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I am currently a 2nd semester nursing student and have been undergoing several different clinical rotation experiences. I've recently got to work on an oncology floor and now I am doing med-surg. I ...
2 answers - Asked By: bettyboop - 3/6/2007
I am of a small and slender build but will do anything in my capacity to assist and care for others. What kind of nurse would have the least physical (and hopefully mental) toll on me?
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Is an undergraduate nursing program really as hard as everyone says? I already have a Bachelor's degree, but it is not applicable to any specific career. I would like to go back to school for a degree...
2 answers - Asked By: Christa - 8/14/2008
I've been a nurse for about 5 years. I've done a variety of jobs including; hospital, utilization review, disease management, travel and agency. I have recently been hired by a small LTC facility a...
4 answers - Asked By: Erika N - 5/14/2008
Im interested in both and not sure which to pursue so i was wondering if i could do both or would it be to much work.
3 answers - Asked By: dancerchic4life - 4/30/2010
If I leave, I'll feel like a quitter. I feel like I'll be letting my family, friends, and patients down. I'll feel like I'll have wasted my time going to school for a career which I truly dislike. I f...
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I like the idea of helping sick people, that seems like it would be very rewarding. I also like the idea of being on £20,000 per year! I have seen pictures on the internet of people with severed ar...
1 answers - Asked By: Andrew P - 5/14/2008
I just got out of high school an i Always wanted to do something big in my life an i would love going into the medical field but i just wanted to know more about it an how collage would go an the care...
2 answers - Asked By: chukles - 8/20/2009
I am a BSN looking to get back into the nursing field but would prefer not to provide direct bedside nursing care. I have been looking into Case Management positions but notice that some job descripti...
1 answers - Asked By: Snowdog - 10/4/2010
I have fibromyalgia and chronic pain and fatigue. I'm 55 and find work exhausting to the point of missing a great deal of time due to illness. I'm currently on disability for vertigo and am afraid o...
2 answers - Asked By: heogog - 1/20/2009
Searching for careers that would fit me well, and ones that will work well despite the economy situation
3 answers - Asked By: little miss inquisitive - 12/20/2008
What are the main job titles of people who work at the hospital? What is it like to work at a hospital? Thank you in advance.
3 answers - Asked By: Closed Account - 7/29/2009
I am a 56 year old registered nurse considering of taking a medical coding course. Working is really tiring me physically and I want to save my back and shoulders from orthopedic surgery if I can. I...
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2 answers - Asked By: Tracy K - 2/27/2007
What would be a better career to have: A Registered Nurse, A Nurse Anesthetist, or A Pharmacist? Pros of being a Registered Nurse: Doesn't take that long to become one. Cons of being a Register...
3 answers - Asked By: Jessica - 12/23/2008
I just starting med school and LOVE it. I always wanted to be an RN, but i just hear so many bad things about the job. First of all are you really like a SLAVE? people just make it seem like your a wo...
1 answers - Asked By: Jessica - 7/27/2009
I just starting med school and LOVE it. I always wanted to be an RN, but i just hear so many bad things about the job. First of all are you really like a SLAVE? people just make it seem like your a wo...
1 answers - Asked By: Jessica - 7/27/2009
I want to know what a social worker does in a for example a hospital. what do they get paid? what are the usual hours? any details would be great. i am considering this as a career choice
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Hey guys. So i am planning for my career to be a pharmacist. I was wondering what the benefits of being a pharmacist. For example the health insurance, company car, etc... Thank you so much for answe...
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Try to make this short: -Im an LPN student basically in the first quarter. I have a 3.8 GPA -Im 24 and my previous work history since I was 18 has been in the Industrial field (factory work). Very g...
1 answers - Asked By: Hell Raiser - 2/19/2009
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