwife ,since i'm graduating in 5 month from high school and i want to attend to college. I will like to know more about this job.but all these crazy websites have...
6 answers - Asked By: - 1/9/2011
I'm really into the idea of getting my BSN at a wonderful college and becoming a registered nurse. I'd like to work in a hospital for a few years and then go back to school to become either a CNM or ...
2 answers - Asked By: frenchgoober - 1/28/2009
1 answers - Asked By: Lulu - 11/21/2010
Okay I am considering becoming a nurse, but I was wondering what type of nurse is the highest up there. Like which one is the hardest to do, to attain, etc??
2 answers - Asked By: Steph - 6/26/2009
If I become a Nurse Midwife, can I work in a Hospital? Also, if so am I required to wear scrubs?
2 answers - Asked By: - 9/28/2011
Im doing a project on Certified Nurse Midwives and i was wondering what some Advancement oppertunities were, or similar jobs.
1 answers - Asked By: Taylor S - 3/26/2012
I am a student midwife and i'll qualify in december and i cant believe i have gone through 3 years of intense training just to end up on the dole coz the nhs is such a mess!!! i mean what is going on ...
15 answers - Asked By: lisamarie1780 - 9/20/2006
I am currently a college freshman thinking about changing my major from pre-pharmacy to some kind of nursing. I think I would enjoy nursing more because of the hands-on work. I also love working with ...
2 answers - Asked By: rosieposie - 3/20/2010
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