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Medical Careers

  1. 1. 1 By: Maria R. Christi R. Per: 5 August 29, 2013
  2. 2.  Is a person who decides that she or he wants to cure people by studying medicine.  They save peoples lives and diagnose a person when they are dead. There are different types of careers you can study.  Ex:  Physician, Forensic Anthropologist, Medical Assistance, Pharmacist, Radiation Therapy Technologist, Social Worker, and much more.. 2
  3. 3.  A person qualified to practice medicine. It’s a doctor.  You can even be a specialize of heart, skin, cancer, pregnancy, and more.  Average Salary: $100,000 - $275,000  Educational Requirements: Students should take the most challenging high school courses (including AP or IB courses) available in science, math, and English.  After three or four of college then you must attend medical school and get one year of basic chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, and physics. Some medical schools also require course work in Calculus, English, the Humanities, or Social Science.  Additional medical schools want a study of basic and clinical science it’s a year long in hospital internship. Physicians who want to specialize must then undertake a three-year residency in their specialty. 3
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  5. 5.  Is the application of the science of physical anthropology and human osteology (the study of the human skeleton) in a legal setting, most often in criminal cases where the victim's remains are in the advanced stages of decomposition.  Education Requirements:  Forensic Anthropologist, it’s necessary to have a master’s degree or Ph.D. in forensic anthropology. Some classes to consider in your undergraduate courses include chemistry, biology, criminology, physics, biochemistry, statistics, electron microscopy, and computer forensics. Top forensic understand the bones and their characteristics is a large part of the job. The American Board of Forensic Anthropologists offers certification that requires candidates to pass an examination that covers practice and theory.  Average Salary : $37,000- $70,000 or even more money it depends. 5
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  7. 7.  Duties and Responsibilities: Medical assistants help physicians and nurses deliver patient care. They schedule appointments, take blood pressures, respirations, temperatures, and perform other routine patient pre- examining procedures. They sometimes help in office task. Medical assistants work in hospitals, clinics, and private physician offices.  Education Requirements:  Student should complete high school with courses in biology, physical science, office management, communications, and human relations, although medical assistant training programs may accept GED certificates. Medical assistant training programs are provided by community colleges and for-profit technical training schools. They may take between six months and two years to complete.  Average Salary : $17,000 - $18,000 7
  8. 8. 8 These are ways that will help you to become a medical assistance and some salaries.
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  10. 10.  Duties and Responsibilities: Pharmacist have a big job responsibility because you are giving a patient there medication. You answer questions, prepare, prescriptions written by physicians, dentists, and other practitioners. They review these prescriptions to validate their accuracy and then prepare the medication. This can involve weighing, measuring, and mixing drugs. Once the compounds are prepared, pharmacists then dispense them to customers and patients. You are responsible for taking inventory of the drugs on the shelves and ordering any which they are low on.  Pharmacists work in hospitals, clinics, health departments, universities, and grocery, drug, and discount stores.  Educational Requirements: Students should take the most challenging high school classes (including AP or IB) available in English, science, and math. All pharmacists must graduate from a college of pharmacy. Most pharmacy schools require applicants to take the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (P-CAT), and some require up to two years of pre-pharmacy education. Other colleges will admit students directly from high school.  Normally it takes at least five years to earn a Pharmacy Degree. To earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, or you can do one more year to get your PH. D.  Salary Average : $33,000 - $51,000 10
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  13. 13. 13 This graph shows that the number of employment related to medical careers are increasing therefore the technology in medicine will increase. It’s mostly focus on caring for elderly careers.
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