When it comes to applied sciences, careers in medicine and medical sciences have got to be one of the most important areas for you to get involved with! Whether you want to be a doctor, a dentist or a research and development scientist for a pharmaceutical company, your job will be integral to treating illnesses, solving physical problems and saving lives.
What do medical sciences careers involve?
Without a shadow of a doubt, this is one of the most challenging, rewarding and innovative areas of applied science.
To show you the seriously massive variety of occupations in this sector, here’s a short list of things you might be doing:
- Shouting “CLEAR!” and rubbing the pads of a defibrillator together
- Extracting people’s teeth with a drill, some pliers and an overwhelming sense of satisfaction
- Developing a cure for cancer
- Figuring out how to make multi-vitamin tablets much, much smaller.
With so many options available to you, the medical world truly is your scientific oyster!
What options do I have within medical science?
There are so many different areas of medical science that it’s difficult to know even where to start. Don’t worry though, if you’re interested in a specific area of this industry, we’ve got it covered!
We don’t have enough space to tell you all about medical sciences right here, right now, so if you want to find out more, head over to the Medicine, Medical Sciences & Research sector. You’ll find out everything you ever wanted to know!
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