I really wanna be a neonatal nurse but, I have to do a paper for school on an OBGYN nurse. I thought they were kinda the same thing. If you could just give me the differences regarding job duties, educational requirements, and payment. Thanks !
I'm currently working on my pre-requisites to apply to the BSN program, but I'm wondering if I absolutely HAVE to be a Nurse Practitioner in order to work in an obstetrics and gynecology office? I don't want to work in a hospital setting and I know that I want OB/GYN to be my specialty. Can someone please help???
Hi I'm 16 and I was just thinking about careers, but I want to know what exactly does the RN do, and what can she do that other nurses can't and what makes that area of nursing different from others?
What would you do?
What is the average salary?
Is it rewarding?
I want to be a plastic surgeon, but would being a theatre nurse be sort of similar? Because they work closely with the surgeries.
Im 16 by the way and have excellent grades and determination.
I was wondering if someone could give me the pros and cons. hopefully someone who has beeen in these same shoes. My husband is a little hesitant about this position so I am hoping to get as much information from someone who is not a recruiter. I would like know both sides the pros and the cons.
Hey there,I'm a sophmore in highschool, and I've been wanting to be a pediatrician for a long time now and I've got my mind set on that,but if I change that,I wanna be a physician,any other type of physician.but mainly I would like to be a pediatrician because I LOVE kids and so on.I was wondering if anyone can give me some sightful tips on becoming a pediatrician,like what to accomplish in high school and what classes are good to take and such.currently my classes this term (my school has two terms a year,four classes one term/half the year and four classes the other term/the other half the year-basically block schedule,and 8 classes total in the year) are:
english honors 2
and next term (term starts in Jan. after Christmas break)
any tips please would be greatly appreciated? and is it good to go to a junior college first after high school or go straight to a university? difference plz?
I've got this project for History and we're doing about Women in Medicene. I'm finding it quite easy to find information on all the well known nurses (Elizabeth Garrett, Florence Nightingale etc) but i cant find ANY information on Early nurses, not even famous names. PLEASE HELP!
I have become very interested in the medical field and am looking into nursing. I LOVE kids! So I'd like to do something in pediatrics, neonatal or obstetrics. Do you like your job? What specialty do you work in? What do you do on a daily day? Would you reccomend this job? I'm also considering teaching as another career.
The women that care for them in the nursery while the mom sleeps.
I would like to be a obstetrician or neonatal nurse someday. But I need Information on the jobs so I can pick one. Please answer all questions honestly.
1. How much does a obstetrician earn weekly and yearly? How much does a neonatal nurse earn weekly and yearly?
2. Do these jobs earn a lot of money in your opinion.
3. Which job is more enjoyable in your opinion?
4. What does a neonatal nurse do? What does a obstetrician do?
5. How much schooling will you need and what is college like for this career?
6. Last, right when you get out of college and get a job, what does a beginner get paid.
Thank you, please answer every question.
If I major in Women's and Gender Studies, what jobs does that prepare and qualify me for?
I know I want to be a maternity nurse, I want to deliver babies and work in the NICU. But I'd also love to do the following and I want to know the requirements:
Working in the ICU and the ER (nothing major like surgery, just helping the doctors out)
Working with children and teens
Working with troubled adolescents (drug overdose, etc.)
Maybe I should clarify...I want to know what classes I would take for the above areas and units and the years it would take.
I am 20 years old. I am in college but i am taking basic courses right now. But one day i would like to be a nurse, i know it is hard. But anyone can do anything as long as their mind is in it. I dont know what kind of nurse i want to be though :/ I just know i get this high of happiness when i help people. & make sure they are okay. There are many nurses out there but im just asking was anyone ever confused about what specialty of a nurse they wanted to be before they figured it out. does taking nursing courses up help you find out what kind of nurse you want to be? I am just lost.
Hey everyone! So I've always wanted to go into medicine, particularly a field dealing with obstetrics and gynecology. For awhile I was dead set on going to med school, but I really don't know if I'm willing to put all that time, effort, and money in going to med school when I could be a nurse and still work around women and babies. So I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice? If there are any CNMs out there, do you like your job? Is it rewarding? What's your salary?
I am trying to gather as much info as I can about nursing. I have heard many good things about the profession, and plenty of bad. I'm trying to gain an understanding of the down-side of nursing.
Most of the negative things I have heard are that nurses aren't treated with respect from their colleagues and administration, and are given impossible workloads. I feel like most of these stories I have heard are from nurses working in the med/surg. department. Am I right?
I feel like throughout most of the negative stories I have heard, I hope it is mostly WHERE they are working, and WHO they are working with.
I'd also like some opinions from nurses if it is a bad idea to go into nursing with the hopes of having a meaningful, fulfilling, stable JOB, while still being able to do other things I enjoy, such as art, music, film making, etc. In other words, I realize the dedication it takes to get through school, and to be a good nurse, but is it possible to work as a nurse and do other things? That is where I would like to be.
Thanks so much to all of you for the work you do, and your help.
I also wanted to ask if women or men are treated more poorly as nurses, if either?
Originally she had wanted to be an OB/GYN, but after I sent her some books on midwifery and she did a school sponsored tour program she decided she wanted to be a midwife instead. I wondered how the world of obstetrics was treating midwives nowadays as I too, had once wanted to do the same thing but between new legislation regarding their ability to get malpractice insueand finding a practice that included them on staff I changed my plans. Im so proud of her but I worry about the difficulty she may experience finding a job in this field. Do you think midwives will have a stable career field in 5 years?