Transcript: Medical Examiner By: Jordan Thomas Who? A Medical examiner study cadavers to find the manner of death and the cause of death. They have to conduct autopsies, analyze injuries and wounds, and collect samples in a laboratory. Medical examiners are called on to present their results in courts when a body undergoes an autopsy from a criminal investigation. Medical examiners are physicians and appointed their position in comparison to coroners who are elected and don't necessarily have medical qualifications. Job Description Education High School Classes Biology Chemistry Undergraduate degree Major in biology or chemistry Meet all medical school requirements What education is required to become a Medical Examiner? Medical School Advanced Anatomy Physiology Microbiology Complete supervised clinical practice rotations Take available courses in forensics or pathology Earn either M.D. or D.O. Earn medical license upon completion of medical school Start full time residency in a pathology speciality, this takes 3 years Specialize in Medical Examiner Fellowship after residency and complete 1 year Pass licensing exam for desired state from Board of Medical Examiners Obtain certification by the American Board of Pathology After Education Requirments Job Duties -Perform autopsies Photograph body Take note of postion of body, clothes, and foreign objects X-ray body Weigh and measure body Take general describtion on recorder Complete dissection on body -Testify findings in court -Explain to families what happened to their loved ones -Explain to law enforcement their findings Job Duties Salary In the United States the average salary for medical examiners in 2019 is $99,329 or roughly $20.23 an hour. The 10th percentile makes around $35,000 a year or $10.93 per hour. The 90th perentile can earn up to $320k or $50.59 an hour. Salary (n.d.). Medical Examiner: Job Duties, Career Outlook, and Educational Requirements. Retrieved from https://learn.org/articles/Medical_Examiner_Job_Duties_Career_Outlook_and_Educational_Requirements.html Admin. (n.d.). Forensic Medical Examiner Salary, Career & Education Requirements. Retrieved from https://www.forensicscolleges.com/careers/medical-examiner (n.d.). Average Medical Examiner Salary. Retrieved from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Medical_Examiner/Salary Valdes, R., & Kiger, P. J. (2018, October 5). How Autopsies Work. Retrieved from https://science.howstuffworks.com/autopsy.htm Works Cited Works Cited
Transcript: design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi "About Myself" WHY MEDICINE?? PEDIATRICS CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE - INTERNAL MEDICINE FAMILY MEDICINE WHAT I WANT TO BECOME IN THE MEDICAL FIELD? EXPECTATIONS Where I come from? KIRIBATI Achieve the best training Obtain skills to work in a limited resource environment MEDICAL CAREER PRESENTATION
Transcript: My Career A Story by Carlos Mendoza 1989 Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City Information Technology College Years - 1989 - 1994 1994 IBM de México Graduate Program Personal Software Products Division 1994 - 1996 1996 European Data Management Centre of Competency IBM Ireland 1996 - 1998 1998 IT Support - IBM Manufacturing IT Service Management - Internal / External Services Manager 1998 - 2011 2011 Software Development Software Lab Services 2016 Assistant Natural Language Understanding Visual Recognition 2018 Final Thoughts Follow you heart Research, research, research Visit the Campus It's not forever Talk, talk,talk Keep at it! Prepare for Change! Final Thoughts
Transcript: After the residency Duties of a CT Surgeon According to Salary Wizard, the median salary for cardiothoracic surgeons in general was $400,312 as of April 2011. A starting cardiothoracic surgeon earns around$324,323. The middle 50 percent of the profession $324,323 and $497,720. The top 10 percent of the profession earned above $586,404. To say the least, they make bank. After Med School The outlook for cardiothoracic surgeons in the US is currently not favorable. According to various groups, there will be a shortage of cardiothoracic surgeons by 2020 due to the extent one has to go through to become one. In this project, I really did not learn very much aside from what I already knew about my career. I did, however, strengthen my passion to pursue this career as a result of this project. I hope you all learned something new though! Cardiothoracic surgeons are responsible for providing open heart surgery on various areas in the heart region whenever a patient contracts an injury or an illness in that region that must be corrected Insert pacemaker, bypass surgeries, heart disease, etc. Cardiothoracic Surgeon Now that the majority of the schooling is finished, the individual will then be required to take three tests. The first is a medical doctor (M.D.) board exam. The second is a general surgery exam. Finally, a cardiac surgery exam (ABTC Exam). On top of that a certification exam must be taken in every state in which the doctor practices. Must continue education. Life of a Cardiothoracic Surgeon Education Requirements What did I learn from this project? Job Outlook Parth Kamdar Abdul Basheer A Cardiothoracic Surgeon is a physician specializing in surgeries of the heart and vessels in the chest cavity. As an undergraduate in college, one must take the necessary courses in a pre-med major to get into Medical school. The individual must also take a test called the MCAT (Medical College Admissions Test). Once accepted into Med School, the individual will then be required to undergo four years of specialized training, two of which will be clinical rotations. Complete a 3-5 year General Surgery Residency Complete a 2-3 Cardiac Fellowship Pass Pertinent Exams What is a Cardiothoracic Surgeon? Salary The Big Bucks... They have completely dedicated their lives to their patients, and pretty much live in the hospital. High Pressure and Intense Situations can lead to lots of stress. Very busy schedules are the result of long surgeries. Can opt for a slower paced life in a private practice as opposed to a hospital. This is a coronary artery bypass surgery.
Transcript: SUBTITLE GOES HERE MY PRESENTATION What is this career? Carrer A pediatrician is a child's doctor who provides health maintanence for healthy children and medical care for short to long term sickness. Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4
Transcript: $56,600 - $155,000 https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/careers/science-medical-scientists# http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/medical-scientists.htm Job Description * ASCP Certification http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-and-clinical-laboratory-technologists-and-technicians.htm *3.0 Helping Money Independent Options $$$$$$ INFJ-T Personal experience triggered passion biology Making a difference Hands on INTJ /Scientist * Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science Degree PROS CONS By: Tyler Brooks, Clinical Labrotory Science Major Interesting facts Infection Standing Independent 5/2 Statistic Why? Design and conduct studies that investigate both human diseases and methods to prevent and treat them Prepare and analyze medical samples and data to investigate causes and treatment of toxicity, pathogens, or chronic diseases Medical Technician Education Personality *General Biology or Microbiology Degree
Transcript: The ethic violations that Juan Williams face was being accountable. Mr. Williams was fired from Fox news because the NPR accused him of Anti-Muslim bigotry because of the comments that he on the Bill O' Reilly Fox news program. After the Allegations What are they doing? Juan Williams was fired by the (NPR) after the allegations that he was an Anti-Bigotry. He didn't leave the profession, matter of fact he's now a Senior writer at Fox News after the incident. He had consequences for his action, but he eventually maintained a job back at Fox News. This is part of Juan Williams response. You can see the rest on Fox News opinion section. Where they are now? $1.25 Monday, February 17, 2014 Who: Juan Williams What: Accused of Bigotry When: October 21, 2010 Where:Fox News Why:He made those statements because he believed that 9/11 occurred because of Muslims. Career Background Juan's Response Juan Williams is still in the United States living a nice life. Ethical Violations The 5W's and H Juan Williams said in the interview is: "Well actually, I hate to see you because, I don't want to get your ego going. But I think you're right. I think, look, political correction can lead to some kind of paralysis when you don't address reality. I mean look, Bill I'm not a bigotry. You know the types of books I've written discussing the civil rights movement in the country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are Muslim garb, and I think you know they're identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous. Opinion Juan Williams career background has a lot of Journalism work that he has done. He has written for The Washington post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has been published in magazines like The Atlantic Monthly and Times. He is a Senior Analyst for National Public Radio (NPR) and most famous for being a Political Analyst for Fox News channel. Impact of the Allegations By Brian Marion Vol XCIII, No. 311 The Story of Juan Williams Juan Williams is back with Fox News working as a Senior editor. My opinion about the circumstances surrounding Juan Williams is that he was fired for the freedom of speech that comes with his right as a American. Even though he was judging anyone that looks like a Muslim because of the 9/11 attack, he has a right to feel like this. He shouldn't have said it the way he said it, but this was his feeling this way so he made this statement. I believe that the punishment does fit the crime, even though he has freedom of speech. He should have watched what he said because, he shouldn't show this type of anger toward Muslims. He can;t hold everyone accountable that a Muslims to the 9/11 attack. That's unfair to them and that shouldn't happen to anyone because of others.
Transcript: Pay Median pay (experienced)- $76,000 Top pay- $111,000 Opportunity 10-year job growth (2008-2018) 72% Total jobs- (current) 20,000 Quality of life ratings Personal satisfaction A Job security B Future growth A Benefit to society B Low stress B Flexibility A Out of the top 100 highest paying jobs we are ranked 10. Since the year of 2010 our job growth percentage has dropped. laBoratory Work Why did I choose this career? Biomedical Engineers work closely with life scientist, like medical professionals and chemist to create more ways for people and animals to survive longer and better. Most of the work that bio engineers do revolves around the laboratory. Work Stations Our Expirementations Choosing this career wasn't a easy task. I never knew what I wanted to do in life until I found out the things that interested me the most was, mixing chemicals, building and fixing on mechanical things. I have always wanted to build things like robotic arms, a machine that lets you enter a virtual world, or create a medicine that can easily get rid of a disease or pain. This career takes alot of time and concentration, but I am willing to go that far for my career. Biomedical Engineering Career Prezi!!! Biomedical Engineering is one of many new professions created by advancements in technology. It is an interdisciplinary field that brings together two respected professions: biology and engineering. Biology is the study of life, and engineering, in broad terms, studies source of energy in nature and the properties of matter in a way that is useful to humans, particulary in machines, products, and structures. Biomedical Engineering Salary A New Profession Looking Into The Future!!! This career will benefit me in the future in alot of ways. One way is by letting me expirence the feeling of finally creating something. Once it was everyones dream to make something of their own. Like, when you was a kid you probably wanted to make your own toy or build your own play house, but as you grew older you wanted to build something more technical. Another benefit is help keeping my country healthy and well supported. The reason I say this is because we are mostly responsible for everything that is made today like cures, evolution, medicine, etc. The End How will my career benefit me in the future? by: LaDarius Boyd Biomedical Partners We Do A lot Of Fun and Creative Things One Of Many Creations
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