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Got a health improvement innovation to share?

If you're passionate about sharing your learning from an evidence-based innovation that will improve health outcomes at lower cost, now's the time to further your career by applying for an NIA fellowship

Armed Forces Day provides opportunity to say thank you

Armed Forces Day on 25 June provided the perfect chance to say thank you to all the NHS reservists who work tirelessly to support the Armed Forces. 

Shirley Cramer

Conference delegates give advice to their younger selves

Delegates at the recent Faculty of Public Health two-day conference were asked what careers advice they'd give to their younger selves. 

Baby gorilla, Afia

Unusual delivery for trainee obstetrician and gynaecologist

Dr Aamna Ali, a trainee obstetrician and gynaecologist, had an unusual day at work a few months ago.

AHP physio

Pilot project launched for return to practice for AHPs

Are you an allied health professional (AHP) looking to return to practice?

2018 entry requirements into UK medical schools

Applying to medical school can be a daunting process. The Medical Schools Council have published a booklet that describes the different entry requirements for medical schools.

Infant Mental Health Week 6-10 June 2016

Parent Infant Partnership UK (PIP UK) has launched Infant Mental Health Awareness Week to raise greater awareness of the importance of social and emotional wellbeing for babies.

Nurses' desk on ward

Green light for new nursing associate role

A new role - called nursing associate - is to be developed to sit alongside existing nursing care support workers and fully-qualified registered nurses in both health and social care.

Student paramedics inspire BME communities

Student paramedics from Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Northampton are fronting a project that aims to attract more people from a black or minority ethnic (BME) background into the profession. 


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