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    I'm torn between becoming a LPN or Radiologist ..

    I think being a nurse would be great but the thought of bathing and bedpans the badsides of it scares me and I think I wont be able to make it through it, plus I heard it could be a lot of stress..

    being a radiologist I dont know too much about besides you do X-rays, can anyone give me more info? whats the downside to it? Is it better pay normally? Where are most radiologists located? do they do nightshifts etc like nurses?
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    Being a Radiologist will take 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, and a 3 year residency, I have a feeling this is not what you meant
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    No, that couldnt be it then.
    The program I was talking about is only 2yrs Tech
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    Originally posted by gagirl13
    I'm torn between becoming a LPN or Radiologist ..

    I think being a nurse would be great but the thought of bathing and bedpans the badsides of it scares me and I think I wont be able to make it through it, plus I heard it could be a lot of stress..

    being a radiologist I dont know too much about besides you do X-rays, can anyone give me more info? whats the downside to it? Is it better pay normally? Where are most radiologists located? do they do nightshifts etc like nurses?
    Choosing Nursing very important thread

    http://allnurses.com/forums/showthre...threadid=52154

    I think you mean a radiology tech I would even suggest taking it a step further and looking into ultrasonography
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    Try and do some job shadowing, maybe? Talk to some LPNs/RNs and rad techs about their job responsibilities, pay, hours, personal fulfillment, etc.

    http://www.radiography.com is a good board to ask questions about x-ray tech/sonography/MRI/CT programs.

    I've been trying to decide between nursing and rad tech myself! For now, I'm a nursing major but I still don't feel really confident in my decision.


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