Respiratory Therapists Interview Questions
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If you could not be a respiratory therapist, what career would you choose?
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Perfusionist. I am interested in learning more about this profession. However I prefer the diversity of Respiratory therapy and the fast atmosphere.
I wld choose radiation therapy in order to help people diagnosed with cancer.
That's up in the air right now. I would probably be an insurance agent for the time being.
I would have chosen something dealing with helping peopel.
At one point I wanted a desk job with something to do with business or economics but I am too active to sit down for 8 hours a day.
Pulmonologist-I am intrigued by the cardio pulmonary process and would like to stay in this field in some capacity.
I don't see myself doing any other career. I love what I do and I worked hard to get to where I am right now. Being able to help pts, saving lives, make a difference to their lives. Its who I am.
If I could not be a Respiratory Therapist, I would think of venturing into Ultrasound. There's something about ultrasound that seems very interesting to me. It seems like a very different scope of medicine.
If I could not be a RT I would choose a career working with pediactrics doing therapy with them.
I would be a dentist. I could put a smile back on patients faces.