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- by suha.O Jun 13, '10Is it possible to continue in nursing school and hired in the future when you are stutter without facing difficulty at work
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- Jun 13, '10 by llgIt depends on how severe your stuttering is ... and what types of job you will be seeking. For example, if it interfers with your being able to communicate quickly and clearly in an emergency situation, it would interfer with your ability to be safe in some clinical areas. If it interfers with your ability to be an effective communicator with patients, families, and other members of the health care team ... then yes, it will be a problem.
But a mild stutter would probably be OK for some jobs.
It all depends ...
- Jun 14, '10 by suha.Omy sttuter same times mild and other times hardly u can notice it and in the bad days i dont speak and keep avoid people around me.............. any way thanks for your attention i am grateful
- Sep 9, '10 by toin43I feel you...I have a stutter too...some days I am great...others not so good...its just certain words. I just finished my BSN and thats one of my biggest fears being seen as incompetent for my speech impediment...go figure.