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Skills for an MRI Technician

Jan 28, 2011

If you enjoy the technical aspects of anatomy and medicine, training to be an MRI tech might be a good choice for you.

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How to Choose a Dental Assistant Program

Sep 30, 2010

Although most states don't require you to be certified in order to work as a dental assistant, completing a program through an accredited school can make you a much more likely candidate in a potential employer's eyes.

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Job Prospects for Echocardiography Technicians

Sep 30, 2010

The field of echocardiology technology continues to be a field that is growing by leaps and bounds. The job outlook is bright for trained professionals in this field who enjoy minimally invasive medical work. Echocardiography technicians have a lot of hands-on time with their patients and most find their jobs personally rewarding.

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Lab Technician Salary Guide

Sep 30, 2010

Lab technicians have the potential to earn a stable income and have a number of opportunities for advancement in their field.

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Patient Care Technician Career Outlook

Sep 30, 2010

There are many opportunities for advancement as a patient care technician.  Many hospitals provide training programs for patient care technicians to obtain new knowledge or learn skills to help improve their job and therefore make them more marketable.

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Skills for a Psychologist

Sep 30, 2010

Training to be a psychologist requires a significant investment in time and education. It is important that if you’re considering entering this field that you research the skills needed to become a successful psychologist.

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What Is a Licensed Practical Nurse?

Sep 30, 2010

A licensed practical nurse or LPN is responsible for providing direct care for patients in a hospital, nursing home, clinic, or private care facility, under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician.

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What Is an Iridologist?

Sep 30, 2010

Iridology is a type of alternative medicine that involves the study of the iris in order to identify changes or weak areas of the body.

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What May I Learn from Dental Assistant Training?

Sep 30, 2010

Although many dental offices hire dental assistants who have little or no training into an entry-level position, successfully completing a course can make you a better candidate to get hired from the pool of numerous candidates that are available for each new position that becomes available.

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What to Look for in a Massage Therapy College

Sep 30, 2010

For those who are interested in massage therapy, it is important to know what to look for in a massage therapy college. Read on to know more.

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