There are lots of careers available in the health care field, and the numbers will continue to grow as Baby Boomers age. We've started profiles of schools and programs in the health care field, and we'll continue to add to the collection. We've rounded them all up in one place to make it easier for you to find them.
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We're starting out here with an article that isn't about a school or program, but it'll help you with whatever direction you choose. Almost any program you decide on is going to involve writing papers. At least one
paper. We gathered 10 great health-related topics to write about and included helpful resources to get you going. Happy writing.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that registered nurses constitute the largest health care occupation. There are an estimated 2.6 million jobs for registered nurses in the U.S. alone. Learn the three primary ways of becoming a nurse.
This is one of our most popular articles on health care training. It's written by former contributing writer Melanie Zoltan. She offers lots of helpful info on this achievable career.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst University Without Walls online bachelor degree program offers the chance for careers in health care administration, substance abuse programs, developmental disabilities, and community health. Can't go wrong with any of those.
The accelerated Integrated Science Program from The Learning Institute helps adult students find healthcare jobs
faster. Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) is one school that delivers the ISP format. Is it for you?
Ivy Tech Community College, with 23 campuses throughout Indiana, is the nation's largest community college system and Indiana's largest health degree provider. Melanie Zoltan details the choices available to you at this health career-rich school.
Excelsior College, based in Albany, New York, is one of the largest educators of nurses in the United States via distance education. If you're thinking about a nursing
career and an online program sounds right for you, check out Melanie Zoltan's collection of articles about Excelsior.
Wonder if a health information technician job is right for you? Meet Sydahne Phillip, a former student in Rasmussen College's program. She talks about why this program was right for her.
CNAs, certified nurse assistants, help registered nurses manage a variety of medical tasks related to patient care. Training for these nurse aides is one of the most popular continuing education courses at Finger Lakes Community College in New York.
Meet Melanie Shearer, BS, MT (ASCP), CMA (AAMA), a full-time faculty member at Tri-C. She talks about her work as a professor teaching non-traditional students and also about her own experience as a non-traditional student.