Health professions are more than just about knowing a whole range of facts - health training will give you:
- The ability to think systematically
- The skill to ask the right questions
- The ability to solve a wide range of problems
- The ability to make decisions based on critical evaluation of evidence
- Good computer skills
- Effective communication
- Critical thinking skills
The result? A multi-skilled health professional-graduate equipped to face the future!
From civilian clothing to nurse’s/radiographer’s uniform (and everything in between)
A health science degree opens up a whole range of exciting career possibilities. Not all nurses or radiographers end up working in hospitals and clinics, although that is where some of the most exciting and health care takes place. You will find nurses and radiographers in classrooms, working in mines, airports, government, NGOs and in the private sector, in management positions or working as consultants, strategic planning... the list continues!