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Diversional therapists plan and run recreation programmes that enhance the emotional, social and physical wellbeing of individuals.
Acupuncturists give general health advice and treat patients using therapies such as electronic and needle acupuncture, cupping, skin scraping (gua sha), the heating of acupuncture points (moxibustion) and tuina (massage).
Phlebotomists collect blood and samples from patients for laboratory testing or for blood banks.
Surgeons consult with patients and operate on people to treat and manage disease and injuries.
Curators research, develop, exhibit and maintain collections for museums, art galleries and artists.
Oral health therapists provide dental care to patients, which includes treating gum disease and teaching people how to care for their teeth and gums. They may refer clients to dentists for more specialised dental treatment.
Forklift operators operate vehicles that have a lifting platform for shifting and stacking heavy articles such as pallets, bales, crates, containers or cartons.
Paramedics assess and treat people who are seriously ill or injured, and transport them to hospital if necessary.
Police officers work to prevent and solve crime, keep the peace, and respond to criminal activities and emergencies.
Diagnostic radiologists diagnose diseases of the human body using x-rays, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine and radioactive solutions.