Health Education England (HEE) is celebrating ten years of the ‘Step into the NHS’ competition for secondary schools.
The NHS has transformed the health and wellbeing of our country in its 70-year history. Its future relies on its people, and their dedication in looking after our health.
Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse at NHS Health Education England, talks about a new self-funded nursing degree programme run by University of East London (UEL) which draws on local talent. Lisa also speaks to those involved.
Could this be the year you give yourself or someone you know a different type of present?
New campaign aims to encourage more young people to consider a career in nursing and the allied health professions
Young people aged between 16 and 18 are the target of an eye-catching new campaign to attract more people to study for degrees in nursing and the allied health professions (AHP).
Healthcare Science Week is an annual celebration of the invaluable contribution healthcare science staff make to patient care, day in, day out!
This February and March, we will be at several career events and we want to meet you!
Health Careers is currently piloting some work with primary schools to increase awareness of the NHS as an employer and to challenge gender stereotypical views of health professions.
Applications are now open for the graduate-entry NHS Scientist Training Programme (STP) 2018*.
The national 111 telephone service employs everyone from service (telephone) advisers to health advisers and advanced clinical practitioners.