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New career framework for general practice and district nursing

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.

New campaign launched to inspire young medics to choose general practice

Four of the country’s leading health bodies have joined forces to launch a new campaign to encourage more young doctors to become GPs.

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National NHS competition encourages young people to consider a health career

With such a wide range of healthcare careers to choose from, Health Education England (HEE) is keen to encourage young people to consider joining one of the many healthcare teams across England, through its annual Step into the NHS schools’ competition. 

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Report calls for massive expansion to workforce supporting the public’s health

A new report from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) outlines plans for a range of different occupations including cleaners, hairdressers and postal workers to support efforts to improve the public’s health.  

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New work experience toolkits launched

Health Education England have launched two new toolkits to support the delivery of work experience opportunites in health.

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New GP return to practice scheme launched nationally

A new scheme to get doctors into general practice has been launched with the backing of the Royal College of General Practitioners, NHS England, Health Education England and the BMA.


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