The RCN has published a new report and launched a new website to highlight and celebrate the vital role of nurses' contribution to public health.
NHS Higher Specialist Scientist Training is a quality assured five-year work-based and doctoral level programme for clinical scientists.
If you’re a doctor applying for a specialty training level 3 or 4 post to start between August and December 2016, you have until 9 March to apply.
The East Midlands is set to launch its own Public Health Practitioner Registration Scheme on 19 April 2016.
A Government consultation is underway about a proposed new support role to work alongside healthcare assistants and fully-qualified registered nurses.
Children's Mental Health Week from 8 to 14 February 2016 is an opportunity to highlight just some of the health staff involved in caring for children and young people with mental health problems.
The first of four teaser films on a new general practice nursing film was released today. A further three teasers will be released over the next two weeks.
Public Health England and the Centre for Workforce Intelligence are reviewing what's needed from the public health workforce to ensure it's fit for the future.
Health Education England has updated its work experience guide for employers to include information on health ambassadors.
Medical trainees at ST1 (specialty training) and CT1 (core training) and above whose circumstances have changed can apply for a transfer to another area of the UK.