Is there a difference between a doctor and a nurse?
A huge difference! Nurses and Doctors have different educational requirements and are governed by completely different laws and regulations.
A nurse provides a nursing diagnosis and an opinion. A doctor offers aid, an official diagnosis, and physical treatment. A nurse is NOT always a female and neither can work without the other.
a midwife is a NURSE an obstetrician is a DOCTOR the midwife cannot give out med. like the doctor can
A Nurse have a degree in nursing science and can not practice alone but a Nurse Practioner has a master degree and ca Practice on their own or partner with a doctor .
A doctor has more experience than a nurse. The nurse does not perform the surgery. The doctor does due to more educated knowledge and training. The nurse is there to help the doctor give the right tools for surgery, for backup, etc. They work in the same field, but in different categories.
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what is general nurse?
what is the difference between a Doctor of Osteopathy and a Naturopathic Doctor
Nurse heals people
they have different colors
As to a kidney doctor, like any doctor, the difference between MD and DO is what the titles stand for. A DO is a Doctor of Obstetrics, and an MD is simply a Medical Doctor.
There really isn't any difference between a practical nurse and a vocational nurse, except the job title. Different parts of the country use different titles for the same job but the duties are the same.
Both ARE nurses. In order of education, Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Nurse Manager, Nurse Practitioner.
An EMT works in an ambulance and responds in emergencies, a Registered Nurse works in a Hospital or a clinic and could have regular patients under a doctor
A cardiac nurse is a registered nurse in the field of cardiac care (ie the cardiac floor of a hospital) treating and caring for patients under the direction of a doctor. A Cardiac Nurse Practitioner (depending upon the state) may or may not work under a doctor but has their RN in addition to a more advanced nursing license and can often diagnose heart conditions and prescribe medications.
An RN is a registered nurse, if they are not registered and licensed they cannot practice.
No. She/she is a nurse with specialized training. A nurse is not a doctor.
A Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is a RN who has continued their education and specialized in an advanced field of nursing and depending upon the state may or may not need to work under a doctor and may have the ability to diagnose and prescribe medications. A Military nurse is a nurse (LPN, RN, or advanced practice nurse) that is in the Military.
There is no difference. An Emergency Room Doctor is an MD. MD stands for Medical Doctor.
All registered nurses are licensed. OB is the specialty a registered nurse may have.
fference between physical medicine doctor and orthopdic
A nurse practitioner is not a doctor. An NP is an advanced practice nurse.
What is the difference between a med-witch or wizard and healer in the Harry Potter books is it like doctor or nurse?
Healer is basically the same as doctor; although some wizards consider it offensive to even compare a healer with a doctor! Obviously, the "healers" use magic for their task.
None. An R.N. means Registered Nurse. A nurse are R.N.'s unless L.P.N.'s (lower) or Nurse Practitioners (higher).
Neonatal is for premature babies, abd midwife can deliever at home
A pediatrician is a doctor. A nurse who works exclusively with childen is a pediatric nurse.
A Community nurse costs money ಠ_ಠ A Public nurse is free... why would you ask such questions? ಠ_ಠ
If you mean do you have to be a nurse before you can be a doctor, the answer is no.
The difference between a DDS and...what? A fugging cheese sandwich?
Professional nurse refers to the individual, where professional nursing refers to the field.
b.sc nursing is little but high rank than staff nurse
None, unless one has a higher degree. A clinical nurse can be an R.N. or a B.S.N.
get a doctor or nurse stomach and cut it then the other doctor put the nurse or doctor stomach then he got your stomach and put to the other doctor or a nurse
The reason why the doctor needs to know the difference between AIDS and HIV is because HIV is the cause for AIDS.
a neonatologist is a doctor all though there is a neonatal nurse!
there is no differece... both are the same
What is PA what is PAC in doctor terms
Doctor is the title you receive after completing your Doctorate. I think?
There is no difference, just a matter of semantics. However, It is typically referred to as Doctor of Medicine.
The doctor asked the nurse to sterilize the equipment between each patient.
The average starting salary would be around 75,000 dollars a year in North Carolina. A nurse practitioner is between a nurse and a doctor.
An RN is a registered nurse. She may or may not have a college degree. A Graduate Nurse may be an RN with a college degree in nursing. LPN is a licensed practical nurse. She is a licensed nurse but not an RN.
In order of education, Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Nurse Manager, Nurse Practitioner. A nurse working in ICU is an RN. ICU Nurses have specialized education and skills, but a new RN can work in an ICU.
one has a needle
no you dont have to be a nurse before you become a doctor, you just need to enter into the studies of becoming a doctor.
As of 2005, the doctor-nurse ratio in the Philippines is 1 to 4. That is, there are approximately 4 nurses for every doctor in the Philippines.
DDS is Doctor of Dentistry; MD (no 's' on the end) is Doctor of Medicine.
another year or two of schooling.