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Jyoti Bacheta gives her top tips for new agency nurses...
30th Nov, 2017
On 22nd & 23rd November, we’ll see you at stand K62!
20th Nov, 2017
Because no-one should lose their childhood to an illness
17th Nov, 2017
Understand how to reduce risk and protect yourself
15th Nov, 2017
They’re not just good for broken bones you know!
08th Nov, 2017
Meet Tom, Nicola and the Audiology Team on stand 23!
07th Nov, 2017
The difference a little thought can make to your patients
03rd Nov, 2017
She's made the 2017 Essex Power 100 List!
27th Oct, 2017
Find out from someone who's done it!
20th Oct, 2017
Send your CV straight to the right person
How do I register as a doctor in the UK?
16 March 2022
Wondering how you can register as a doctor in the UK? This article will tell you everything you need to know about the process.
by Rachel Lamb
World AIDS Day 2021: 40 Years On
30 November 2021
It has been 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the UK in 1981. In the last 40 years, medical advancements have radically changed the life expectancy and quality of life for people diagnosed with HIV. However, more needs to be done to increase public knowledge about HIV and AIDS and reduce the stigma still attached to the virus.
by Katie McTaggart
How to speed up a job application using your smartphone
18 November 2021
We all know that the lives of doctors, nurses, radiographers and other healthcare staff are hectic enough without spending your free time uploading documents and filling out forms. That’s why we’ve put together some top tips on what documents to keep handy on your mobile phone, so you can apply for healthcare jobs quickly and easily (and put your feet up during your free time!).
by Alex King
Black History Month 2021: Healthcare Heroes - Part Two
28 October 2021
History is not just made in the past, but also the present – so part two of our Black British History: Healthcare Heroes Profiles for 2021 focuses on three people whose work continues today. Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu, Yvonne Coghill OBE, and Dr Jacqui Dyer MBE have had a profound impact on our experiences within healthcare – particularly for those in Black and minority ethnic communities.
by Katie McTaggart