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Strong Soft Skills Help Health Professionals Handle Russian Meteorite Event

Emergency staff in Russia needed more than just medical training when they responded to a meteorite impact, they needed the skills to be calm, patient and understanding.

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A college student created an app to assist with speech therapy.
Tufts Student Creates App to Make Speech Therapy More Effective

When Tufts University student Jack McDermott was a child, his stutter led him to seek speech therapy from the time he was 4 years old until he turned 17.

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Students can launch satisfying careers as physical therapists.
A Postgraduate Degree Can Lead to a Satisfying Physical Therapy Career

According to a recent survey by Peer Group US, many physical therapists are very satisfied with their current jobs.

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Students can become child nutritionists with a bachelor
A Bachelor's Degree Can Lead to a Rewarding Career in Child Nutrition

In order to make a difference in the lives of children and show them how to eat properly, individuals can launch rewarding careers as child nutritionists.

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University of Wisconsin Prepares Healthcare Workers for the Age of Technology

As technology continues to become an integral part of the healthcare sector, there will be an increasing need for professionals who understand how to use it.
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Friday, Apr 27 2012 02:25 PM

Tufts University Launches New Physician Assistant Program

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs for physician assistants will increase by 39% through 2018.
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Monday, Mar 26 2012 01:03 PM

Two California Universities Plan to Launch New Pharmacy School

Like most fields in the allied health industry, jobs for pharmacists are expected to grow rapidly.
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Monday, Mar 05 2012 02:57 PM

Pharmacology Majors See Growing Number of Job Opportunities

While many tracks can lead to plentiful job opportunities, USA Today highlighted pharmacology in particular as one of the "most employable majors."
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Wednesday, Feb 15 2012 08:43 AM

Pharmacy Schools Find Unique Ways to Increase Doctoral Degree Accessibility

Schools across the country are working to find creative ways to bolster their Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree programs.
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Tuesday, Jan 17 2012 01:03 PM

City Living May Drive Increasing Need for Audiologists

A recent study indicates that modern city living can cause hearing loss and damage in many individuals.
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Monday, Jan 09 2012 08:08 AM