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 a Cosmetic Dentist

Cosmetic Dentists perform corrective surgery and help to improve patients’ appearance of mouth, teeth, and gums by correcting cracked, chipped, uneven, and discolored teeth. They use the latest radiographic, computer-generated imaging, and other specialized diagnostic techniques such as porcelain veneers, bridges, crowns, fillings, bonding, and whitening techniques in order to perform treatments. They also provide […]

Becoming a Cosmetic Dental Technician

Cosmetic Dental Technicians use their artistic ability and technology to help patients’ mouths and teeth look and function properly. They make porcelain veneers, crowns, gum grafts to simulate the function of the patient’s natural teeth. They use a variety of high-tech materials, such as ceramics, plastics wax, and metal alloys for fixed restorations of the tooth […]

Becoming a Computer Tomography Technician

Computer Tomography Technicians are trained to provide accurate diagnostic images of the human body through radiologic technology. They produce x-ray images of the body from different angles and cross-sections for a variety of purposes, such as locating internal injuries sustained during traumatic episodes. Their other responsibilities include recording patient histories, preparing patients and equipment for […]

Becoming a Community Program Counselor

Community Program Counselors help people to overcome physical, mental and emotional problems resulting from various concerns such as health care, career, immigration concerns, discrimination issues, elder care, unemployment, family disputes or other social issues. They create awareness and educate individuals or a community to promote physical, spiritual and emotional wellness. Their responsibilities include interviewing and […]

Becoming a Clinical Voice Pathologist

Clinical Voice Pathologists diagnose and treat individuals who have problems in voice, speech, swallowing and language, which result from a variety of causes, such as emotional problems, developmental delay, stroke, brain injury, a cleft palate, cerebral palsy, hearing loss, or any physical disabilities. Their responsibilities include analyzing patients’ communication capabilities, developing appropriate treatment plans, teaching […]

Becoming a Clinical Trial Administrator

Clinical Trial Administrators monitor the administrative aspects of a number of clinical trials, which are designed to test new medications and medical devices for safety and efficacy. Their responsibilities include preparing essential clinical trial documents; attending study meetings and arranging investigator meetings; facilitating coordination of ethics, regulatory and research and development submissions; identifying protocol problems, […]

Becoming a Clinical Scientist

Clinical Scientists use clinical trials and other investigative methods to conduct verities of research for improving overall human health. They interpret test results and suggest new methods of diagnosis and treatment. They analyze the effects of pharmaceutical products or other medical treatments given to patients. Besides, they may also have some administrative responsibilities, such as […]