If you are a permanent GP then there will be times in your career when you move to new practices, or if you undertake locum GP work then you will need to be able to adapt to not only new environments but also different types of patients.
Psychiatry is quite unique as a profession as it requires a complex mix of skills, from clinical abilities to being able to assess and diagnose conditions, as well as clear research capabilities. There are many different types of psychiatry jobs and the practice has changed dramatically over the past 20 years.
Providing healthcare within prisons can be very different from working in more traditional settings such as hospitals or care homes, but roles do come with excellent opportunities for career progression; particularly in specialist areas...
With reports of a bitterly cold winter on the way and rumours of an early onset of snow, the seasonal increase in patients is looking to be even more demanding on nursing staff. Cold weather can trigger a wave of health problems, with the most vulnerable members of society at increased risk...
Australia is an exciting prospect for anyone looking to work abroad, and if you are a healthcare professional there are a wealth of opportunities awaiting you.
Whether you are searching for locum or permanent work, there is a huge demand for doctor, nursing and allied health professionals 'Down Under', provided you have the appropriate level of training and experience.
Nursing is a profession which recruits many people from overseas in a wide range of positions and can provide a steady career for healthcare professionals who possess the correct qualifications and experience. Daniel Soto, a 33-year-old nurse who originally comes from Spain, has been working in the UK since April and explained how he has found the transition.
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