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    General Medicine/MBBS

    After completing the professional education program of the specialty «Medicine» a specialist can perform professional work as:

    • Doctor;
    • Doctor in Exercise Therapy and Sports Medicine;
    • Radiation Therapy Physician;
    • Doctor in Radionuclide Diagnostics;
    • General Practitioner – Family Doctor;
    • Emergency Medicine Physician;
    • Obstetrician-Gynecologist;
    • Anesthesiologist;
    • Virologist;
    • Geneticist;
    • Dermatologist;
    • Infection Disease Doctor;
    • Laboratory Assistant;
    • Genetic Laboratory Assistant;
    • Neuropathologist;
    • Neurosurgeon;
    • Oncologist;
    • Orthopedic Traumatologist;
    • Otolaryngologist;
    • Ophthalmologist;
    • Pathologist;
    • Occupational Physician;
    • Psychiatrist;
    • Narcologist;
    • Psychotherapist;
    • Radiologist;
    • Forensic Pathologist;
    • Therapist;
    • Primary Care Physician;
    • Adolescent Therapist;
    • Factory’s Sectorial Doctor;
    • Urologist;
    • Physiotherapist;
    • Pathisiologist;
    • Surgeon;
    • Pediatrician;
    • District Pediatrician;
    • Pediatric Neurologist;
    • Neonatologist;
    • Pediatric Hygiene Doctor;
    • Occupational Health Doctor;
    • Doctor in Hygiene of Nutrition;
    • Doctor in General Hygiene;
    • Public Health Doctor;
    • Doctor in Radiation Hygiene;
    • Infectious Disease Doctor;
    • Epidemiologist;
    • Hygienist Laboratory Technician in Study in Environmental Chemical Factors;
    • Doctor Supervisor;
    • Medical Statistician;

    Dentistry

    The specialist is ready to work according to NACE DK 009: 2021:

    Section Q. Health care and social assistance

    • Group 86.2 Medicine and dental practice
    • Class 86.23 Dental practice

    After finishing the educational professional program of the specialty «Dentistry» specialist can perform professional work as a:

    • Dentist;
    • Cosmetic Dentist;
    • Orthodontist;
    • Endodontist;
    • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery;
    • Prosthodontist;
    • Medical Transcriptionist or a Dental Transcriptionist;
    • Forensic Dentist;
    • Forensic Odontologist;
    • Dental Consultant;
    • Dental Insurer;
    • Dental Researcher;
    • Lecturer of a Dental Science.

    A graduate of the program can enter postgraduate education programs (Master`s, Ph.D., Doctorate, Clinical Residence), which provide training for dentists in educational programs.

    Pharmacy

    After completing the educational professional program of the specialty «Pharmacy» a specialist can perform professional work as:

    • Pharmacist-Intern;
    • Laboratory Assistant (Pharmacy);
    • Pharmacist;
    • Clinical Pharmacist;
    • Pharmacist-Analyst;
    • Pharmacist-Cosmetologist;
    • Pharmacist-Toxicologist;
    • Pharmacist-Homeopath;
    • Drug Inspector;
    • Pharmacist;
    • Pharmaceutical Marketing;
    • Pathological Lab Scientist;
    • Health Inspector;
    • Chemical/Drug Technician;
    • Medical Devices And Quality Control Manufacturing;
    • Medical Underwriter.

    The specialist also is ready to work according to NACE DK 009:2021:

    • Class 01.28 Growing spicy, aromatic, and medicinal crops;
    • Class 21.10 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products;
    • Class 21.20 Manufacture of pharmaceutical medicines and materials;
    • Class 46.46 Wholesale of pharmaceutical goods;
    • Class 47.73 Retail sale of pharmaceutical goods in specialized stores;
    • Class 47.74 Retail sale of medical and orthopedic goods in specialized stores;
    • Class 73.20 Market research and assess public opinion;
    • Class 86.90 Other activities in the field of healthcare.

    The student can enter the postgraduate education program (Master, Ph.D., Doctorate, Clinical Residency), where training is carried out according to the educational programs of preparation for a pharmacy specialist of a certain specialization.

    After completing the educational professional program of the specialty «Pharmacy» a specialist is to obtain the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy.

    The Master of Pharmacy can work in the chemical-pharmaceutical industry, in forensic chemical and toxicological laboratories, research institutes, clinical health care institutions, higher education institutions, and branch institutions of various departments, performing the relevant functions.

    Physiotherapy

    Physical therapists are an integral part of the healthcare team, restoring or optimizing movement and function after injury or disease. These hands-on healthcare professionals evaluate movement dysfunction, develop care plans, use therapeutic exercises, facilitate neuromuscular control of movement and manage pain as part of treatment for their patients. Physical therapists use these skills across a wide range of patients and all practice settings. Therefore career perspectives are excellent and most physiotherapists have a secure job even before they graduate.

    • Acupuncturist;
    • Chiropractor;
    • Dance movement psychotherapist;
    • Exercise physiologist;
    • Health Service Manager;
    • Health Improvement Practitioner;
    • Osteopath;
    • Personal Trainer;
    • Animal Physiotherapist;
    • Higher Education Lecturer;
    • Physiotherapist;
    • Sports Therapist;
    • Orthopedic Physiotherapy;
    • Neurological Physiotherapy;
    • Pediatrics Physiotherapy;
    • Geriatrics Physiotherapy;
    • Consultant Physiotherapist in Multi-Specialty Hospitals, Health Care Centers;
    • Corporate Physiotherapists in MNCs;
    • Health Care Physiotherapy Instructor in Modern Gymnasiums;
    • Ergonomic Care Advisor;
    • Physiotherapist in Special Schools for Physically Challenged Children;
    • Physiotherapist in Old Age Residential Homes;
    • Entrepreneurs in Rehabilitation Centers/ Organizations;
    • Private Practitioners running Private Physiotherapy Practices;
    • Lecturer;
    • Clinical Researcher.

    It`s also useful to gain additional work experience in supportive roles within the private, voluntary, or local authority sectors to broaden your key skills and career opportunities. You can find work experience opportunities in hospitals, physiotherapy practices, sports clinics, football clubs, special schools, and nursing homes. The voluntary sector also offers good options for gaining experience, for example with the British Red Cross, St. John Ambulance Service, and various healthcare charities.

    Paid opportunities that involve helping others, for example, care assistant work in hospitals and clients’ homes, can also help you develop key skills and evidence core values of physiotherapy.

    Nursing

    After finishing the educational professional program of the specialty «Nursing» specialist can perform professional work as:

    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA);
    • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN);
    • Registered Nurse (RN);
    • Surgical Assistant Registered Nurse;
    • Home Care Registered Nurse;
    • Emergency Room Registered Nurse;
    • Labor and Delivery Nurse;
    • Clinical Nurse Supervisor;
    • Nurse Case Manager;
    • Cardiology Nurse;
    • Emergency Nurse;
    • Dermatology Nurse;
    • Hospice Nurse;
    • Neonatal Nurse;
    • Neurology Nurse;
    • Orthopedics Nurse;
    • Pediatrics Nurse;
    • Psychiatry Nurse;
    • Trauma Nurse;
    • Urology Nurse.

    Public Health

    Public Health careers might be misunderstood because the field can be difficult to define. At one level, Public Health involves medical care provided within a community and outside a hospital setting. In a different context, Public Health can have global repercussions and refer to efforts to prevent epidemics and improve the health of entire nations.

    With Public Health at the International European University being such a broad field, students typically focus their studies on a particular area. While undergraduate degrees may be specialized, this is especially true at the graduate level. Some concentrations in Public Health focus on math and statistics while others fall into the realm of social sciences. Others may result in jobs in public relations, marketing, or community outreach. The degree emphasis can also influence whether a graduate goes on to find employment within a government agency, a private firm, or a private consultant.

    • Biostatistician;
    • Medical and Health Services Manager;
    • Health Informatics Specialist;
    • Health Care Administrator;
    • Health Educator;
    • Community Health Worker;
    • Epidemiologist;
    • Field Investigator;
    • Research Analyst;
    • Environmental Scientist;
    • Quality Investigator;
    • Environmental Engineer;
    • Refugee Coordinator;
    • HIV/AIDS Educator;
    • Project Manager;
    • Health Services Manager;
    • Health Department Administrator;
    • Government Policy Analyst;
    • Health Education Specialist;
    • Health Promotion Coordinator;
    • Public Relations Manager;
    • Breastfeeding Support Coordinator;
    • Nurse Midwife;
    • WIC Nutrition Specialist;
    • Public Health Nurse;
    • Minority Health Office Administrator;
    • Minority Health Research Analyst;
    • Social Worker;
    • LCSW;
    • How To Become a Counselor;
    • Psychologist;
    • Psychiatric Nurse.

    Medical Laboratory Sciences

    Medical Laboratory Scientists are healthcare professionals highly trained in the art and technology of clinical laboratory medicine. They are employed in hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies, and research. Medical Laboratory Scientists are the detectives of the medical world and perform diagnostic tests to assist the physician in the treatment of patients. After completing the professional education program of the specialty Medical Laboratory Science at the International European University in Poland a specialist can perform professional work as:

    Pharmaceutical technician. A pharmaceutical technician helps pharmacists prepare prescription medications for customers. They typically work in pharmacies or drug stores, but they may also work in hospitals or outpatient clinics. Pharmaceutical technicians work with doctors and healthcare providers to ensure they receive the correct prescription refill authorizations.

    Chemistry technician. They typically work in laboratories at research and manufacturing facilities. Chemistry technicians are responsible for preparing laboratories for experiments by cleaning instruments, calibrating equipment, and mixing compounds. They may also help monitor experiments, compile research data and analyze results. Chemistry technicians may work with other team members to create technical reports to share their findings with their superiors or other departments within the organization.

    Medical laboratory technician. A medical laboratory technician is in charge of conducting various technical projects and experiments in a medical lab. Also referred to as laboratory analysts or laboratory assistants, medical laboratory technicians prepare samples for analysis, monitor tests, and procedures, and perform tests that help physicians diagnose and treat diseases.

    Medical technologist. Medical technologists perform a wide variety of tests in a medical lab setting. Also known as clinical laboratory scientists, they are an important part of the healthcare team because they provide doctors, nurses, and other medical staff with the results and data from patient tests. This helps doctors properly diagnose and treat patients. Medical technologists may specialize in a particular area, such as chemistry, transfusion medicine, immunology, hematology, or microbiology.

    Forensics manager. A forensics manager is responsible for monitoring, testing, and screening patients who have a history of mental illness or substance abuse. They may conduct drug and alcohol tests and document a patient’s progress to ensure they are following their prescribed treatment program.

    Senior medical technologist. A senior medical technologist trains and supervises other medical technicians on the proper testing procedures and safety protocols. They may be responsible for updating procedure manuals and making changes to improve the accuracy and speed of test results.

    Chemical engineer. Chemical engineer uses their knowledge of math, biology, physics, and chemistry to solve product manufacturing issues. Some common products that chemical engineers work with include food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and fuel.

    Microbiologist. A microbiologist is a research professional who specializes in the study of microorganisms. Examples of microorganisms they may study include bacteria, algae, protozoa, and microscopic animals such as dust mites. Microbiologists grow and collect samples of different microorganisms to use in experiments and develop new products, such as vital medicines that can save lives.

    Radiation therapist. Radiation therapists are medical professionals who administer radiation treatments to patients who have cancer or other diseases. They work with medical physicists, radiation oncologists, and other healthcare providers to determine which treatments are the most effective for each patient.

    Forensic analyst. Forensic analysts work with law enforcement agencies, police departments, and detectives to help them identify suspects. They examine and analyze crime scene evidence, such as fingerprints, hair, blood samples, bodily fluids, or other items left at the crime scene.

    Medical Biotechnology

    Medical Biotechnology implies the application of biotechnology in the field of the healthcare sector. The Healthcare sector is powered by biotechnology companies that always play a major role, be it in developing diagnostic kits, vaccines, biologics, drugs, or medical machinery. The domains of biotechnology like molecular biology, cell biology, recombinant technology, and immunotherapeutics succored to the evolution of the medical sector. There are many career opportunities available in Research and Development, Pharmaceutical Companies, Hospitals, Diagnostic Centres, and the Manufacturing Sector of Biotechnology.

    Job Profiles for Graduates in Medical Biotechnology:

    • Clinical Laboratory Technician;
    • Biological Supplier Manufacturing;
    • Environmental Technician;
    • Pharmaceutical Research Technician;
    • Medical Scientist;
    • Chemical Engineer;
    • Biological Technician;
    • Chemical Technician;
    • Bio Analysts;
    • Data Scientists;
    • Informatics Developer;
    • Bioinformatics Researcher;
    • Pharmaco-Genetic Engineer;
    • Clinical Technician;
    • Chemical Operator;
    • Biomedical Equipment Technician;
    • Microbiologist;
    • DNA Analyst;
    • Pharmaceutical Manufacturer;
    • Scientist;
    • Medical Scientist;
    • Biomanufacturing Specialist;
    • Food Scientist and Technologist;
    • Biomedical Engineer;
    • Biochemist;
    • R&D Scientist;
    • Quality Assurance Manager;
    • Epidemiologist.

    Typical employers of Medical Biotechnologists:

    • Pharmaceutical and chemical companies;
    • Biotechnology and genetic engineering companies;
    • Universities;
    • Hospitals;
    • Research institutions;
    • Agricultural and crop production companies;
    • Food and drink manufacturers.

    Medical Psychology

    Medical Psychologists are needed to help people overcome addictions, adjust to life-changing accidents, or to manage the grief of losing a loved one. There are many things psychologists can do in such a specialty. After obtaining a Medical Psychology Degree at the International European University you can be a:

    • Rehabilitation Specialist. A rehabilitation specialist helps someone who has experienced a traumatic life event. If you work as a rehab specialist, you might help someone manage the mental and emotional process of learning to walk or speak again or even dealing with the loss of a limb.
    • Laboratory Assistant. Lab assistants collect samples of body tissues, fluids, and other substances to test and analyze them. Their findings are usually recorded and then reported to the doctors in charge of a patient’s care. This helps doctors diagnose and treat patients. Lab assistants often need a bachelor’s degree for employment.
    • Psychiatric Technician. Psychiatric technicians are entry-level mental health workers. They are often employed in residential treatment centers, nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, or other facilities where there are developmentally disabled or mentally ill patients.
    • Case Manager. A case manager oversees a patient’s care. It is their job to make sure the patient has an effective treatment plan that covers all aspects of that patient’s care, including mental and emotional health. They also advocate for their patients, ensuring they receive all the necessary services. Generally, a bachelor’s degree is needed to be a case manager.
    • Human Resources Specialist. Human resource specialists don’t work with patients. Their job is to recruit, screen, and interview potential employees. They also manage onboarding, training, and employee benefits.
    • Clinical Psychologist. Clinical psychology is the study of emotional disorders, and psychologists in this discipline can diagnose them. They employ many different treatments to help these patients, including psychotherapy and medication. They are trained to understand how medicines physically interact with the body to prescribe treatment best. Still, their focus is mainly on the therapies they offer rather than medication.
    • Addictions Psychologist. They devise treatment plans to help those suffering from addiction overcome their dependence on drugs, alcohol, gambling, etc. They work alongside patients to quit the vice and then maintain a long-term plan to keep them on track.
    • Psychologist Supervisor. Working under a Director of Psychology, a psychology supervisor organizes programs to treat mental health disorders. Sometimes, they have the opportunity to train new employees and oversee their work.

    Opportunities are available in a range of Health and Social Care Settings, including:

    • Hospitals;
    • Psychiatric Units;
    • Local Clinics and Health Centres;
    • Community Mental Health Teams;
    • Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CYPMHS);
    • Social Services;
    • Schools and Universities
    • Prisons;
    • Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services.

    Postgraduate Education

    There are many degree programs you can pursue to develop the knowledge and skills you need to be a medical professional. Postgraduate Medical education is a graduate degree that prepares you for a variety of roles in healthcare, medical research, public health, and regulation. Learning what this degree program entails and what fields you can work in with this qualification can help you determine if this is the right educational path for you.

    Our Postgraduate medical program focuses on promoting the professional and personal development of future medical specialists, combining it with a variety of training in medical research laboratories, the most prominent and well-equipped clinics and hospitals in Poznan, rehabilitation centers, and educational establishments for improving and boosting practical skills received during the previous studying.

    These programs typically take two years to complete and, in that time, cover such topics:

    • Medical Ethics;
    • Issues in Healthcare;
    • Clinical Research Technology, Methods, and Literature;
    • Developmental Biology and Genetics;
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology;
    • Biochemistry;
    • Immunology and Epidemiology;

    Postgraduate medical education at the International European University may be a good educational program for you if you’re:

    • Pursuing a specific career path
    • Career paths like physician assistant require students to have a Master’s Degree in clinical science, medical science, health science or a related discipline. Other careers, like regulatory specialist, require students to have a Postgraduate degree that demonstrates knowledge of healthcare services, policies, processes, and ethics. Since these careers allow you to earn any relevant degree, consider earning a Postgraduate Degree in medicine at the International European University as a way to expand your knowledge, develop new skills, or earn qualifications for your specific role.

    • Looking to specialize
    • Physician assistants, physicians, and other medical professionals may want to specialize their healthcare skills or medical practice to take on more challenging or unique patient cases. Many Master’s in Medicine programs offer tracks in specific areas, like dental and orthodontics, epidemiology, and caring for certain conditions. Having a medical or patient care specialization can lead to higher-paying professional opportunities.

    • Wanting to advance your career
    • If you’re eager to earn a new medical or patient care position with complex duties, leadership responsibilities, and higher earning potential, you may improve your application with a Master’s Degree in any field of Medicine you want. For example, if you work in medical research and are interested in leading research teams, you might pursue a Master’s in Medical Science to increase your qualifications in research technology, methods, and ethics as well as practice in a research specialty.

    For example, here are some of the career perspectives you can pursue with a Postgraduate Medical Degree at the International European University:

    • Microbiologist;
    • Pathologist;
    • Clinical Research Associate;
    • Quality Assurance Manager;
    • Physician Assistant;
    • Emergency Preparedness Coordinator;
    • Genetic Counselor;
    • Clinical Scientist In Genomics;
    • Nursing Assistant;
    • Medical Assistant;
    • Licensed Practical Nurse;
    • Nutritionist;
    • Surgeon;
    • Medical Director;
    • Chief Medical Officer;
    • Anesthesiologist;
    • Cardiologist;
    • Hospital Doctor;
    • Ophthalmologist;
    • Psychiatrist;
    • Parademic;
    • Science Writer;
    • Midwife.

    Outside of becoming a medical expert, jobs for medical postgraduates from our International European University are available in a variety of places including research organizations and laboratories, higher education establishments, and pharmaceutical companies.

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