I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
What kind of job can i get?where could I try to find that kinda job?
I am thinking about going back to school to become a Nurse Practioner or Advanced Practice Nurse. I am trying to figure out what is the difference, and how does one become one? I am already have a BA in Psychology.
I'm attending a JC right now and am trying to transfer to San Diego State. I'm trying to debate whether I should apply under a major in biology or psychology so I was wondering what would be a better option? Or should I pick a less popular major? Thanks!
Ok so i was in dental school for a little but completely forget how much they make an hr.
My husband is a manager at a welder place (i don't tell alot of people the info about it).And currently i'm a stay at home mom till my twins are one,before i had them for about 5yrs i was a baby sitter 3 days a week then 3-4 days a week i was a asst manager at a local dollar tree.
thanks in advance!
I'm a high school student and I was thinking about a career in nutrition when I get older. What kind of things do nutristionists do? Do they sell or advertise products or do they help people with nutrition problems?
Also...what's the salary range? What kind of jobs can the person apply to?
Determining levels of prevention?
analyze the scenarios and describe the level of prevention is primary prevention,secondary prevention, or tertiary prevention. Do you think the prevention strategy used in the scenario was effective? If not what would you do differently?
Scenario 1: Violence Prevention in a High Risk Community
Karyn, a social services worker, is confronted daily with issues such as homicide, suicide, child and elder abuse, battered women, sexual assault, and domestic violence in the community agency in which she works. Her job responsibilities are to build community and agency coalitions to help meet the needs of the community.
One day, an enraged young man stormed into the agency demanding to know the whereabouts of his wife, whom he had ordered not to leave the house. The wife was cowering in Karyn’s office after being referred by her physician for suspicious bruises.
The agency has a procedure for handling potentially violent situations such as this one, in addition to providing a panic button. Someone pushed the panic button behind the receptionist’s desk, which brought the police within minutes.
The wife was later transported to a shelter for battered women. The shelter provides classes in self-esteem, parenting, and job training and placement. It also assists clients with access to eligible welfare benefits and housing.
Scenario 2: Closure of a Planned Parenthood Clinic
You are a social worker in your community’s county public health office. Of the 60,000 people living in your county, 12,000 are women of childbearing age. The teen pregnancy rate is above the national average. Twenty-five to 30 percent of the county’s births are unintended. With an annual per capita income of just over $13,000, most of the population lives below the poverty level.
At your weekly team meeting, your manager announces that the Planned Parenthood Clinic in the county is closing due to lack of funding. Other county family-planning providers have waiting lists and cannot take new patients. Team consensus is that lack of accessible and affordable family planning services will lead to more unintended pregnancies, child abuse, and poverty.
You organize a group of other health and human service providers in the county to solve the issue. After much discussion, the public health office decides to offer limited family planning services.
Scenario 3: Homeless Health Care
You are a case manager in a community mental health center. Many of your clients are homeless and have either mental disorders or substance abuse and health problems.
Health problems in the homeless are exacerbated by their homeless status. Exposure to extreme temperatures and a lack of sanitary facilities, nutritious food, restful sleep, and support networks worsen infections and chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. The homeless are less likely to take their medications for their mental and other physical diseases. Most homeless do not seek health care until they are so sick or injured that they have to be transported to the emergency room by ambulance.
Although there is a community health center in the county, it is not accessible financially or geographically to the homeless. After determining the needs of the homeless population in your case load, you meet with the leaders of all the agencies that provide services to the homeless, including the health center. You learn that there are three shelters, one food bank, and two faith-based initiatives providing services to the homeless.
A collaborative decision is made to provide basic health services in the shelters. The health center will supply the clinical providers, supplies, and equipment; the shelters will provide the space, furniture, and utilities; and the mental health center will provide on-site case management that includes counseling and support groups.
I'm a freshman in college and so far have decided on becoming a dietitian. My family doesn't have money to help with college or anything so I really need to go into a job that will pay back what I put in tuition. Anyone who is a dietitian can you tell me what the average pay is for a registered dietitian with only their bachelors degree? Also what the normal working hours are and if you would recomend going into this field? Any recomendations of similar jobs that you think would be better?
Im a boy andI want to do Bsc MLT. but my friends told me that it is too girly to go into. Perhaps i should take Aircraft Engineering or something which is manly. But i'm not interested in those things. However, from you guys i really wanna a feed back now.
I dropped a resume off at a hospital a few days ago. I have a Medical Office Assistant/Medical Administrative Assistant diploma. A hiring manager contacted me and left a msg about a Unit Assistant Clerk position......what is this? and what would myy duties be?
Hi, well I was wondering if anyone can enlighten me on the style of play of the 20 clubs in the EPL.
Thanks in advance :)
Im not that sure what I want. I like nursing because you care for people. I love helping people who are sick and etc. But right now i work as a nurse assistant and I hate it. I see how nurses are never respected. How patients and familys are very mean to us. The other thing I see is that its physically hard on the body. Im only 4'9. 100 pounds girl. Im not into transfering or pulling patients up. Im in school right now for medical assistant. I like the office setting more. Im thinking when im done I will get my associates degree in health information technician. Then later on my bachelors in health information manager. I see there is an associates for nursing but the jobs with that degree didnt interest me. I would like to do case manager. But I see you have to do some years in clinicals before getting there. What career should I choose? I know nursing pays a lot, but im not the person that wants to deal with physical work.
I applied for a position at a physical therapy office (an office position, not clinical). I supplied my resume and filled out an application. The application asked for references, employment history, education, and information to do a background check, credit check, criminal check, etc. If I am selected for the next round, they will also give me an IQ test, aptitude test and personality test. The job pays $13/hour. What concerns me is that my paperwork was being handed around to the receptionists, etc. I am concerned that any background checks, etc., that are run on me will be handed around in a similar manner. I have nothing "to hide" just a few speeding tickets and some credit card debt. Nothing beyond the ordinary; however, I am concerned with the cavalier manner in which this office is handling sensitive info. Plus, I cannot understand what an IQ test, etc., has to do with anything. (I have a BA degree, which is more than the job requires. THOUGHTS?
Janet P--Don't get all defensive about/for people who didn't go to college. I only added that so as to point out that at a minimum, I can show up for four years, and do that work and do well. I also have experience teaching college, editing, writing, and running a business. People with low IQs cannot typically handle those types of positions. Plus, I also know my IQ (137) and it's not low.
Everyone who is a vet please tell me how much money you spent, how many years of school full time/part time and were the classes understanding.
I'm working full time and stuck in a job doing finance which i don't enjoy, i love animals and would love to be able to get a job helping them and wondered how i could get into being a vet nurse or something similar without having to go to uni.