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Hi, We found 20 relevant occupations of your interest (Healthcare & Medicine)

Psychologist

A psychologist studies the human mind, thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. He/she assesses, diagnoses, and, subsequently, treats their mental, emotional, cognitive, social, and behavioural problems. A psychologist can choose from a variety of areas of specialization, such as Clinical, Counselling, Developmental, Forensic, Industrial, and Research Psychology....

Fashion Merchandiser

A fashion merchandiser takes care of the business side of a fashion house or company. He/she plays a very important role in the planning, manufacturing, and marketing of products from a design and manufacturing point of view. Fashion merchandisers perform a number of duties, including forecasting upcoming fashion trends, creating store displays, buying...

Hospital/ Health Manager

Hospital managers are professionals who plan, strategize, coordinate and supervise the health services of a hospital. They oversee various areas and supervise teams of professionals including physicians, technicians, nurses and administrators to ensure the hospital runs smoothly on a day-to-day basis. Managers create many reports to analyze the...

Nurse

A nurse is a crucial member of the health care team who assist doctors in recording symptoms of patient, administering medication and treatment, observing patient's progress and handling medical equipment during procedures.

Pharmacist / Pharmaceutical Assistants

Pharmaceutical Assistants, also known as Assistant Pharmacist or Pharmacy Aides, work under the direct supervision of registered pharmacists and provide administrative support and non-medical customer service in retail pharmacies, hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. They consult the pharmacists regarding prescriptions, drug information, and any other...

Physiotherapists and Related Associate Professionals

Physiotherapists help and treat people with physical problems that may have occurred either due to illness, accident, or ageing. Physiotherapists can treat a number of problems affecting the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems. They work towards the physical health and well-being of patients, and help them in maximising their...

Speech Therapist

Speech therapists are responsible for assessing, diagnosing and treating speech, language and communication problems in patients. They also treat those who have swallowing, drinking and eating difficulties arising from a variety of causes. They train and advice family members and teachers of patients on techniques that can help improve communication. Speech...

Dietician and Nutritionist

Dieticians and Nutritionists are professionals qualified in the science art of human nutritional care. Dietitians or nutritionists plan, implement and supervise dietary plans for individuals and groups. They analyze current eating habits while assessing whether they meet recommended daily allowances, and also suggest healthier alternatives that can keep...

Health Care Professional

A health professional or health-care provider is an individual who provides preventive, curative, promotional or rehabilitative health care services in a systematic way to people, families or communities.

Homeopath

Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that essentially relies on the bodys natural system of healing. Homeopaths have a holistic approach to healing where they focus on treating not just a specific illness, but the patient himself. Homeopaths prescribe diluted substances, mainly in the form of tablets, so that they can trigger the bodys natural...
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