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Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, 2011/06/08 - Designed to help Year10 upwards and university students access, authoritative, and jargon healthcare and medical careers advice, this brand new section of medicourse.com has now gone fully live.
Designed to help Year10 upwards and university students access free, authoritative, and jargon free healthcare and medical careers advice, this brand new section of medicourse.com has now gone fully live after several months of writing, scrutiny by clinical experts and final stage beta testing. An exciting and informative careers tool, Medicourse Careers is receiving really rave reviews from all the schools, colleges and universities who have already accessed the innovative pages.
Unhappily for many Year10 and above school children thinking of careers in healthcare or medicine, and even those students leaving university without any job plan, Internet searching for authoritative, quality careers advice for healthcare and medical careers is patchy at best.
Of the plethora of websites allegedly offering advice, none describe all healthcare and medical roles really well. In contrast, Medicourse careers offers jargon free readable text, punctuated with good relevant industry photographs. And most importantly, all our text has been scrutinised for accuracy by a currently in-post appropriate healthcare or medical specialist.
Our Advisory panel consists of surgeons, hospital doctors and consultants, clinicians, nurses, medical scientists, midwives, dentists, pharmacists, vets, radiographers, physiotherapists, social workers and many many more – a truly comprehensive list for sure
Each specialist career role in healthcare or medicine is expertly described in eight logical and linked sections
Key Basics – all the notes concisely drafted onto one page
Then the full career text broken into 7 main headings
About the rolewhat is the career/job about? What does the healthcare specialist do on a general daily basis?
EmployabilityWhat special skills or characteristics do you need to be that specialist? A good listener perhaps? Highly literate and good at English to write up case notes?
Degree SearchThis function is linked to UCAS and provides details for dentistry, medicine, nursing, medicine, pharmacy and vets
Career EntryWhat degree, if applicable do I need? What subjects at A level should I take?
EmployersWho can I work for? NHS or are there other employers? What sort of salary will I receive?
Further InformationNames and addresses, the web details of relevant professional bodies. Further weblinks and job sites
A-Z of SpecialtiesMany healthcare professions, especially medicine have lots of specialties and sub-specialties, so it’s good to know exactly what further options you might have
Being Internet-based, Medicourse Careers is available 24/7 and is constantly reviewed and updated. The NHS Agenda for Change payscale is usually reviewed annually and our large team of honorary advisers (now 40+) ensure that career information is fresh and truly current.
The Medicourse.com main site is a unique, interactive and searchable global directory system for the marketing of all medical and healthcare events, training courses, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, CPD / CME meetings.
We would like to think that Purepages significant brand marketing expertise helps our writing and research team to put across difficult medical roles in an easily understood manner.