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  • 1. The roles of scientists
  • 2. Careers involving science
    • Education -teachers and lecturers
    • Pharmaceuticals -research scientists
    • Food industry -food scientists/microbiologists
    • Manufacturing – quality control
    • Engineering – chemical/mechanical
    • Agriculture – research scientists/vets
    • Healthcare
    • Other –forensics, journalists and lots of others
  • 3. Healthcare
    • Doctor
    • Dentist
    • Nurse
    • Physiotherapist
    • Radiographer
    • Pharmacist
    • Phlebotomist
    • Laboratory technician
  • 4. Users of science
    • Major users – use scientific skills as a large part of their job. Have scientific qualifications. eg nurse
    • Significant users – have a fair amount of scientific knowledge and regularly use scientific skills as part of their job. Eg dietician
    • Small users – use some science in their job – eg hair dresser, plumber
  • 5. Qualifications
    • Training schemes - NVQs
    • Degree level – general or specialist
    • Professional qualifications – PGCE, SRN Higher degree – masters or PhD
  • 6. Other Skills needed by employees in organisations that use science
    • Research skills
    • Communication
    • Numeracy
    • ICT
    • Planning
    • Analytical
    • Observational
    • Applying specialist knowledge
    • Team working