What is a psychiatric neurologist?

Answer A psychiatric neurologist, more commonly known as a neuropsychiatrist, specializes in understanding the relationship between the brain and human behavior. These licensed doctors treat patients expe... Read More »

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Differences Between a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner & a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist?

Psychiatric nurse practitioners (NP) and psychiatric clinical nurse specialists (CNS) are advanced practice nurses with specialized responsibilities. Both require at least a master's degree in nurs... Read More »

Where does a neurologist work?

Neurologists study and treat disorders of the human nervous system. They can work in laboratories performing clinical research, treat patients in an office or clinic or perform surgery in a hospita... Read More »

How much does a neurologist get paid?

According to the 2008 Physician Compensation Survey done by Modern Healthcare, the average annual salary for a neurologist is between $203,200 and $298,503.Source:Neurology

How long does it take to become a neurologist?

Neurologists train for about 12 years--four years of undergraduate study and four years of medical school are required before a one-year internship can begin. After the internship, an aspiring neur... Read More »