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New structure for Health Careers website

The Health Careers website has a new-look structure in response to user feedback!  

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New career pathway diagrams for doctors

The Health Careers team, in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians, has developed a set of user-friendly career pathway diagrams for people interested in a career as a doctor.

Alan Simmons

Support for GCSE results day

Many congratulations if you got the results you wanted in your GCSEs! 

Careers specialist Alan Simmons

Support for A-level results day

If you've been waiting for your A-level results and got what you wanted, many congratulations! 

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#BeTheDifference campaign shows breadth of health courses available

Whether you're currently on a degree course, have graduated already or are awaiting your A-level results, a campaign is underway to promote the different health degree courses still available.

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New materials to promote website for young people

Some brand new materials are available to help NHS organisations, careers advisers and teachers tell young people about the NHS careers website just for them. 

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GMC plan for flexible training for doctors

The GMC has released plans which aim to improve training paths for doctors. 

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Higher Specialist Scientist Training Programme - 2017 recruitment

If you are a registered and experienced clinical scientist, you could train to become a consultant healthcare scientist. Recruitment opens for the 2017 programme on Monday 20 March 2017.

national careers week 2017

Join us as we celebrate the 350 careers available in health

National Careers Week 2017 (NCW 2017) takes place between 6-10 March and is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. 


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