So, you're 13 and want to be a doctor someday. Great. Go for it. But how? I guess you're either in 8th or 9th grade. Makes no difference. Study, study, study. Take school as seriously as you can possible imagine. In high school make sure that you take all the toughest courses, including as many AP classes as they will allow you to take. In fact, if they try to limit how many AP courses you can take and you think you can handle more, don't take no for an answer. Get special permission to take more! Write letters. Have your parents write letters. Make phone calls. You must take the most demanding course load your school provides. Why? So you can get into a good college with an excellent Biology or pre-med program. Take the SAT or the ACT, and make sure you take the SAT II exams in Bio and Chem. When you go to college, bust your hump to make the highest grades possible, so when you graduate you can apply to medical school with confidence. It also doesn't hurt to volunteer in hospitals or to qualify as an EMT. I'd wait until you're in college for the EMT thing, tho. Good luck and God bless you.
You have to go to university and medical school to become a doctor because when you come to become a doctor it will be muc easier to understand everything and there is more of a chance that you will get to work in a hospital or a doctor
A veterinarian has very similar training to a medical doctor for humans. In fact it is easier to become a medical doctor than a vet because there are a lot fewer vet schools. There are only 20 vet schools in the United States.
If you mean, is it easier to perform the jobs of a physical therapist or a sports doctor, then the physical therapist will probably exert more muscles in the course of a day's work than a doctor would. Both have to carry liability insurance and the mental anguish associated with the need to have that insurance. It is easier and quicker to go to school to become a physical therapist than it is to become a licensed physician specializing in sports medicine. It is harder physically to be a physical therapist, but it is harder intellectually and educationally to be a physician- because you will have to go one of the MD (medical doctor), DC (chiropractor)or ND (naturopathic doctor)routes.
because, very unfortunately, it is easier to just put something to sleep instead of having to pay for medications, doctor visits, surgeries, etc.
Medical terminology is important so that professionals can easily understand what is going on with a patient. If you are a medical professional, your job will be much easier if you know medical terms.
Yes, probably. It wouldn't inconvenience me at all, and would make checking in to hospital or visiting the doctor a lot easier.
Yes you can take them together but be careful. The respiratory depression effects of both drugs are amplified making overdose much easier. You might stop breathing. A lower dose of BOTH drugs must be taken to negate this effect. I am NOT a doctor and this is NOT medical advice. Speak to a doctor before mixing the drugs. Everybody's body reacts differently to medications and only a doctor can tell you if the combination is save. Best wishes to you! Yes you can take them together but be careful. The respiratory depression effects of both drugs are amplified making overdose much easier. You might stop breathing. A lower dose of BOTH drugs must be taken to negate this effect. I am NOT a doctor and this is NOT medical advice. Speak to a doctor before mixing the drugs. Everybody's body reacts differently to medications and only a doctor can tell you if the combination is save. Best wishes to you!
Yes, Amco does have both home and medical. It makes paying for insurance much easier.
Algebra is related to medical technology because you can't do medical technology as much if you don't know Algebra. Because Algebra makes it easier.
for the credits it is all the same but if you want to get in a good medical school your grades will need to be the best so you can have it easier in medical school.
You can go to medical school with any degree. You just have to take the basic science courses, take the MCAT, apply to med school and get accepted. In fact, most of my friends who have worked as medical office assistants got their inspiration to continue it to a medical school coming from their past job. Now they are very successful in their career and in helping people. I think it is rather going to be much easier to blend in the medical field since you already have a good experience in the industry with your medical assistant degree. In fact if you can do it, you can even be a working student.
You need to identify your career aspirations in order to adequately answer this question. Once you know what your career goals are, it is easier to determine whether the role for which you are applying moves you towards or away from your goals.
There are two basic ways. The first is to go to medical school, get your license then join the Army. The other is to get a bachelor's degree in a hard science and apply to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. The first way is easier.
I don't understand your question. Please restate so it can be answered.
You can get a career in photography by having a great portfolio containing a variety of beautiful pictures you made, and of course with information about yourself. You can also get a job at a studio to learn more about photography, making it easier to get a career in photography.
Because writing Dr is easier than writing Doctor.
Do you want to become a Doctor? Family doctors make about $300,000-$600,000 a year. One year. Pediatricians is a doctor for babies/ young children. They make about $300,000-$400,000 a year. They make a little less than Family doctors. I'm going to be a Family doctor when i grow up. I promised my family that I would become a doctor. My dad wants me to become something like a doctor, lawyer, or some career that makes good money. If you become rich, you can have anything you want. Dream house with a inside and outside pool. Big balcony like Romeo and Juliet. If a doctor can do it, they know you can. But, its only your choice. No one else's. Just yours. So, if you want to be something some day, make good grades and go to college. Get into the medical degree. Its the best degree to get into. When you graduate from high school, pick up the phone and call a college. Right away. You can have it easier in life if you want it to be. :)
While your doctor would be best so your medical records are accurate and your allergies are considered, going to a clinic can save money because it might cost less than your copay to the doctor's office. Clinics can be more conveniently located and appointments can be easier to get with less waiting.
Medical office furniture is a good idea for any medical office, as it is typically made to be easier to keep sanitized, and it is also tailored to medical needs. However, you can use medical office furniture in other offices as well if you find a set that you like.
Engineering, petrochemical, electrical, scientific, geological... There's many. It would be easier to answer your question if you can tell us in what type of career you are interested in.
It's certainly easier to keep medical records on-site for active patients. There are no regulations, however, about where medical records must be kept as long as they are secure.
Determining what career is best for you depends on what you like to do. Working as a code-breaker for the government can be an exciting and high-paying career. For something a little easier, you might want to look into IT services at a local company or school.
It is a good idea to take some time to write down your career goals before or during the job application process. Knowing what you want to achieve will make it easier to answer this question.
Medical practices like doctors offices and emergency rooms use medical document imaging. It is designed to cut down on paper use and allow easier access to medical records. Facilities that use medical document imaging include: hospitals, medical offices, medical libraries, research centers, military bases, and veterans centers.
Because he said it was "easier". Personally, anyone who blogs does so, because they can't write.