If you’ve ever considered the idea of living and working in Australia or New Zealand, the response from anyone who has already made the move is likely to be ‘well, what are you waiting for?’. Beautiful scenery, amazing weather, great employment opportunities, relaxed way of life. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Surely these countries tick all the boxes?!...
To dispel the uncertainty regarding the application process and to provide some guidance on what to expect, we interviewed Thulani Mahlangu, a registered mental health nurse specialising in Forensics, who has recently completed his revalidation.
For those of you who are due to revalidate but haven’t gone through the confirmation process as yet, we interviewed our Head of Clinical Services, Anne Anderson who answered some key questions following her first meeting as a confirmer.
Even if you’re not due to revalidate until 2019, now is a good time to start thinking about what you can be collecting on a daily basis to count towards your revalidation requirements. Find out more about the resources available to you.
We received overwhelming support to our new unsung heroes campaign. So many people shared incredible stories about the nursing staff who have made a difference in their lives. This is Ann’s story about how the Medacs Healthcare community nurses have been supporting her.
We received overwhelming support to our new unsung heroes campaign. So many people shared incredible stories about the nursing staff who have made a difference in their lives. One of the two winning dedications was from Libbi Meade. This is her story.
Mental health – what is it? How common is it? What can be classed as a mental health disorder? What symptoms can cause mental health issues? How does it affect health care providers?
Medacs Healthcare Awarded Place on NHS England International GP Recruitment Framework
Medacs Healthcare Releases Second Series of Free CPD Training for Locum Doctors in Collaboration with the GMC
A day in the life of a care worker – Francesca Papantoniou
Sarah Palmer: I received care at home and wanted to give something back