Hello. I am really worried incase I've made a bad decision. Please help.
I have recently given up medicinal chemistry to apply for nursing, the reasoning behind my decision was that I wanted to work more with people and less in a lab. I don't really want to make drugs, however I am still very very interested in this subject. (people have suggested I do medicine but I don't have the grades or funding and had to complete an access course for medicinal chem.)
Is there a role amongst nursing where you will still get to work with drugs/hormones and study their role in the brain? maybe a substance misuse nurse or research nurse? or neurology? I have loved learning about and would like to learn more about neurotransmitters and the way hormones and drugs work within the body as well as disease. Maybe I could do a masters and specialise in something but I'm not sure what?
I'm so scared I've made a bad choice as my interests lie deeply within the study of drugs. I did think about pharmacy but have heard lots of bad things about it and I wouldn't want to work in the community because I don't think i'd enjoy the business end of it.
Medicinal Chemistry to Nursing HELP!!
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