A pediatrician is a doctor. A nurse who works exclusively with childen is a pediatric nurse.
Anyone can study to be a doctor/Pediatrician, and that incl a pediatric nurse. She has to study to be a doctor though.
Is a nurse a similar occupation to a pediatrician?
a nurse and a doctor are 2 similar careers to a pediatrician
It is a children's nurse. They usually work in the children's wing of the hospital or for a pediatrician.
Yes, all types of nurses are needed in many hospitals/clinics. Any type of nurse can become a travel nurse.
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You have to become a nurse first and you have to get your edd
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the doctors that take care of babies is called a pediatrician. you could get mixed up with a nurse and a pediatrician but the difference is that a nurse doesn't only take care of babies and kids. they can take care of any size.
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No, a nurse and a pediatrician are not the same thing. A pediatrician is a type of physician and has a different level of training than a nurse. To become a pediatrician, you would need a medical degree after completing medical school. If you are trained in the United Kingdom, this would be a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB or MBBS) and if you train in the United States, you can receive either a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) or Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. In addition to receiving a medical degree, you must also receive your medical license and complete pediatric residency training if you wish to be a pediatrician. There is no requirement for majoring in Nursing to become a pediatrician.
If one wants to be a nurse, one can apply a pediatrician's office, a general practitioner's office, or a hospital, in any one of the hospital's multiple departments.
to become a pediatrician you have to have 11 to 12 years of college.
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No I asked my children's pediatrician he said no and a nurse at the hospital who used to be a veterinary assistant also confirmed this
no nurses and pediactrics are two TOTALLY different things. pediactrics are children doctors and nurses are assistant doctors
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Please ask your pediatrician this question or the school nurse. Take the child with you when you go to ask the question and show them the reason why you think this may be needed. It is important that you ask the doctor or nurse this question right away.
A nurse practitioner does not have M.D. (medical doctor) degree and does not have the needed education to be a pediatrician which is a medical doctor. Nurse practitioners (also referred to as advanced practice nurses, or APNs) have a master's degree in nursing (MS or MSN) and board certification in their specialty. For example, a pediatric NP has advanced education, skills, and training in caring for infants, children, and teens. Licensed as nurse practitioners and registered nurses, NPs follow the rules and regulations of the Nurse Practice Act of the state where they work. If accredited through the national board exam, the NP will have an additional credential such as Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (CPNP) or Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (CFNP). In addition, they have different tracks of education. The physician is trained in the medical model, and the nurse practitioner in the nursing model.
i am a nurse and worked in a doctors office with lots of kids and ohh yes you do need a strong stomach but the joy of all the kids is great