Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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Deliver doses of X-rays and other ionising radiation to patients, most of whom are suffering from various forms of cancer.
Works in the administrative department of a hospital, local surgery or clinic.
Works in 3rd level colleges and universities providing information and guidance to students considering educational progression or into employment.
A fully qualified medical doctor who examines and diagnoses disorders and diseases using x-rays and radioactive materials, and may also treat patients.
Public Health Nurses are qualified registered nurses who provide a range of health care services in the community.
Studies and researches micro-organisms like bacteria and algae.
Medical records clerks play an important role in the smooth running of hospitals and clinics. They set up and maintain a system of keeping patients' records on file.
Home help assistants work with people who, perhaps through illness, a physical or learning disability or a mental health problem, need support to cope within their own home.