THE WORLD IS CHANGING RAPIDLY, SO ARE HEALTH CARE CAREERS
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There are literally hundreds of allied health occupations. Public health*, health services administration, opticians, community health education, music therapy, cardiopulmonary technology, orthotic/prosthetic, pharmacy assistant, substance abuse, and environmental health are all areas that may be considered allied health, but they are not included in this Career Mapping Project. Pre-professional categories such as pre-medical have been excluded because students often transfer to other institutions for professional programs.
What about a career in public health?
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Certified Nurse Midwife
Certified Nursing Assistant
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Dental Laboratory Technician
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist
Dietitian and Dietetic Technician
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic, Intermediate, Paramedic
Health Information Administrator and Health Information Technician
Licensed Practical Nurse
Medical Laboratoy Technician
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Occupational Therapist Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant
Speech Language Pathologist
Speech Language Pathology Aide and Assistant
Speech Language Pathology Audiologist
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