Trained staff applying for NHS jobs are likely to be seeing no end of competition for their expertise at the moment, as demand for skilled medical professionals across the country continues to increase.
At present, the NHS is undergoing a number of wide-reaching reforms that - combined with a growing need for maximum efficiency and better use of resources across the public sector - is making it more essential than ever that employers have access to the personnel necessary to provide the highest possible standard of service.
Nurses are being encouraged by the Royal College of Nursing to take a proactive approach to tackling workplace discrimination.
The government is introducing new checks to test the English language aptitude of foreign doctors - a fact that overseas professionals seeking NHS jobs need to be aware of.
Efforts to improve care for patients with long-term conditions could be aided by handing a greater role to physiotherapists.
Eating disorders and obesity are causing an increased burden on the NHS, making it more important than ever that appropriate measures are taken to tackle the problem.
The recent launch of the Silver Line telephone service for vulnerable older people has been hailed as a positive step forward for those receiving home care.
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