It's a big week for you if you're waiting for your GCSE results.
Public Health England is encouraging all public health professionals in the UK to try out and provide feedback on the new Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework as soon as possible.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has recently announced that physical activity and lifestyle will be a clinical priority for the next three years, 2016 to 2019.
If you're enjoying watching the 2016 Olympics and are impressed with Team GB's medal haul, you might be thinking that a career in sport could be for you.
Health Education England (HEE) has recently re-launched its thought-provoking and inspiring 'Cradle to Grave' video showcasing the great work of the NHS and the people who work in it.
This week is World Breastfeeding Week. The 2016 campaign concentrates on how improved breastfeeding and Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) can contribute to the achievement of sustainable development goals.
Those applying to GP this year are being offered a 12 month opportunity to develop their clinical and professional skills in rural South Africa as part of a four year GP and Global Health Fellowship (GHF) training programme.
Allied health professionals have been considering how they can continue to impact positively on the public’s health, how best to measure the impact they have, and how to identify where they can do even more.
If you're passionate about sharing your learning from an evidence-based innovation that will improve health outcomes at lower cost, now's the time to further your career by applying for an NIA fellowship