Your World Healthcare News
The London Marathon is a very gruelling for anyone. For the professional athletes it is a test against their best timing, for amateurs it can be simply a matter of completing the course!
06th May, 2015
8th – 10th May, Your World Healthcare will be exhibiting at the Association of Orthopaedic Practitioners UK (AOP) Annual Conference 2015 in Torquay.
29th Apr, 2015
We make seeing and talking to our clients and candidates a priority at Your World. Building amicable relationships with our contacts is a personal touch that has been a part of the ethics within our company since our founding a decade ago.
20th Apr, 2015
Sometimes the most complex problems require the simplest solutions.
13th Apr, 2015
Thursday 2nd April saw staff from our London office head to Liverpool Street Station to raise money for one of our lead charities we sponsor, the Teenage Cancer Trust.
07th Apr, 2015
Ben James, one of our Speech & Language Therapy Recruiters, attended the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice (ASLTIP)...
27th Mar, 2015
We are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Association of Speech & Language Therapy in Independent Practice (ASLTIP) Conference 2015...
19th Mar, 2015
Today, all of the International Federation of Social Workers' (IFSW) hundreds of member countries are celebrating social workers' contribution to society, and using the opportunity to advocate common...
18th Mar, 2015
The world of locum healthcare workers is no humdrum affair. Agency nurse with Your World Healthcare for more than a year, Neomi Bennett, is on a mission to raise the awareness of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)...
13th Mar, 2015
Last week, Your World Healthcare were delighted to be approached by Recruiter to take part in a webinar event about quality and ability in job searching.
11th Mar, 2015
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02 February 2018
Read to the end - it could save your life!
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