Career Spotlights highlight the many opportunities for students interested in careers in healthcare, with detailed job descriptions, information on requirements to enter the field, projections for growth in that field, and other valuable details.

What better career is there to talk about in this issue?! The word epidemiology is derived from the Greek roots of ‘logos (study),’ ‘epi (upon),’ and ‘demos (people),’ which translates literally into “the study of what is upon the people.” 

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Genetic Counselors advise individuals and families at risk of genetic disorders to help them understand and adapt to the medical and psychological implications of genetic disease. The process involves interpreting family and medical histories, educating patients about their risks, and counseling them to make informed choices about their healthcare options.

Getting as much information as possible about a career field is the best way to decide if it is the right fit for you. This article provides information on a great way to learn more about a field of interest.

A common question in some medical school interviews is, “If you don’t get accepted to medical school, what would you do instead?” Since more than half of people who apply to medical school do not get accepted, this is an important question to think about well before a medical school interview.