CRUISE LINE MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
Every cruise ship will have a trained medical staff onboard. This includes nurses and physicians who are on staff to attend to both passengers and crew members. As you might imagine with so many people in a concentrated space, a few injuries tend to pop up. Nurses working on a cruise ship must be registered, with at least three years of hospital experience. Nurses, just like the ship’s doctor, are on call 24 hours for walk-in treatment of passengers’ minor aches and pains. They also attend to the crew, accounting for the majority of emergency care that is required onboard. Because crew members are the ones working with the ship’s equipment, running on slippery decks, lifting heavy trays, and working around hot ovens, they are the ones who succumb to the most accidents. While on most occasions there aren’t serious injuries or issues, having a qualified medical staff onboard is not only logical for when such occasions arise, but it is also the law. Passengers and crew can rest easy knowing that trained medical staff members are onboard if something should happen. These travel nursing jobs represent a great way to enjoy the field of medicine while traveling the world. The pay isn’t bad either.
HOLLYWOOD HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
Medical healthcare professionals work side-by-side with TV and film creators to help them develop and fact-check stories by drawing from their medical knowledge and real-life experiences as script consultants. They might meet with a writer at the beginning of a story development to help provide context about the character or setting they are trying to create. Sometimes, they might be “on call” as questions come up during the writing process. Or, they might look at a near-final script to spot inaccuracies or add some suggestions. Some of the questions that come up might involve hospital procedures, medical terminology, how equipment is used, and even the relationship dynamics that exist within a doctors/hospital unit. In order to do well in this role, medical healthcare professionals must be able to appreciate and respect creative license, communicate well, and make themselves available when questions arise. Often, writers are working on a tight deadline, so being available to consult and share feedback in a timely manner will make it more likely that you’ll get repeat business.
DISNEY HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
According to DisneyCareers.com, the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts (including Walt Disney World in Florida) and the Walt Disney Studios hire professionals for their Medical/Nursing team that care for Disney staff, cast members and visitors alike. You’ll be a part of a global team that treats patients in the event of occupational injuries or illnesses, and promotes healthy living through the development and implementation of health fairs, wellness programs and flu vaccinations. Examples of the types of healthcare positions at Disney properties include registered nurses, health services managers, medical services technicians or medical assistants, Occupational Safety and Health Administration directors, health care administrators and transitional duty assistants. Disney also has a college program, i.e. internships and educational opportunities, open to college students of any major.
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