Career Opportunities in Orthopaedic in Canada
Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Orthopaedic.
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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Orthopaedic Graduates
Most people with a degree in orthopedics become surgeons, working in a variety of medical settings. They can work in small clinics in a rural or suburban setting, or in a large urban hospital. They usually work with rehabilitation or sports medicine specialists, but are especially prevalent in the emergency department or trauma ward.
People with a degree in orthopedics can also get administrative positions in medical schools, or as the heads of various hospital departments. Many orthopedic surgeons also teach.
People with a degree in orthopedics who have a mechanical aptitude can work in collaboration with mechanical engineers to design artificial limbs and joints such as hips and knees. These people usually end up working in a research capacity and have less contact with patients.
Study and Work in Orthopaedic in Canada
Study Orthopaedic in Canada
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