Tracks Directory: 2: Education, Healthcare, Sciences [NOOK Book]

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First published as Tracks: plan of the professions in 1997, the fifteenth revised and updated edition is published in 2012. It gives information of over 150 professions, which include pathways in the banking and financial services, catering and hospitality, construction, education, health care, land and sea work, law, government and administration, leisure and tourism, manufacturing crafts, marketing, media, services. sports and fitness. Qualifications are listed from GCSE and NVQ to degree level. There are work ...
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Tracks Directory: 2: Education, Healthcare, Sciences

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Overview

First published as Tracks: plan of the professions in 1997, the fifteenth revised and updated edition is published in 2012. It gives information of over 150 professions, which include pathways in the banking and financial services, catering and hospitality, construction, education, health care, land and sea work, law, government and administration, leisure and tourism, manufacturing crafts, marketing, media, services. sports and fitness. Qualifications are listed from GCSE and NVQ to degree level. There are work descriptions and pay scales with advice and starter tips from chartered institutes and professionals in each area. Designed in a concise and accessible format the handbook includes comprehensive contacts, Tracks Directory is released in September 2012 as four ebooks, No.2 covers careers in Education, Healthcare and Sciences
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781908419644
  • Publisher: Cv Publications
  • Publication date: 9/5/2012
  • Sold by: Bookwire
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: 15th r.e.
  • Pages: 36
  • File size: 384 KB

Meet the Author

Janet Barber has published a number of children's books and adult craft books and part works, as well as working as a journalist for national newspapers and magazines, most recently specialising in public sector journalism. Nicholas James BA UCL, MA Kingston University. With Sarah Batiste he edited and published Cv Journal of Art & Crafts 1988-92, forming Cv Publications in 1992 and Cv/VAR Archive & Editions in 1995. Sarah James studied fine art at Goldsmiths College and Wimbledon School of Art, with further training in counselling and complementary health care. Lucy James is an Honours Graduate in Biological Sciences at the University of Nottingham. Dr Peter Snatterbeck is Senior Consultant Radiologist at Ealing Hospital London.
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Radiologist by Dr Peter Snatterbeck Typical career route Radiology is a medical specialty. Six years of studying Medicine are followed by two Foundation years. In the past applicants for Radiology did often further core training to a higher examination (e.g. MRCP). The training in Radiology is highly structured and lasts at least 5 years working as a Registrar. The last 1 or 2 years are often spent in a specialty in Radiology. In order to successfully complete the curriculum, trainees need to pass a two part exam held twice a year by the Royal College of Radiologists. Scope of Practice A Radiologist uses various forms of imaging to provide a diagnosis and guide treatment. Hence a thorough knowledge of anatomy and a good understanding of the technology used for imaging is paramount. In the past, imaging was mainly based on x-rays, giving the specialty its name. Nowadays a broad spectrum of different imaging modalities like Ultrasound, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Tomography are used. Radiology interfaces with a wide range of other specialties and Radiologists are an integral part of the clinical team. Options Many Radiologists, especially in District General Hospitals work as general Radiologists, sometimes with an interest in a certain area, for example Breast Radiology or Musculoskeletal Radiology. In larger centers, Radiologists tend to become more specialised in a field. Acknowledged subspecialties in Radiology are Breast Radiology, Chest Radiology, Neuroradiology, Gastrointestinal Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Genitourinary Radiology, Paediatric Radiology and Interventional Radiology. Radiology is a thriving and ever evolving discipline and it is likely that the future will see many more specialised areas, for example Cardiac Radiology.
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Table of Contents

Education: Nursery Primary Secondary Special Needs Teaching Assistant Language Schools Physical Education Graduates Healthcare: Acupuncture 4 Aromatherapy Counsellor Homoeopath Chiropractor Occu-Therapist Physiotherapist Speech Therapist Chiropodist Dentist Doctor Nurse Oncologist Optometrist Pharmacist Radiologist 54, Lab Technician Radiographer Paramedic Sciences: Biochemist Microbiologist Nutritionist Neuroscience , Gas & Oil Industry Geologist Marine Science Meteorologist Physicist Pathologist Veterinary Nurse Veterinary Surgeon Aerophysics Materials Science
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