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Pediatrician Vs. Registered Nurse

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Pediatrician
Vs.
Registered Nurse 2.Apply to your desired university that you have the prerequisites for. 4.Pass an exam administered by your provincial nursing association to become a registered nurse. 3.Earn Bachelor of Science in nursing degree (BScN). 5.Work as a nurse. 1. Earn a high school diploma. 2. Attented 2 to 3 years of undergraduate . 5.Complete a 4 year residency. 3.Write a standardized exam, called the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). 4.Attend medical school ( 3-4 years) At the end of the program, students become MDs. 1. Earn a highschool diploma.
6. Pass certification exams administered by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and meet provincial licensing requirements. 7. Work as a pediatrician. Pediatrician Registered Nurse Years of post-secondary education Universities offering the program Univerisity of Ottawa
York University
McMaster University
Nippissing University
Queen's UNiversity
University of Western

Most work between 9 to 12 hours a day, 45 to 60 hours a week. Cut off mark Salary Average work hours Degree of Happiness Chance of entering the profession Work irregular 12 hour shifts while others work regular schedules. Most full-time nurses work between 35 and 45 hours a week. Residents make much less than fully-qualified pediatricians, they earn anywhere between $42,000 and $65,000 a year. Newly-certified pediatricians who find full-time employment may earn around $100,000.However, those who work in a large, successful practice and have many years of experience can make over $300,000 a year. $40,000 to $85,000 a year. Nurses with additional training, or who work as managers or administrators, may make as much as $90,000 a year. 10 10 10 10 3-4 9-11 What is a pediatrician? Pediatricians are physicians that specialize in caring for newborns, young children and teenagers. They diagnose, treat injuries, infections, and diseases for young patients, they also counsel them through difficult times and situations, such as puberty and family problems.
Pediatricians treat illnesses by using a combination of physical exams, patients’ medical histories and by ordering special tests like x- rays. Pediatricians may also recommend treatment programs. What is a Registered Nurse? Registered nurses, also known as RNs, are involved in providing direct patient care. However, their work might also include a variety of other duties like presenting health information, performing urgent procedures and managing other nurses. They begin their work by assessing their patients’ physical, mental, and emotional health status by collecting information on patients’ personal, family and community background; taking blood pressure, temperature, and other vital signs; and performing basic physical exams. Nurses also help design and carry out treatment plans for patients. 7 5 Univerisity of Ottawa
University of Toronto
McMaster University
Queen's University
University of Western

Anywhere from 70% to the high 80's 5 8 Anywhere from the high 80's to mid 90's Admission Requirements
• Completion of High School Diploma plus Grade 12 U/M requirements
• English (ENG4U)
• One of: Advanced Functions (MHF4U), Calculus & Vectors (MCV4U), Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)
• Biology (SBI4U)
• Chemistry (SCH4U)
• One additional 4U or 4M credit
Admission Requirements
• Completion of High School Diploma plus Grade 12 U/M requirements
• English (ENG4U)
• One of: Advanced Functions (MHF4U), Calculus & Vectors (MCV4U), Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)
• Biology (SBI4U)
• Chemistry (SCH4U)
Personal Reflection!
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