Two new publications demonstrate the contribution that allied health professionals (AHPs) make to the health of the nation.
In his autumn statement to Parliament on 25 November 2015, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced proposals to change future NHS funding.
Healthcare came to life at The Skills Show in Birmingham recently.
Now is the time for doctors moving on to the specialty training part of their career to apply for places.
The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme is now accepting applicants for September 2016.
The new national dementia core skills education and training framework is a comprehensive resource to support health professionals and educators working with people living with dementia.
Over the last year, Health Education England has been busy developing this website. It brings together the very best information from the previous NHS Careers, Medical Careers and PHORCaST (public health) websites.
A new education and career framework launched today by Health Education England sets out for the first time the specialist knowledge and skills needed to deliver and advance in district nursing and general practice nursing.
Four of the country’s leading health bodies have joined forces to launch a new campaign to encourage more young doctors to become GPs.