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?!...
We caught up with Recruitment Consultant Josh Wood to find out how an allied healthcare professional with no previous experience of working in an NHS hospital can secure a job in the NHS.
When was the last time you updated your CV? We caught up with Recruitment Consultant Josh Wood to get his top tips on what makes a great CV for locum work to help you get the most out of your career.
Share your #HealthcareHeroes stories to recognise your family member, friend or colleague and win a spa day for two.
With geographic boundaries becoming less of a barrier to employment than ever, many medical professionals are starting to look abroad for work opportunities and the Middle East is an increasingly popular destination. While previously this may have been considered an unconventional choice, it is now an extremely viable and attractive option with medical staff flocking to the region. The United Arab Emirates is generally the most popular location, as in cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi, expats are able to enjoy a more liberal lifestyle compared to other Middle Eastern areas.
With the recent announcement from the Department of Health (DoH) introducing a ban on NHS trusts using ‘non-framework’ agencies, our latest blog explains what frameworks are and why they are used.
Mass media is society's biggest source of information on mental health. We consider how mental illness is portrayed by the media.
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?
As a specialist healthcare staffing agency, we often get asked by our candidates, ‘what is CPD’ and ‘why is CPD important’. In the first of a series of blogs on CPD we look at the three main reasons temporary healthcare professionals should be putting CPD at the heart of their career.
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Medacs Healthcare Awarded Place on NHS England International GP Recruitment Framework
Taking care of your mental health in later life
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