Men are doctors and women are nurses. Right? Of course not, but is this what primary school kids really think?
Darren Aldrich, strategy and communications lead for Health Careers, suggests that it is and asks the question – does it really matter?
Health Careers today released an updated guide to help healthcare scientists and trusts celebrate Healthcare Science Week 2017.
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A survey has been launched to assess the needs of public health workers for the proposed public health skills passport.
On Tuesday 15 November, a cross-section of the public health community gathered in London to launch the newly revised Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework.
Applications are now invited from trainee doctors (ST1 / CT1 upwards) for the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme 2017/18.
Applications are invited from doctors who meet the eligibility requirements for entry into ST1/CT1 training. The main recruitment round for Specialty Training 1 (ST1) and Core Training 1 (CT1) opened on the 9th November 2016 and closes on the 1st December 2016 at 4pm.
We’ve been busy of late highlighting radiotherapy as a fascinating and worthwhile area to work in. Could it be for you?