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9 Jobs in Health Care where you won't see blood and can ...
Posted: (3 days ago) 9 Jobs in Health Care where you won’t see blood and can still make $100,000+ 119. Do you want a career in Medicine but hate seeing blood? Here’s a list of 9 jobs in Medicine(and interviews of real people with those jobs) where you get to help people, avoid the blood and guts, and still potentially make $100,000+. ...
Interview with an Registered Nurse Health Coach - Job Shadow
Posted: (5 days ago) RN Health Coaches work with the patient’s Healthcare Provider(s) to ensure continuity of care and an optimal level of understanding between the two disciplines of medicine. The RN Health Coach helps to devlope a care plan that is within the client’s best interest and designed from the client’s perspective based upon their life structure.
Interview with a Hospital Pharmacist - Job Shadow
Posted: (2 days ago) It’s very hard to find a job nowadays as a pharmacist post grad, so think carefully if you want to choose pharmacy. Remember pharmacy school takes 6 years and the unemployment rate will only go up each year. I would rather suggest a job like nurse, area where people are still needed.
Interview with a Clinical Nurse Specialist - Job Shadow
Posted: (4 days ago) In healthcare, the motivation is clear: optimal health care and making it go smoothly for patients & families. Nurses who want to specialize in a certain area, with a taste for program planning, should consider becoming a Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Interview with a Clinical Chemist - Job Shadow
Posted: (18 days ago) Sometimes jobs like mine involve regulatory and administrative duties. I don’t really enjoy those. Also, I don’t enjoy teaching students that don’t care and don’t want to learn. That is no fun! How do you make money/or how are you compensated? I get a salary, with health insurance and benefits. How much money do Clinical Chemists make?
An interview with a Medical Device Sales Consultant - Job ...
Posted: (6 days ago) Advice needed. I’m 29 years old with a Bachelor’s Degree as a base. I have 5 years of sales experience, 4 years of management experience. I have several contacts within the pharm/medical device sales field, and between my experience, passion for health and drive to be successful, personality and interpersonal skills – they agree I’d be perfect for this career.
Interview with an EMT - Job Shadow
Posted: (6 days ago) The job of an EMT is always advancing and developing. It puts you on the fore front of emergency medicine where you can do alot of good for people. It’s a fast paced physically demanding job at times but I feel the rewards of helping people in need exceed s all of that.
Interview with a Chiropractor - Job Shadow
Posted: (9 days ago) eyes to natural healthcare. It’s definitely rewarding getting a family or friend referral from a patient. It gives me a sense that I did my job and did it well enough to warrant a referral. What advice would you offer someone considering this career? Please do your research. Many choose to go to chiropractic school not
Interview with a Psychologist - Job Shadow
Posted: (3 days ago) I have had a passion for psychology and the health profession since I was a child. I really want to go into clinical psychology and specialize in psychotherapy, working in possibly a hospital setting. As of right now, my biggest complication is trying to find job shadowing as an undergraduate or even internship possibilities.