Health Careers has today released a new toolkit to help local health organisations, including NHS trusts, schools and other organisations promote its website.
There is a second chance to apply to start specialty training in 2016, as the roles that have not been recruited to are re-advertised.
A short video exploring the difference general practice nurses make to patients' lives is now available on our YouTube channel.
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 Scientific 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.