COO Malcolm Youngren and Sarah Weintraub, Faculty, Featured in Massage Magazine Article on Opportunities in Contact Tracing for Massage Therapists

July 9, 2020

Pacific College COO Malcolm Youngren and Sarah Weintraub, RN, CPN, a nurse who teaches in the new Contact Tracing Certification course at Pacific College, were both featured in a recent article in Massage Magazine. Many massage therapists possess attributes and education that can be useful in contact tracing, such as education in anatomy and physiology, how to conduct assessments and interviews, and an understanding of medical terminology.

This combination of skills means that contact tracing jobs could be a good fit for many massage therapists seeking temporary supplemental income during the global pandemic. Find out more about what contact tracing entails, how to find opportunities to help, and more at Massage Magazine.

Read the Full Article – MTs Ask: How Can a Contact Tracing Job Provide Supplemental Income?

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