Health and safety advisers work to reduce accidents, injury and health problems in the workplace.
Health promotion specialists educate and inform people about health issues.
Environmental health officers make sure people's surroundings are safe, healthy and hygienic.
Dental hygienists offer advice, information and treatments to prevent and treat tooth decay and gum disease.
Health service managers run local healthcare services such as hospitals, GP practices and community health services.
Primary care graduate mental health workers provide treatment and support to people with mental health problems.
Medical illustrators produce photographs, videos and graphical images for use in health care.
Personal trainers help their clients reach their personal health and fitness goals.
School matrons look after the health and wellbeing of pupils in boarding schools.
Occupational health nurses care for the health and wellbeing of people at work.
Community matrons provide care and support to people with long-term or complicated health conditions.
Psychotherapists use talking techniques and therapies to help people who are distressed, or have mental health problems.
Agricultural inspectors make sure animal welfare and health and safety regulations are followed on farms, in dairies and other agricultural workplaces.
Naturopaths believe that they can improve their clients' health through natural therapies, and education about lifestyle, diet and exercise.
Health records clerks keep people's medical records up to date.
Psychiatrists diagnose and treat patients with mental health problems.
School nurses work with schools and families to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Physiotherapists work with patients to improve their range of movement and promote health and wellbeing.
Fitness instructors organise exercise programmes to improve people's health and fitness.
Horticultural therapists use gardening to improve their clients' health and wellbeing.