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Of radiology from Egypt. Is this enough to get a job as a radiologist or a clinical fellow in canada? and What is the minimimal qualifications required?
I have to type an essay on this, and need some help brainstorming.
I was wondering how easy it would be to get a job with those 2 colleges in my resume rather than a normal university here in Florida or in another state?
They can be anything. eg. cleaner etc.
To help me understand please answers this question.
Can I change maybe to particle physics when Im tired of medical physics. Thanks.
I've recently thought of joining the military. Either the Navy or Army, one of the two. I don't think I'm cut out for the marines... then again I haven't researched it that much, just Navy and Army.
I spoke to an Army and Navy recruiter recently. I spoke to both and they promised me the world. I mean it sounded SO GOOD, the idea of the military won me over. I mean my heart was stolen by their persuasion. But they barely told meme anything about the cons. There has to be some drawbacks to being in the military right? I mean does being away really drive a line between you and your family? Do you REALLY put up with a lot of "BS" according to my friend in the Air Force?
Yes I know that there is combat in the military, but what about peace time issues? Also, is there still a "glass-ceiling" phenomenon in the military especially towards women?
I'm majoring in radiology and minoring in Arabic right now. Should I join the military while in college or do you recommend finishing school before joining the military.
My reason for joining: I hate American society, but if the ideals this nation was built on is still alive, I would like to do all I can to protect it. I also want to do something honorable with my life. The military seems like something I should consider. I would say I am physically fit. I run 20-30 miles a week and can support my body weight fairly well, (although I am certain that boot camp will be one of the hardest things I will ever do in my life). I don't have a problem with authority, I am fine with taking orders (so long as they are ethical), and I guess deep down I have a thirst for an adventure.
My only issue is that I had asthma when I was 6. It was so bad that I was hospitalized 4 times. My last asthma attack was when I was 9. I haven't had it since. Should I tell them at MEPS? I haven't told the recruiter.
I was watching him the other night on the news and heard him talking about digitizing all medical records? SO... what does that mean for all medical transcriptionists (myself and thousands of others) and medical coders? Doesn't that mean that we are going to be out of a job pretty soon?
Or is that incorrect? I am really confused on the manner...
So, would that create more jobs or would that put people like myself out of work? Thanks so much.
Can anyone give me an idea of what the standards are to be accepted into a program like this at a hosipital? I have 3 yrs of college under my belt. Thanks.
I start school next month for becoming a xray/radiology technician and i wanted to know some more information about it.
I really want to know how much they make. i know it varies on where u live and so forth but if you are an xray technician or know somebody who is how much do they make an hour?
also what are the dutys on the job and what all will i be learning in school?
and whats the WORST part about this job?
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i am in high school and need to have a plan for when i go to college and enter the work force. i am very interested in being an x-ray technician and i need all of the details about this job. and is it the right job for me.
i love science...especially biology.
and i don't mind blood guts and such.
i don't want to be in college forever.
please help thanks.
I came across an article that says white men will find it the the most difficult to land a job as an x-ray tech, once he finishes school......
then i came across another article that totally contradicted it, saying if your a white male you have better chance them women...due to strength, and women may get pregnant and its unsafe for their bodies.....both were saying the market was flooded with x-ray techs, even though every chart i seen online for the demand of this career is trending upwards till 2016....
so my question is, does your gender have much of an impact on getting hired in this field?
any other info you tell me will be helpful we well,thank you
Does anyone know if employers require you to be a Radiology Technician in order to work as a MRI Technician. I have forund 4 schools in California that specialize specifically in MRI but I have been told by people that I must work as a Radiology Tech first. I'm not sure but if that is true I would like to know before I spend $22,000 for MRI school.
I'm a unit secretary for a hospital. I've only done this kind of work for 8 months now.
My training was horrible. The computer class was mainly for the hospitals inland not for the hospital I worked for. And so much information was thrown at me, I finally had to tell them no more (when they tried training me for nights). I had to learn doctors scribles, medications and dosages, routes, etc. labs, cardiology, radiology, etc not only the test but how to order them in the system. and other things.
They also failed to tell me important things like what to do before a patient goes to surgery. For 3 months, no one told me that the nurse needed certain papers. It was being done for me and nothing was being said until I got a verbal warning from my supervisor. It also came out that my mistakes were being corrected by the teamleads and not given to me to correct so I never got the chance to learn from my mistakes other than hearing something here and there. I kept getting mixed messages--your work is great, you didn't do this. Last week, I was called into my supervisor again and I received a written warning for 3 mistakes since May. The part that is really upsetting me is that the teamleaders (I work with two) are failing to point out errors so I'm still not learning and they are failing to catch errors which is why the supervisor got notified and I'm being blamed for not doing things that I know I do and other unit secretaries haven't been doing.
If I'm being written up for failure to do my job correctly, shouldn't the teamleader who's responsible for checking my work also be held accountable?
The person who's bought this up to the supervisor was up for a promotion to oversea unit secretary work when I got the verbal and is newly in that position when I got written up both per her request.
Up until last week, I loved my job but now I want to quit only I a single parent of a 3 yr old. I was told I wouldn't qualify for unemployment if I quit. The worst part is that I've never been written up, never had to speak to a supervisor for negative reasons let alone been fired but I know this person is wanting that and won't stop until I am suspended. It was pointed out to me that that is a possible next option.
I'm angry that I'm being targeted while others co-worker errors (like checking me errors) is being overlooked. After all why have a teamlead (an RN) to sit behind me and check my work if they aren't going to check it and allow labs to be ordered too soon, etc.
My errors are always new ones--I do learn from what if pointed out to me. They just get pointed out with my supervisors presence.
I also have sleeping problems and headaches which effect my thinking clearly and one day it was really bad and the co-worker (one in the promoted position) was the teamleader so I can see why she ask me to speak to the supervisor that day but on the other hand, I have worked with her before without having a bad day like that so I felt she should have weighed things out but I'm also thinking she just wants me gone. I don't know what I can do. The doctors are bad at doing things like reordering stuff. I got wrote up for double entry of making a patient observation hold. One doctor ordered it so I entered it into the system. Hours later another doctor ordered it. The billing dept was very peeved so I was told to check pt status only when you work under busy times with 5 charts piled up with orders and nurses and other dept grabbing the charts and other nurses asking for copies of orders and the phone ringing non stop, I don't have time to check a dos system for a doctor error. And no, the doctors are never held accountable for their errors.
Retraining seems bad since I do know most of the stuff now.
I hate to push action against the teamleads because I don't want to make enemies but I'm also tried of them failing me and it ended up on my supervisors desk.
I don't know what I can do. I tried twice to get into another position because I love where I work but the 1st time, they said no because I wasn't there for 6 months and this time they said no because I was written up. So I'm stuck in a position that unless things change majorly, I'm going to get fired on Nov 7th when I met for a 30 day review. I can't use this job as a reference to find another because of the written warning so that screwed me over for finding another job outside the hospital as well. I prayed for that job when I was interviewed and now I wished I never step foot in there. Amazing what a week can do.
I been working in a dental office for a year now and I used to work almost every day and now one of the dental assistants sister came to work with us and she is taking all the days I only work 2 days outta the whole week for only 3 hrs a day and that girl does not have a radiology certficate or DA cert either I have all my certificates me and one of the dental assistants talk to the doc about it but she doesnt care
also every time that girl does something wrong I get the blame and the doctor screams at me in fron of patients and she hasnt gave me a raise like she promised she would i still get payed 8 dollars
Do you guys think I should start looking for a new job else where?
Becky Im already starting to put out resumes Im tired of the doctor being so mean to me I do my job right while the other girl just hides in the sterlizing room on her phone all day one time that girl setup a room and i wanted to be nice and help the doctor out and the girl didnt set up right and the doctor scream at me so loud in my face like saying you have to have everything ready and saying stuff as if i was dumb i just started to cry because i was so emberess all the patients stared at me and the girl didnt even come to apologize to me
the doctor talks bad about one of the dental assistants she says she feels sorry for her and the doctor laughs at some patients too but after all im thankful at least i have a job and i shouldnt complain i just cant take it anymore my 2 week check is only 100 dollars now you guys tell me is this fair that someone with no certfication is taking my job
I'm wanting to go to nursing school to become an RN. I've been researching schools and the nursing profession online and I have seen a lot of different programs for becoming an RN. I've seen 2 yr and 4 yr programs. Once I saw a RN Diploma program that was supposed to take three years. What are the difference in these programs if they still get you the same certification? Are there better jobs available to you if you have a BSN (the 4 yr program) as opposed to all the others. It would be nice to get some advice from actual nurses who have completed programs.
I work in the hospital in the radiology department and one of my co workers has no interest in the job what so ever. For example the other day, he mixed up some paper work and tests the patient had done and when I informed him of this, he didn' even care. I know that people make mistakes but I told him and he was like "Who cares". He does some work but after a while, he goes on the internet and plays around instead of looking or asking for work that he could be doing. I am the lead and I have to report this to my manager because he almost cost a big mistake for the depament, the hospital, the patient and me. How can I let my manager know because I don't like giving bad news to people? I have told him over and over again about some mistakes he has been doing. Please help me with this situation.
Hey, im a senior in high school and starting to think about what i want to major in once i get to college. one thing that i am really interested in is the entertainment industry. its all really appealing to me (fashion, tv, film, music, etc) but i don't want to be an actress or a singer.
i've been researching about communications. it seems like a really broad degree with many opportunities.
I was thinking communications major with an emphasis on TV and Radio, does anyone know what jobs i could get with a degree in that?
I also am interested in music supervisor but i heard that is a very tough career to get into, plus i still haven't found what you would major in during college.
I like writing, but I don't think being a reporter or journalist is what I really want to do for a career. ( so I was thinking a minor)
I think working with a music label company or with a tv or film company would be awesome.
so to sum it all up, what careers can I get with a major in communications with concentration in Tv & radio with a minor in journalism or film studies?
gahhh, can anyone help me out?