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step into the NHS!!!

step into the NHS 2017 by Hafsa Malik and Safiyyah Shafi

Shafiq Shafi

on 28 January 2017

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a medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies.

What qualifications are needed?
GCSE: English Maths Science
C-A* C-A* C-A*
The wage
The wages are better than that of a general medical doctor. The job is generally very stable because there is a demand for qualified allergists and immunologists.

Skills you would need
Reading Comprehension
Active Listening
Critical Thinking
Judgment and Decision Making
Complex Problem Solving
Active Learning
Social Perceptiveness
Time Management
Service Orientation
Learning Strategies
Systems Evaluation
Systems Analysis
Management of Personnel Resources
what do they do?
Allergists treat conditions like :
-hay fever

step into the NHS!!!
They specialize in the treatment and diagnosis of allergic diseases. They are specially trained to identify factors that trigger allergic diseases. Allergists help people treat or prevent their allergies.
Specialists can deal with patients whose conditions vary from mild to life threatening.
- A radioallergosorbent test (RAST) is a common procedure. It is a blood test and it identifies specific IgE antibodies.
Common procedures:
What is IgE?
If you have an allergy your body (immune system) will overreact when there is an allergen and produce an antibody called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). The antibodies will travel to cells that release chemicals causing an allergic reaction.
It is a blood protein that is made as it reacts to a specific antigen. Antibodies join chemically with substances which the body recognizes as alien, such as bacteria, viruses, and foreign substances in the blood.
what is an antibody?
-A skin prick test which is also called a scratch test, checks for immediate allergic reactions for many different substances at once. This test is usually done to see if the patient has allergies to pollen, mold, dust mites and different types of foods. In adults, the test is usually done on the forearm.
-A patch test is used to see whether a specific substance causes allergic inflammation of a patient's skin.
-Desensitisation or immunotherapy is the closest thing to a cure for an allergy. Immunotherapy is a treatment for certain severe allergies, and is the gradually increasing doses of allergen over a period of time. Its given to patients by injection or drops/tablets under the tongue.
- And the prescription of antihistamines to treat skin rashes.
science subjects (chemistry, biology, physics or maths) C-A*
you also need to complete an undergraduate study program in the sciences before going on to complete medical school and then several years of internships and specialty training in immunology and allergies.
but you can do it at the same time as medical school.
Its also called a bachelor degree.
The average salary for an allergist in the UK is about £100,000. Allergist’s salary varies based on their age, for example
20s: £75,000
30s: £98,000
40s: £116,000

This is simply because the older you are the more experience you have.
The average hourly wage for an allergist in UK is £50.
Why are these skills important?
These skills allow you to interact with your patient and motivate them. You should use your knowledge to the best of your ability and should always be keen to help people.
By Safiyyah Shafi and Hafsa Malik
Wycombe High School Bucks
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