Recruitment Consultant Jodi Gipp organised a netball tournament in Cambridge in memory of a colleague. Find out more about the event which raised vital funds for Macmillan.
Nursing lecturer Cate O’Kane worked in New Zealand 13 years ago. Find out how that overseas nursing experience changed her life.
The IELTS speaking test is up to 15 minutes long and is divided into three sections. Read our tips and advice to get your speaking score to 7.0 or higher.
With a very high standard of living and rated as one of the leading cities in the world, read Asmaa’s story about working as a midwife in Dubai.
The IELTS reading test is one hour long and consists of three passages. Read our tips and advice to get your reading score to 7.0 or higher.
The listening component of the IELTS test is divided into four sections. Read our tips and advice to get your listening score to 7.0 or higher.
With the Eurospital, (European Hospital Workers), football tournament taking place next month, we catch up with team captain Dr Chris Bosshardt, who reveals his top tips and advice on preparing for the competition.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has recently announced that the IELTS rules for overseas nurses hoping to relocate to work in the UK are to be changed. Find out more about the changes and why they have been introduced.
Singapore is recognised as one of the world’s most advanced healthcare systems with cutting-edge technology and the latest evidence-based practices. Read our interview with Dr Lakmal who decided to move from Sri Lanka and work in Singapore.
Medacs Healthcare are once again delighted to sponsor the England team in the annual Eurospital (European Hospital Workers) football tournament. Taking place in Brussels, the players will embark on their bid for glory. Read on to meet the 2016 England team.
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