who is this cutie
Sorry I didn't get back to you.
Ultimate Thor only regained his mystical powers in Secret Wars.
wow is that a system exclusively known by students only and your prof is not aware of? if so, that is pretty fucking cool system to have. would have wished to have that during my time in school.
i started getting more interested after doing my pharmacology course in 3rd year. thankfully, the profession is so diverse and there are a lot of opportunities to move up. i can do a lot of research work if i pursue my PhD. and really? i'm glad i'm not the only one who feels that way. you go into nursing for the love of helping people but the politics behind the job can take a huge toll on you, which is why i'm looking to move up so i'm not so involved in the political aspects of it.
DAMN son. a few days before? that's quite the talent my friend. well, i don't think there's a humanly possible way to make that type of content enjoyable and interactive anyways.
good for you. the brain and spinal cord are pretty unforgiving even with good surgical technique. there's going to be a lot of emotional burden too but it sounds like you're dead set on being one so all the best to you. bonne chance~
it can offer you financial stability
for real, you can basically expand your opportunities. you'll have the option of being a post-secondary nursing instructor (which is something casual in comparison to hospital work, being able to pass on clinical knowledge to students sounds awesome) or be a nurse practitioner which is basically the most advanced form of nursing.
OH you do have placements, you guys just call it hospital rotations i suppose.
i've heard all about the nightmares of memorizing in med school. we know the bare minimum of some of the things you guys are learning, which is pretty fortunate for us. guess we're on the same boat then. the classes are incredibly boring but my most memorable have been exposure to different practical work, particularly mental health and ICU. any idea what specific area of work you want to work in when you graduate?
an RN is a registered nurse. i want to, maybe, get a PhD in nursing.
interesting take on it though with 6-7 years being easier. i did a little bit of research on PhD of nursing takes 3 years and the curriculum seems very demanding. i don't know if I'm doing it for more experience or just dislike for being stagnant. looking to always move up somehow. but I'm pretty indecisive in general.
how is med school? do you guys also have "placements"?
ah i figured.
well anything medical related is fascinating. i graduated as an RN two years ago, worked for a year, tried to do business school and quit some time last year. contemplating on getting my PhD but i don't know if i got anything left in the tank for me school wise. is it tough?
noticed your posts on the medical thread. i'm curious, what's your current occupation?
Its dangerous because of Crispi!
Don't disappear again else I wont be happy. Buhleeeeeeee dat!
Knight of Elegance
A whole lot of boredom
- L·A·Z·E·R·H·A·W·K -
Knight of Romance