Medicine, Nursing and Treatment
From the earliest days, the ultimate goal of human beings has been to survive and continue the existence of the human race. In cases where we are unable to do it ourselves, we need the care and assistance of professionals to gain health and longevity. To this end, there is an entire branch of employment made up of medical and nursing staffs, whose job is to take care of our body and mind. In our lives we need a variety of different medical professionals ranging from an assistant dentist, imaging technician and pharmacist to a registered nurse, paramedic, psychologist and doctor - each contributing their share in the joint effort to improve our quality of life and health.
This field of practice is accompanied by day-to-day challenges and difficulties, so a person interested in working in the world of medicine and nursing must be service-minded, empathetic, responsible and thorough, and not enough, because the importance of health in our lives requires professionals to acquire relevant and long-term training.
A nurse is a professional who works in the field of nursing as part of the medical staff. Nurses work in medical and community institutions where their skills are required. The role varies depending on the workplace, but in general, it can be said that its essence is to help the patient physically, medically, and mentally.
Nurses are very much in demand in the labor market. They are faced with various employment options, such as emergency rooms and different wards in hospitals, private and community clinics, children's hospitals, intensive care units, medical institutes, nursing homes, schools, and more. Since this profession requires a lot of sensitivity, most employers will look for candidates with good, kind, patient interpersonal skills. Also, candidates will sometimes be required to present certificates attesting to training in a particular specialization, such as an obstetrician nurse or an ICU nurse. If so, nurses interested in pursuing these professions must take additional courses beyond undergraduate studies.
A veterinarian is a professional who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and healing of animals. Areas of expertise in veterinary medicine are divided into several types depending on the animals the veterinarian treats pets, exotic animals, wild animals, farm animals, horses, etc.
The employment options available to veterinarians vary depending on their area of expertise. For example, pet veterinarians will usually work in private clinics or animal welfare associations, exotic and wildlife veterinarians will usually be employed in zoos and wildlife authorities, and farm veterinarians will work on farms or under veterinary service supervising livestock veterinarians usually work on big horse farms. In any case, most employers will prioritize hiring those with previous experience working or volunteering with animals.
A medic is a skilled professional specializing in emergency medicine and is trained to provide an initial and immediate response to medical emergencies, traumatic injuries, and assistance at accident scenes. Medics can join emergency medical organizations such as Red Cross or other ambulance services as escorts on trips and travels and within the Medical Corps in the military.
When hired, the medics must present a valid certificate that attests to their training. In addition, many times, medics who integrate into emergency medicine organizers also work as ambulance drivers, and then preference will be given to appropriate driver’s license holders. Also, since it is a therapeutic profession, a very high level of sensitivity and responsibility is required. Therefore, employers will look for employees with good, responsible, patient, and willing to help and help their environment.
Imaging is a medical-technological field that includes various means which allow a glimpse into the human body non-invasive, including X-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI, radiation mammography, and nuclear medicine. An imaging technician is a professional trained in performing various imaging tests correctly and optimally, allowing the doctor to accurately diagnose the patient's condition and reduce the patient's exposure to dangerous radiation.
Imaging technicians face many employment opportunities in hospitals, HMOs, and private and veterinary clinics. In addition, imaging technicians can also be integrated into various areas of high-tech development, such as device development, imaging research, and sales. Also, most potential employers will ask candidates to have a high sense of service, good interpersonal skills, good interpersonal communication skills, and teamwork ability. Also, employers will sometimes ask for additional training in a specific field or previous experience.
Medical Device Technician
Medical device technicians are an integral part of the medical world. Due to the changes that the world of medicine has undergone and the latest technology, medical equipment technicians need to maintain and operate all medical technology such as respirators, CPR devices, imaging systems, and more. These machines require constant care and maintenance and are trusted by a medical device technician.
Medical device technicians can be integrated into many employment places such as hospitals, HMOs, eye clinics, dental clinics, aesthetics and beauty salons, laboratories, import, marketing companies, medical equipment, and more. However, it is important to note that since these are often essential and life-saving devices, readiness for readiness is sometimes required, even on weekends and holidays.
A lab technician is a professional who manages a laboratory and supervises the work and experiments performed in it. The role of the lab technician is to arrange the laboratory, prepare the materials and tools, supervise the experiments conducted in it and sometimes perform the actual experiments. The lab technician has a great responsibility, so he requires much knowledge and experience in the field to avoid mistakes.
Lab technicians are faced with various employment opportunities. They can be integrated wherever there is a laboratory, and experiments and tests are carried out: factories, food and pharmaceutical companies, HMOs, universities, and schools. Most often, when hired, the lab technicians will be required for an employment background in the fields of science, chemistry, and biotechnology, punctual and technical workability with small and delicate components, and the ability to work independently and in a team. In addition, to integrate into work in schools, the lab technicians must have an affinity for working with children and present a teaching certificate.
A neuropsychological diagnoser is a professional who performs diagnostic procedures to examine the source of learning difficulties among students and the connection of these difficulties to their psychological state. Children with emotional and academic problems will usually be referred to a neuropsychological diagnoser to help the children and their parents find a suitable educational framework, provide certain facilities when needed, and more. A neuropsychological diagnoser is usually a specialist psychologist who has undergone special training in neuropsychological diagnosis.
Neuropsychological diagnoses are faced with many employment opportunities, including diagnostic and promotion centers for youth, diagnostic and treatment institutes for learning disabilities, and more. Diagnosers will be required to present an appropriate academic degree. Previous employment experience in the field is a significant advantage when hiring for this position.
A medical secretary is a professional who integrates into any workplace where medical activities occur. The role of the medical secretary is to manage the system and promote many processes, thus preventing malfunctions in client onboarding in public and private health systems. A medical secretariat links all functions within and outside the organization.
A medical secretary integrates into work in hospitals, HMOs, private clinics, imaging institutes, and more. His work includes communication with many factors; therefore, he is required excellent human relations, service consciousness, a high level of expression, and the ability to work under multiple tasks and stress. Also, a certificate attesting to completing a medical secretarial course and previous administrative experience would be a significant advantage.
Elder care is a profession that includes supervising the elderly who need it due to their medical or mental condition and performing various tasks for them to assist them in their day-to-day functioning. The work includes cleaning, cooking, serving food, dressing, bathing, trips, accompanying the health fund, and other tasks according to the specific needs of each elderly person. It is a challenging job that carries a sense of mission and satisfaction.
Working with the elderly is a sensitive and delicate job. Therefore those who practice the profession must have a desire and motivation to engage in the field, compassion, dedication, reliability, caring, patience, and work ethic. Those involved in the field can be integrated into work in nursing homes and companies or work directly with the elderly. In some cases, physical and strenuous work will also be required, usually indicated in the job ad. Also, those with previous experience in similar or other care positions will be given a significant advantage.
Complementary Medicine Therapists
The term complementary medicine refers to the combination of treatments from alternative medicine (such as homeopathy, Rolfing, naturopathy, aromatherapy, etc.) with conventional medical treatment. Usually, a complementary medicine therapist will specialize in one or more of the fields of alternative medicine and acquire an appropriate education in an educational institution specializing in the field of complementary medicine.
Complementary medicine therapists have different and varied employment options, depending on the specialization of each therapist. For example, naturopaths can easily integrate into companies that produce supplements, food chains, designated pharmacies, and more. Touch therapists will be able to engage in the fields of reflexology, shiatsu, Tui-na, medical massage, and osteopathy and will be integrated into HMOs and private clinics. As with any therapeutic profession, applicants must present a training certificate in their field, be patient, courteous, and have professional integrity and human love. Also, those with previous experience in the area will be given a significant advantage when hired.
A laboratory manager oversees the work and experiments performed in the laboratory. The role of the laboratory director is to arrange the laboratory, prepare the materials and tools, perform the experiments and supervise them. He is also responsible for the stock of equipment and materials and safety and even operates life-threatening situations such as leaking hazardous materials, fires, etc. This profession carries a great deal of responsibility, so a great deal of specialization is required in the field before reaching the laboratory manager position.
Laboratory managers are required wherever there is an active laboratory. Candidates for the position will be required to present a certificate attesting to appropriate training, whether a reasonable degree or an engineer in chemistry, biology, biotechnology, life sciences, or another relevant degree. It is also important to note that in some places of employment, there will even be a requirement for a master's degree in the field. Applicants must be experienced in operating laboratory equipment and using tools and materials available in science and technology laboratories.
Health Systems Manager
Health systems manager is a profession that combines business management with the world of medicine. Health system managers are involved in managing medical bodies, streamlining the on-site medical service, and improving how the health services are managed and organized in their bodies: hospitals, HMOs, imaging institutes, private clinics, and more.
This field is open to various health professionals such as nurses, laboratory workers, doctors, dentists, dental hygienists, and many others who want to advance to a management position in the health system. However, there is usually a need for an academic degree in health systems management. In addition, this position involves a great deal of responsibility, so that prior employment will require previous experience in management. Employment experience in health systems will be considered a significant advantage.
Occupational therapy is a profession from the paramedical health professions whose goal is to return the person to function in the occupations that are meaningful to him. Occupational therapists play vital roles in the processes of diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation among diverse populations. They aim to help a person with emotional, physical, or motor disabilities perform actions that are purposeful and important to him, which are essential as a basis for his physical and mental health and quality of life.
Occupational therapists work within the framework of various health systems such as hospitals, HMOs, private clinics, and education and welfare. Occupational therapists have a very significant role in a person's rehabilitation, so sensitivity to the needs of the individual and excellent interpersonal skills are required. When hired, employers will emphasize the therapist's experience in the field and their empathy, inclusion, and patience abilities.
Assistant Dentist is the right hand of a dentist and is a key and main figure in the proper functioning of the clinic and the quality of its care. As part of the job, the dentist was required to accompany the patient and assist him during the treatment close to the dentist, sterilize the medical tools and take care of cleaning the treatment room, report malfunctions in the treatment room, and regularly work with the dental warehouse in the clinic and more.
Assistant dentists are integrated into the work of the private dental clinics and the various HMOs. Candidates for the position will usually be required to present a certification certificate from the Ministry of Health, but sometimes experience in the field will be considered instead. As befits a health profession, some of the main job requirements are good interpersonal skills, service awareness, the ability to work under stress, and patience.
A social worker is a professional who assists people or families in crisis or distress. Social workers are employed in the public sector under local authorities and other public bodies or under the associations of non-profit organizations such as hostels, educational frameworks for young people at risk, mental health counseling centers, sheltered housing, rehabilitation centers, and more.
Most candidates for the social worker position are required to present a bachelor’s degree in social work or related professions such as clinical or rehabilitative psychology, medicine, and more. Also, since this position requires sensitivity, candidates are required to show empathy and inclusion abilities, a willingness to help, independent work abilities, and head magnification.
The psychologist's role is to provide diagnosis, treatment, advice, and professional opinion. To practice psychology, a master's degree in the field is required. A wide range of specializations in which a psychologist can specialize, including a clinical psychologist, educational psychologist, developmental psychologist, rehabilitative psychologist, medical psychologist, social-occupational-organizational psychologist, and more.
Psychologists are faced with a wide range of employment options that vary depending on the field of specialization chosen. In general, it can be said that psychologists can choose to work as freelancers in private clinics or integrate into work in the HMOs, sheltered housing, mental health centers, treatment centers, children and youth centers at risk, and many more. Appropriate to this complex therapeutic field, the more experience the job applicant has in his field, the greater his value in the labor market.
Developmental psychology is a branch of psychology that deals with understanding the whole range of processes that dictate the changes a person goes through throughout his life. Most often, the developmental psychologist treats children's behavioral, social, and mental problems and accompanies the child's parents during treatment.
Developmental psychologists can work as freelancers in private clinics or integrate into work at the HMOs, the Child Development Institute, early childhood diagnostic institutes, autism treatment and research centers, emergency centers, and more. Potential employers will look for employees with the ability to work in a team, motivation, and the ability to take part in promoting and developing the field of developmental psychology in the clinic. The more experience the job applicant has in his field, the greater his value in the labor market.
A psychiatrist is a doctor who has chosen to specialize in psychiatry, a field that deals with psychiatry. Unlike a psychologist, the psychiatrist can also provide medication for the treatment of the problem, depending on the severity of the patient's condition. The psychiatrist analyzes the mental disorders from a medical point of view and offers prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation methods usually based on a combination of medication and psychotherapy.
Psychiatrists can work independently in private or public clinics, in community mental health centers, as well as in hospitals: psychiatric hospitals or in a psychiatric ward in a regular hospital. A psychiatrist bears great responsibility, so this profession requires people with resilience, bridal ability, patience, and sensitivity.
A paramedic is a professional who practices emergency medicine and has the most senior authority in this industry (who is not a doctor). Usually, the paramedic provides medical care in a non-hospital setting but performs an initial assessment of the patient and provides emergency care, including administering medications, introducing fluids, performing invasive and non-invasive procedures, and more.
Upon hiring, paramedics will be required to present a certificate of completion of a paramedics course or a certification attests to completing a bachelor’s degree in emergency medicine. In addition, paramedics can join emergency medical organizations such as Red Cross or other ambulance services as tour and travel escorts, as well as within the military medical corps. It is also important to note that many times the work of a paramedic requires work on shifts and weekends so that priority will be given to people with adequate availability.
A communication clinician is a paramedical professional who diagnoses, treats, and rehabilitates people with various communication disabilities, including speech and non-verbal communication and reading and writing disabilities. In addition, a communication clinician adapts the treatment and the appropriate framework to the patient and performs diagnostic assessments for children, adolescents, and adults directed by wards in hospitals and physicians who specialize in language, speech, and hearing.
Communication clinicians are faced with many employment opportunities, including the child development unit, early childhood centers, associations for children at risk who lead the field of autism treatment, rehabilitative daycare, and more. Upon admission to the job, applicants must present a professional certificate from the Ministry of Health. Also, candidates with experience working in early childhood and the field of autism will have a significant advantage.
A doctor is a professional who deals with diagnosing diseases and medical problems and adjusting the optimal treatment that will lead to the patient's healing. Also, many times the doctor's job involves preventing disease before it breaks out or worsens. A minority of doctors are general practitioners, as most choose a field of specialization such as internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, ophthalmology, endocrinology, genetics, gynecology, and more.
A doctor is a highly needed professional in the labor market and is faced with many employment options according to his preferences and specialization. A license from the Ministry of Health is required to work as a doctor at the end of medical school. Doctors are usually integrated into work in hospitals, HMOs, private clinics, emergency medical organizations, and more. The more seniority and experience the doctor has in his field, the higher his value in the labor market.
A dentist is responsible for his patients' oral, gum, and dental health. The dentist's role includes various occupations and treatments, from routine tests to complex root canals and even gum surgery. In addition to general dentists, there are specialist dentists who have acquired education and have been trained in their chosen field. In addition, there are various areas of expertise, such as oral and maxillofacial, orthodontics, and oral rehabilitation.
Today, dentistry is a separate field of specialization from general medicine, so to become a dentist, a degree in this field is required, as well as a license to practice dentistry. Also, dentists can work in HMOs and hospitals or open a private clinic and work as self-employed. Because dental care is essential and necessary for every person, most dentists earn well and enjoy high-level employment conditions.
A pharmacist is a professional with the required knowledge about the dosages of drugs, the chemical composition, how they are taken, their effect on the body, side effects, drug-drug interactions, and the effect of the food we eat on the effectiveness of various drugs. The pharmacist can turn in several different directions in the field: community pharmacist, industrial pharmacist, and clinical pharmacist.
The employment opportunities available to pharmacists are many and varied and depend on the field in which the pharmacist is interested in engaging and training. For example, a community pharmacist can work in private pharmacies and those under the HMOs. An industrial pharmacist can join a drug development and manufacturing company and engage in drug approval, control, and registration with the Ministry of Health. In contrast, a clinical pharmacist is usually employed in hospitals or HMOs as part of the treatment team and advises on drug treatment.
A dental hygienist is a paramedical professional in the field of dentistry. It is important to emphasize that the profession of memorization differs from an assistant dentist- Their job is to assist the dentist in his work, and they do not perform actual treatment operations. In contrast, the dental hygienist may perform medical procedures in the mouths of patients independently.
These professionals can be integrated into work in private dental clinics or clinics that belong to the HMOs. Many people are afraid of treatments with dentists, so they must have good interpersonal skills, a willingness to help, tolerance, and sensitivity, to facilitate the patient experience, which can sometimes be unpleasant.
Medical Marketing / Sales Person
A medical marketing and sales person's job is to sell and market medical preparations to doctors, medical institutions, and other professionals to raise awareness of their existence and sales. To do this, he must be familiar with the drugs: their chemical composition and the underlying medical technology. Therefore, before engaging in the field, many campaigners undergo appropriate training and learn the basics of biology, pharmaceuticals, and marketing.
Their job is usually field work that requires multiple trips and independent agenda management. Upon admission to the job, candidates will be required to present knowledge in the paramedical field, and experience in medical advocacy and working with pharmacies and nature centers will be a significant advantage. Since much of the salesperson's work involves interpersonal communication, he must have excellent interpersonal skills, charisma and personal charm, responsibility, and professional morality.