Author of Children's books.
Maternal Health Nurse
I like to spend time with my patients giving holistic rounded care. I love that I do everything for these people, I mean literally everything as well as support their family, the dr just doesn't do that. In the icu where I work the dr will have about 10+ patients to manage where as I have one and my entire day is dedicated to just them.
As others have said they are just totally different jobs, I know many nurses who could easily have become drs but they didn't want to.
I'm very blessed to be well on my way to achieving my dream job. I absolutely love what I do now but there is always room to go further with it. If you'd have asked me 15 years ago if I saw myself doing my job I would say "not on your life!" In fact I went to uni to study a completely different field!
It's funny how life takes you on these amazing journeys. If I hadn't of gone to uni back then I would have never met my husband who was the main person to help me realise what I really wanted to do in life.
I don't want to be an ob, I would rather be a midwife.
Although they are in the same field, they are different jobs with different sets of skills and responsibilities
As a little kid growing up, I always wanted to be a doctor. And now I am one, it's a pretty good job. BUT...if I could have ANY job in the world, I would like to be the Queen. Not so much a job, as a position...but this is fantasy, right?!
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My dream job would be a radiologist. Health care with patient interaction but no bodily fluids and mostly sensible hours plus a decent pay packet.
wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
Being host of getaway or similar!
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