People respond differently to the thought of having an interview for a new job. Whatever your situation, it’s good practice to prepare for an interview to give yourself the best chance at being selected for the role. We've interviewed Debbie Smith, Recruiter for the Leicester office to ask her recommendations.
Prison nursing is a line of work that finds itself lumbering under the weight of negative stereotypes - but can all the myths about this challenging career really be true?
Michelle Smith started her homecare journey in 2015 as a care worker in Manchester. This is Michelle's journey from primary carer to senior care worker.
When entering the medical profession, it's fair to say that not many people consider a career in prison nurse - but this challenging yet essential role is one of the most unique options available.
With an estimated 1.3 million people over 65 suffering from malnutrition1, undernourishment is a widespread problem in the UK and one that costs the health and social care system over £19.6 billion each year2. This article helps people to identify malnutrition and highlights ways to prevent it.
With the world facing a mental health crisis, could you commit to a career as a registered mental health nurse? Find out more about the various routes into a career that is both challenging and rewarding.
As we grow older we often think to take more care of our physical health rather than both our physical and mental health. Retirement, staying healthy and active, finances, mobility and independence can all effect our mental well-being. There may also be the worry of our loved ones’ health, being widowed or divorced, gaining a physical disability, illness or fear of loneliness and isolation when living on your own. This article explores some of the mental health challenges in later life and offers advice for keeping a healthy mind.
Experienced Mental Health Nurse Natalie tells us about her role and why she loves her job.
A recent BBC investigation has released a shocking statistic that fraudsters scammed nearly 49,000 older people (aged 60 and over) across the UK in the past year, the equivalent to almost six reports every hour. Perhaps most pertinent, is the fact that 1,140 of those victims were aged over 90 and 13 were over 100. This article provides guidance for homecare workers on spotting potential fraudulent activity within a service user's home.
Here at Medacs Healthcare, we like to take the time to understand our care workers - what motivates them, their challenges and their reasons for getting in to care. In this article we interview Karline Jones, a care worker in South East London, to find out why she loves providing care.
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