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Showing 31-40/1706 results for Public health.
Health and safety advisers monitor workplace health and safety hazards, train employees on health and safety procedures, and investigate accidents.
Health and safety inspectors assess workplaces and work activities to determine if employers are keeping workers and other people safe and healthy at work. They also educate people about health and safety, investigate accidents and lead prosecutions.
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.
Health care assistants support nurses and care for people in private homes, hospitals, general practices or rest homes.
If the thought of a calm, quiet and routine nine-to-five job makes your heart sink, a health career could be perfect for you.
Audiologists and audiometrists study, identify, measure and treat hearing disorders and loss. They also provide aids and other listening devices to assist patients who have hearing loss.
Anaesthetists give anaesthesia (gas or injections to prevent pain) during surgery and other procedures. They assess patients and resuscitate them if necessary.
Communications professionals plan and develop strategies that promote the public image of an organisation to the public, shareholders and employees.