Public Health England and the Centre for Workforce Intelligence are reviewing what's needed from the public health workforce to ensure it's fit for the future.
Health Education England has updated its work experience guide for employers to include information on health ambassadors.
Medical trainees at ST1 (specialty training) and CT1 (core training) and above whose circumstances have changed can apply for a transfer to another area of the UK.
A social media campaign starting on 18 January aims to get health staff talking about their careers and encourage the employment of more young people.
Applications for the popular NHS Scientist Training programme opened on 14 January. Graduates and final year undergraduates in science and engineering degrees can apply and take their first step to a career in healthcare science.
Over the coming months, various health roles will be ‘taking over’ the Health Careers website and social media accounts to help us explain what’s involved in specific roles.
Have your say on proposals for revising the Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework.
Been out of general practice for over two years or qualified overseas and would like experience of working in England?
Two new publications demonstrate the contribution that allied health professionals (AHPs) make to the health of the nation.
In his autumn statement to Parliament on 25 November 2015, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced proposals to change future NHS funding.