Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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Home help organisers manage the delivery of home help support to people who, because of a disability, frailty or emergency situation, need help to maintain themselves in their own homes.
A fully qualified medical doctor who examines and diagnoses disorders and diseases using x-rays and radioactive materials, and may also treat patients.
Cares for pregnant women during both the pregnancy and the birth.
Tests peoples eyesight and prescribes lens and glasses to correct sight problems.
Works in private homes caring for their employers' children.
Studies and researches micro-organisms like bacteria and algae.
Sports therapists help sports people and athletes to prepare physically and mentally for competition.
Performs autopsies and other procedures on a dead body to investigate the details of how a person died.
Provides support services for scientists in the clinical pathology laboratory with tasks including making-up reagents, labelling and separating specimens, and maintaining equipment
A fully qualified medical doctor who specialises in examing, treating and advising sick people in a local GP surgery, or in a hospital setting.