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Test your NHS values with new e-tool

Health Education England has launched a new free online tool to champion the values and behaviours of the NHS, set out in the NHS Constitution

Female GP checking blood pressure

If you’re thinking of a career in medicine, think GP

As part of a Think GP campaign, the Royal College of General Practitioners has published a new video to show what life as a GP is like.

Female eye doctor with male patient

National Eye Health Week – could your career help?

National Eye Health Week for 2016 is happening from 19 to 25 September. 

School students talking

Could the health career you choose reinforce positive sexual health messages?

This year, Sexual Health Week runs from 12-18 September and focuses on sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Paramedic smiling

Connect, communicate, care for World Suicide Prevention Day

More than 800,000 people take their lives each year across the world. 

Health Careers booklet

Health Careers literature gets a makeover

We are delighted to announce that our range of booklets about different health careers is now available online and in print following a refresh.

Apprentice talking to camera

Time to shine at the Asian Apprenticeship awards

The Asian Apprenticeship Awards scheduled for 10 November in Birmingham is expected to attract more than 450 people to celebrate the talent and diversity within BME (black, minority and ethnic) groups.

Alan Simmons

Specialist careers adviser on hand for results day

It's a big week for you if you're waiting for your GCSE results. 

People in public park

Try out the new Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework

Public Health England is encouraging all public health professionals in the UK to try out and provide feedback on the new Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework as soon as possible. 

Female GP with male patient

Physical activity and lifestyle now a clinical priority for RCGP

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has recently announced that physical activity and lifestyle will be a clinical priority for the next three years, 2016 to 2019.


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