Working as a healthcare professional can be rewarding, but what if you fancy taking your career in another direction? One route to consider is that of a Personal Independent Payment (PIP) assessor.
Want to know what life is like for an agency nurse during a global pandemic? Read about a month in the life of Sam, a Medacs Healthcare agency nurse, as she handles COVID-19 cases on the NHS front-line.
With life for everyone feeling a little crazy at the moment, maintaining your mental health and wellbeing is more important than ever. Luckily, NHS research suggests that there are steps we can all take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. With reflections from our very own mental health nurse and resident mental health blogger, Christopher Bye, here are five simple steps healthcare professionals can take to help make the most out of life at this challenging time...
Did you know working as a prison nurse is an ideal way to progress your nursing career? Learn more about how prison nursing can help if you are a nurse eagerly seeking career progression.
Interested in working on a cruise ship in the Caribbean? Discover what you can expect as a doctor, nurse or paramedic, including the best places to visit while off duty in the Caribbean.
Interested in working on a cruise ship? Discover what you can expect when you work on an Australia and New Zealand cruise, including the best places to visit in Australia and New Zealand.
Interested in working on a cruise ship? Discover what you can expect when you work on a Mediterranean cruise, including the best places to visit in the region.
Have you ever considered working on a cruise ship as a doctor, nurse or paramedic? Discover more about what life working aboard a cruise ship is really like and discover what makes life at sea so unique.
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