Career Opportunities in Nuclear Medicine in Canada
Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Nuclear Medicine.
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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Nuclear Medicine Graduates
People with a degree in nuclear medicine can go either into clinical practice, working in a hospital, where they can interact with patients in the radiology department as they diagnose disorders. They can also work in the preparation of the necessary radiopharmaceuticals.
People with a degree in nuclear medicine can also go into pure research, such as at the Chalk River Laboratories in Ontario. There they can prepare medical isotopes and also carry out research into the design of new and more effective isotopes.
Positions in universities are also available, where such people usually teach nuclear medicine to other medical students, while also performing personal research.
Study and Work in Nuclear Medicine in Canada
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