Chelsea Samms, (@allrealbeauty_), NICU RN

"...That's the worst feeling in the world. First of all, losing one of your senses, but then going to a doctor and they're telling you, "We don't know." It is the lowest moment of my life. It was sophomore year. I remember very vividly. I was taking anatomy and physiology and just very gradually,  it started in one eye. It was just very blurry. It just got progressively worse and worse every day. I was like, "I don't know what's going on." I can still see out of my other eye.

Miki Rai (@mikirai), Nursing Student

“Yes, you will have two or three, 12-hour shifts a week on top of all of your quizzes, exams, your NCLEX studying, your projects, and it is a very different undergraduate lifestyle than someone who, say, a biology major. Nursing is a challenging career but I 100% love what I do. I'm so glad that I went into the field of nursing.”

Roma Patel, (@romattoo), Nursing Student

“I just want to be known as someone that works really hard and be known as someone that can put my mind to something and get it done. I want to be someone that is compassionate, I just want to be someone that people can go to if they need help and I want my patients to see me as someone that is really there for them even if it's just my first day working with them or a week into it I just want to be someone that they know they could go to, I can get the job done, I can advocate for them and we can try to have some fun and some smiles along the way."

Dr. Vanessa Nwaozo, (@fearlesslyoma), MD

“I don't have a choice not to be successful. My parents came here so that I could be successful. They came to another country where it didn't matter if you're born into wealth. If you worked hard, you could be successful in life. The choice that I had is how was I going to be successful? That's where they want and the desire to become a doctor came in.”

Dr. Vanessa Nwaozo ❤️(@fearlesslyoma), #RealCaregiversRealStories🎬

Zainab Mabizari (@thezmab), Medical Student

“You looking different as you are, makes you more comfortable to people who also look different. Imagine going to the hospital and seeing a person who looks like you helping you and treating you, you're going to feel more comfortable.”

Claudia Martinez, (@claudiaimartinez), Med Student

"...Had I not had the journey I've had, I wouldn't be where I'm at today, and be pursuing my career. We all have two lives, and the second one begins when we realize we just have one. There's light at the end of the tunnel, and sometimes, when we don't see it, we have to create it ourselves. It doesn't mean it's not there, and it doesn't mean it's going to be easy to create it, but it's possible."

Claudia Martinez, (@claudiaimartinez), Med Student #RealCaregiversRealStories

Rona Dadayan, (@heyrona), BSN

"...That made me feel so good knowing that I just helped someone. Then as a nurse right now on the floor, people still come up to me and they're like, "Oh my God, you got me through nursing school." I just give them the biggest hug, because I'm like, wow, I can't believe that I'm actually making a difference." Rona Dadayan, @heyrona, BSN #RealCaregiversRealStories

Katie Duke, MSN ACNP-BC

"I worked in the emergency room in New York City for 10 years. I have been punched in the face by people because they didn't want to wait in the waiting room. I have been told that I am a bleep, bleep, bleep, bleep, to my face because somebody didn't agree with their plan of care. So it is a very thankless profession. But on the other hand... " Watch as we get even more uncensored with nursepiration and social media superstar Katie Duke.This episode is brought to you by Cherokee Uniforms.#RealCaregiversRealStories

Pathologist Assistant Nicole Angemi, (@mrs_angemi)

Scalpel, Bone Saw, Enterotome, Mortui Vivos Docent... Sounds familiar?

This Halloween get ready to visit the autopsy room. Human Dissector, Pathology Assistant Nicole Angemi known as @mrs_angemi by her 1.4 Million Instagram followers brings us one step closer to death. Watch her interview where she talks about her passion for "Pathology".