Reading a Rx1. Dr. ID #?2. Medication prescribed3. What is strength of med?4. How many tablets do you take at a time?5. How many tablets have been dispensed?6. How many refills?7. What is the brand name/generic name?8. Special instructions?
Biomedical engineer• Fix medical equipment• Design new medical equipment
Mental HealthCounselor:-Works with families through communication- Assists pt. to be more self- sufficient- Works with addictions, maritalproblems, family issues
Human Services worker-Assist pt. to function independently-Assist with utilities, finding jobs & housing- Link with agencies
Psychologist-Work one on one- Test to dx. problems & find treatment- Evaluate pt. feelings
Social worker-Plan discharges-Assist with finding resources- Organize support groups
DieteticsDietetic Technician-Screen pt. for nutritionproblems-Follow sanitary & safetystandards-Purchase foodDietitian-Plan nutritious meals-Provide special diets-Supervise dietary staff-Educate pt. re: diet
Vision CareOptician:- Fit for glasses- order glasses, contacts- Manage office, sales- Repair glassesOptometrist:- Diagnose visionproblems- Test for diseases- Prescribeglasses/contacts- Prescribe meds for eyes- Run business