A recent King's Fund report has suggested the NHS could benefit from allowing more organisations to become mutuals, helping frontline staff to become more engaged and play a greater role in decision-making.
Recent research has acted as a reminder that medical staff can help improve the efficiency and sustainability of NHS services by paying more attention to purchasing and procurement issues.
The publication of new NICE guidance on improving mental health care for new mothers has once again underlined the pressing need for more specialist mental health midwives to be hired within the NHS.
A growing number of UK GPs are seeking positions abroad after qualifying, according to a number of recent studies.
A greater use of medical trainees could help ease current pressures on acute care providers, according to a new industry report.
Growing calls are emerging for safe staffing laws to be extended to the physiotherapy sector, with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy leading the movement.
Optometrists who are seeking work in Australia could be better placed than ever to secure their dream jobs following a recent change to registration standards.
A recent review into the impact of the European Working Time Directive on NHS professionals could lead to changes in the way doctors and nurses manage their time, particularly when it comes to training.
The process of securing NHS jobs for overseas nurses has undergone a significant change, with the launch of a revamped registration process by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
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