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Biomedical sciences are fields that integrate biology and medicine in methodology and practice to better public health. To learn more click HERE.
What makes the profession of dentistry unique is the opportunity to bring together a heavy science background that will train you to critically think, with everyday hands-on skills to create art, all while providing treatment to your patients. Click HERE for more information.
Kinesiology can be defined as the study of the movement of the body. Kinesiology encompasses studying many different topics, including but not limited to: physical activity, health and wellness, sports science, nutrition, and sport and exercise psychology. Click HERE to learn more.
Medicine is an occupation aimed at protecting, promoting, and restoring good health with a focus on identifying, diagnosing, and treating illnesses using evidence-based therapies. For more information, click HERE.
Much like medicine, nursing is an occupation aimed at the prevention of illness, promoting health, and caring for the sick, disabled and terminally ill using evidence-based therapies. Nurses also advocate and promote a safe environment for patients, conduct research, help shape health policy, and educate the next generation of nurses. Click HERE to learn more.
With the aging population and the increased use of digital devices such as smartphones and tablets at close proximity, the eye care industry, specifically optometry, is projected to have a growth rate of about 10% by 2028. This section will differentiate the two main eye care professions, Optometry (primary care) and Ophthalmology (secondary/tertiary care), and offer helpful advice regarding the requirements and recommendations for entry into either professional program. Click HERE to learn more.
Pharmacists go through extensive training to become medication experts in order to provide patient care and therapeutic interventions in a multitude of settings. For more information, click HERE.