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Transcript of MY JOBS
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Dental hygienists receive their education through academic programs at community colleges, technical colleges, dental schools or universities. The majority of community college programs take at least two years to complete, with graduates receiving associate degrees.
Remove tartar, stains, and plaque from teeth
Apply sealants and fluorides to help protect teeth
Take and develop dental x rays
Keep track of patient care and treatment plans
Teach patients oral hygiene techniques, such as how to brush and floss correctly
Dental hygienists use many types of tools to do their job. They clean and polish teeth with hand, power, and ultrasonic tools. In some cases, they remove stains with an air-polishing device, which sprays a combination of air, water, and baking soda.
Maintains patient appearance and ability to masticate by fabricating temporary restorations; cleaning and polishing removable appliances; placing, carving, and finishing amalgam restorations; removing cement from crowns and bridges.
Physical Strength and Endurance
Intellectual, Conceptual and Cognitive Skills
Professional Attitude and Demeanor
The median annual wage for dental hygienists was $70,210
The lowest 10 percent earned less than $46,540, and the top 10 percent earned more than $96,280.
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Physical therapists (PTs) are health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.
PTs examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
As a physical therapist, you assess patients and determine treatment, as well as track patients' progress and evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.
Before they are allowed to practice, physical therapists must have earned graduate degrees from accredited academic programs in physical therapy. These programs typically culminate in a doctoral degree and take at least three years to complete.
In a profession where patients are vulnerable, it is critical to be able to read verbal and non-verbal cues, communicate clearly, exercise patience, and make your patient feel comfortable. It is important to remember that you are not just working with the patient, but you are working in conjunction with the patient's family, physician, and other medical teams. Because of this, good interpersonal skills are essential.
Salary Outlook. The median annual wage for physical therapists was $81,030 in 2013, according to the BLS. The best-paid 10 percent made $113,340, while the bottom 10 percent made $56,280.
The mission of the online Master of Health Science in Athletic Training program is to graduate students with advanced knowledge in practice excellence who have the leadership and clinical skills necessary to promote the profession of athletic training.
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Check in with the AD and perform the evaluations. Follow up with the appropriate coaches and phone parents if necessary. Travel on to my second school and repeat the process! When I return I generally try to work out and eat lunch.
Once the athletic training program achieves national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), students who meet all program requirements will qualify to sit for the national Board of Certification (BOC) exam. Students will also be eligible to apply for Texas State Licensure.
Applied Knowledge: Athletic trainers must know a lot about a huge range of medical problems. ...
Decision-Making Skills: Quick thinking by athletic trainers may be the difference between an small injury and a career-ending injury.
If you become an athletic trainer, your job prospects are good: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), this field is projected to grow "faster than average" through 2012. Typically, athletic trainers earn a salary of $35,000 to $75,000 per year.