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1 answers - Asked By: med.assisting - 8/30/2006
Is being an rn really hard? I've heard that the school is very hard. Just wondering and how to do you get accepted? Thanks! what is your personal experience with being an RN? DO you like it? And how d...
2 answers - Asked By: christin k - 10/4/2007
Ok, so as of right now I am a current NREMT-I and also currently in a Paramedic AS in Para-medicine Degree program. In Georgia you can do a bridge program from Paramedic to RN which I plan on taking f...
2 answers - Asked By: - 9/29/2011
I want to be a nurse. What science classes should I focus on? I have my health related classes planned. What science class would be most beneficial to study/major? Personally- I'm best at biology. Che...
1 answers - Asked By: griffen995 - 11/9/2011
- RN that study for two years with Associate degree? - RN that study for four years with Bachelor degree? - RN that study for eight years with Master degree?
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/22/2011
I am desparately looking for a "stay at home" career in the nursing field. I am an RN with 6 years critical care experience and am trying my hardest to find a way to stay at home with my 7 week old da...
2 answers - Asked By: miamommy - 8/14/2007
Any sites, reading materials, "homework" suggestions....would greatly be appreciated!
5 answers - Asked By: Pansy - 1/18/2008
What is the difference between the two?? What is involved in these jobs? How many years of college is required for each one?? What is the average salary for each?? Thanks! =] I am grad...
2 answers - Asked By: Hey You! - 11/1/2007
Do they get paid as a nurse practitioner? say you want to be a nurse anesthetist when you're a nurse practitioner already.
1 answers - Asked By: Why Can't I Have Nice Things? - 3/2/2011
Heyy, I'm in high school, and I think I would like to be a neonatal nurse when I grow up. Can you please tell me the pros and cons of neonatal nursing? And in your opinion, is it more preferable to wo...
1 answers - Asked By: Holly (: - 6/21/2009
I know this may sound completely stupid, but I really am not educated in this field so here goes. I am 20 years old, I graduated high school in 2012 and I have never been to college or taken any class...
3 answers - Asked By: - 9/10/2013
I am thinking about getting in to the nursing feild. I hear it reqiures alot of hours though. That you are never really home. My grandmother was a nurse and delivered babies and my mom said she was ne...
2 answers - Asked By: maggiedjp2002 - 2/10/2007
I'm currently a Junior in High school and I'm taking AP Biology and I really enjoy the course. In the future, I'm planning to do something with medicine but I have a couple of questions first. 1. How...
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/29/2012
I have been looking at both of these careers and can't come up with an answer. I want to be a doctor but time requirements are too high (I want to have a life) but pay is also high (before malpractice...
1 answers - Asked By: Jose G - 7/7/2010
Im a sophmore in high school and i know that i want to be a neonatal nurse. when i get to college what do i have to major in? what exactly do i have to do to get there? and how many years of school do...
2 answers - Asked By: *~Caramel chocolate chunk*~ - 1/6/2008
When im in nursing school how should i get experience
1 answers - Asked By: emmybour741 - 8/5/2010
29 Year old male, I am an EMT-Basic now and am new to the field, I passed for the first time my EMT-B for New York state in January of this year. I am in the degree for Paramedic. My girlfriend is a...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/1/2010
Next spring I start my RN program. Its 2 years. After that I know I have to work in a ICU or CCU for a year. Afterwords Im going to go get my BSN whats the next step? Get certified to administer anest...
2 answers - Asked By: Cyndee - 5/11/2008
I am 17 and thinking about studying to become a nurse when I go to college because I don't want to go to grad school. I heard that after college nurses can easily get a job and make alot of money. I h...
3 answers - Asked By: - 2/3/2009
I am wanting to enroll into an RN program but have to do the prerequisites first, the problem is that we are military and by the time I would be able to enroll into an RN program where we are statione...
2 answers - Asked By: - 9/13/2013
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