I am a London (England) based Podiatrist/Chiropodist,working with diabetics etc...and am about to join my wife who is a Canadian and living in Toronto..Once in Toronto I have no intentions of working as a Podiatrist, a career I have successfully been in for 30 years..but I would still prefer being a health professional with very little administration in my way..I prefer the practical side of health sciences..even I would love to be an operating room assistant and thougherly love it ...Any advice?
Clerical roles are usually quite open to experience, depending on how you present yourself. Operating room attendants are usually scrub nurses, so the qualifications are either a registered practical nurse or a registered nurse.
Working with in and out patients with mental health issues in your hospital, what specific qualifications do you need? I have a Developmental Service Worker Diploma but would I need additional qualifications to be considered for a career in the mental health field at your hospital?
I believe you would need a degree or masters. Experience would be beneficial in mental health.