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Asking on behalf of a friend who's a 3 year nurse interested in making the transition from nursing to medicine. She is in the process of figuring out research opportunities for the next year to hopefully land a publication. She already connections with faculty and researchers at her nursing school who would be eager to have her on published projects, but she is concerned about how adcoms will look upon research in the field of nursing and whether that will actually "count" or be considered a red flag or sort?

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Asking on behalf of a friend who's a 3 year nurse interested in making the transition from nursing to medicine. She is in the process of figuring out research opportunities for the next year to hopefully land a publication. She already connections with faculty and researchers at her nursing school who would be eager to have her on published projects, but she is concerned about how adcoms will look upon research in the field of nursing and whether that will actually "count" or be considered a red flag or sort?

Thanks!
They could research the mating habits of mollusks or almost any other topic. Its fine
 
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