Considering a degree in Healthcare Administration?

Considering a degree in Healthcare Administration?

According to the US Department of Labor, healthcare will generate 3.2 million jobs between 2008 and 2018, more than any other industry, largely in response to rapid growth in the eldery population.

Becoming an Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapists assist people with disabilities, injuries and illness recover and perform day-to-day activities without any hitch. They get associated with wide range of people from school children to elderly ones. Their main goal is to improve the living standards and lifestyle of people and motivate them to live longer with peace and happiness. The […]

Becoming a Nurse Educator

Nurse Educators are generally licensed registered nurses having higher education at the master’s degree level and above. Besides teaching nursing curriculum in schools and colleges of nursing, they also work in medical and public settings. They supervise nursing students and educate common people as well as the health professionals about various nursing issues and problems. […]

Becoming a Healthcare Documentation Specialist

A Healthcare Documentation Specialist listens to a voice recording made by doctors or other healthcare professionals and decode those information using medical transcription technology to put into an electronic record. The reports prepared by the Healthcare Documentation Specialists become part of legal medical record. That includes medical history, discharge reports, diagnosis reports, autopsy report, consultation […]

Becoming a Massage Therapist

Massage therapists treat clients by manipulating the soft-tissue muscles of the body. They help the patients in pain relief and rehabilitation. They also improve blood circulation. A good massage also helps people recover from the stress and get relaxation. Massage therapies vary from person to person depending on the circumstances. Massage therapy helps millions of […]

Becoming a Medical Historian

The Medical Historians do not necessarily study the history of medicine. They are the professionals who make a research on medical science and add scholarly value to medicine. They generally dig deeper into social history, personal history, medical history and surgical history. They analyze the information and develop new methods of research and treatment. They […]

Becoming a Crime Scene Investigator

Crime Scene Investigators are also known as Forensic Science Technicians, Evidence Technicians and Crime Scene Analysts. They are generally trained police officers, but in some cases civilians also get employment as Crime Scene Investigators. The CSIs collect fingerprints, footprints, trace materials, fibers and biological evidence found at the scene and on the victim’s body to […]

Becoming a Cardiovascular Technician

Cardiovascular Technicians use imaging machines and technology to diagnose and treat all types of heart ailments. They study the behavior of heart and surrounding blood vessels. They also assist the Cardiologists during various functions such as reviewing patients’ medical history and conditions, performing ultrasound process, answering patients’ queries, dealing with their family members, recording the […]

Becoming an Allopathic Physician

Medicine is a vast term, as it plays a key role in helping people maintain their health, spirit and keep them themselves fit. A general Allopathic Physician detects the common illness in patients and administers various medicines before referring to a specialist if needed. Allopathic medicine treats illness caused by various factors, but of temporary […]