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About two years.: It depends on what exactly the degree is on and which college and state it is in. An a.S. Degree in nursing or dental hygiene can be two or three years in oregon. But if you can, go for the four year b. Sc. Degree. Better future opportunities. ...Read more
Is there anyone that lives in el monte or near that wants to sell medical term. For health professions?
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What are the differences between different mental health professions and who is best suited to help kids?
It depends on: The problem. In general, a child should have an evaluation by a child and adolescent psychiatrist to rule out illnesses that could require treatment with medication. The psychiatrist may then recommend a psychologist or therapist for the talk/play portion of the treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are the differences between different mental health professions and who is best suited to help cutters?
Counselors: A psychiatrist is a doctor who has completed a medical degree and then completes a residency to become a psychiatrist. A psychologist has a graduate degree, such as master's or phd and tends to specialize in counseling. Cutters should be evaluated by a psychiatrist for any treatable, underlying mental illness, then referred to a counselor. Counseling can help develope better coping skills. ...Read more
Depends: As a patient you might want your doc to have gone to medical school.You might want the drug addicted ones to be removed before their impairment causes you harm.You might want the ones treating you for cancer you don't have to be caught and go to jail. There are many complex issues in this process the public never sees, but the health related boards make the effort to remove the bad actors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Personnel shortages: Some areas need to use locum tenems healthcare personnel to fill job vacancies. Fortunately, many healthcare workers enjoy traveling and sharing their expertise. ...Read more
Hard to say, but: The devil's always in the details. We as patients (or families of patients) always want "the best, " but are rarely aware of the real costs. Hospitals and doctors have learned to become wasteful because we're spending someone else's money, but in the end, it's really all of us who end up paying. Some sort of conscious decision-making is needed (rationing), and we'd better control our own destiny! ...Read more