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Hey - I have a question, and I thought maybe someone could help me out. I'm a high school senior, and I've always wanted to be a pediatric nurse, more specifically, a pediatric oncology nurse. The thing I'm wondering about is when I start nursing school, will I have to make rounds (or whatever it's called) in every department? Since I already know exactly what I want to do, I don't really want to have to experience any of the other departments, I have no desire whatsoever... but I assume I will have to. About how long do you stay in each place? And do you get to pick any, or do you just work in them all?
Hey everyone! I'm a senior in high school, and we have to do a research paper. Since I'm interested in becoming a neonatal nurse, I thought it'd be helpful for me to do my paper on something related to it. The trouble is, I'm having a hard time finding a specific topic to do it on. I was wondering if any of you had any suggestions that would be good for me to research. We have to be able to prove something in this paper. Example - Say I wanted to do my paper on dinosaurs - I couldn't just do dinosaurs because it's too broad of a subject. I'd have to narrow it down to something that can be proved, like different theories on how they became extinct. So I can't really think of anything on my own that deals with neonatal that can be proved. The closest I've come to finding a topic is about maternal drug abuse during preganancy, and how it affects both the mother and infant. So I was just wondering if you knew of anything that I might could do! I'd really appreciate some input! Thanks!
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