The Healthcare sector is large and varied. A good overview of the types of organisations and different job roles which make up this sector is available on the Prospects website. If you are studying a science-related degree it is sometimes easier to see where you fit into this sector, but there are roles for those with Business, Engineering, Arts and Humanities degrees as well. Some will require further professional training. The NHS site What Can I Do with My Degree (see Useful resources below) helps you to identify what might be possible.
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- British Complementary Medicine Association - represents complementary medicine organisations, provides information on training, professional standards, setting up in practice, etc
- Healthcare Professions Council - official regulator of 15 allied health professions in the UK. Good for more career ideas
- Institute of Healthcare Management - UK professional body for managers working in healthcare and health services
NHS Careers, Medical Careers and PHORCast websites
Careers pages for this independent provider of private health care insurance, hospitals and health care services
Complete the self-assessment questionnaire which will help you decide whether the NHS schemes are right for you
All applications for nursing and midwifery courses, whether at diploma or degree level, are made via UCAS