212017Jun

The NHS must act to tackle its looming workforce crisis

The workforce crisis enveloping the NHS could soon eclipse funding as the most serious problem. There are tens of thousands of vacancies, far too few new staff are coming through; the pressure on those in post is relentless and morale is dangerously low. The number of clinicians in the NHS has risen by 26,000 since…

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242017Feb

Are CV’s overrated?

Within a world of technological advances, it seems slightly old fashioned that within Recruitment CV’s still play such a big part in someone securing a role. But what really is a CV? An overview of someone’s career, a background on what they’ve done, a tick list of their qualification and skills? But does it really…

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32017Feb

Nurse Interviews vs First Dates – it’s a two-way thing…..

two-way adjective (RELATIONSHIP) ​ A two-way situation involves two people or two groups of peopleworking together to achieve a shared aim: Negotiations are a two-way thing – both sides have to come to a compromise. Remember, relationships are a two-way street (= both people have to make an effort). With a high demand for good nurses, and plenty of job opportunities for them to choose from, it has never been more important for organisations and services to realise the interview process…

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12017Feb

You love your job and wouldn’t change it for the world, but do your friends and colleagues feel the same?

Share the love by recommending our services to your friends or colleagues who are seeking their next move within Healthcare. We recruit across all Clinical and non-clinical areas and welcome the opportunity to assist candidates with securing career opportunities that they find rewarding. Healthier Recruitment therefore rewards people throughout the UK for recommending their friends…

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172016Aug

Healthier Recruitment awarded a place on NHS National Clinical Staffing Framework

Healthier Recruitment successfully underwent an independent audit of our services and met the criteria for providing qualified clinical staff who can give high quality patient care at rates within the pay caps set by the government. These pay caps have been introduced to help the NHS control spiraling agency staffing costs. Margo Leftly, Managing Director…

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152016Apr

Gastroenterology News – Urgent improvements required in the quality of endoscopy

Every year, tens of millions of individuals across Europe undergo endoscopic procedures to assist with the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal diseases. However, significant variation in current endoscopy provision across Europe has been reported¹, with back-to-back colonoscopy studies demonstrating that a concerning 22% of all adenomas are missed and that a three-to-six fold variation in…

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152016Apr

Dermatology News – Patient safety

Healthcare profession takes strides in protecting non-surgical cosmetic intervention patients Five prominent healthcare groups have come together to improve safety for patients undergoing non-surgical cosmetic interventions. The groups have joined forces to form the Clinical Standards Authority for Non-Surgical Cosmetic Interventions (CSA) and the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) with support from the Department…

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232016Feb

Leadership Opportunity in PICU Ward

Are you a qualified Mental Health Nurse who would like the opportunity to become a ward manager in a psychiatric intensive care unit? As a ward manager you will be placed in the heart of the senior management team, where you will have the opportunity to implement change and champion consistent care delivery within a…

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222016Feb

Are you a qualified nurse who would like the opportunity to become a leader within Community services in Surrey?

Urinary incontinence can restrict employment, educational and leisure opportunities, and lead to social embarrassment and isolation, affecting both physical and mental health. It is vital that people who are incontinent are given every opportunity to regain their continence. High quality comprehensive continence services are an essential part of health care. An exciting opportunity has arisen…

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172016Feb

Are you a GP looking for a new challenge?

Are you a GP who is seeking a new challenge or to develop your career without the stress and insecurity of locum work? We are looking to speak to GP’s seeking a new challenge with development opportunities – salaried and secure fixed term positions nationwide………. Please see the below profiles of some of the fantastic…

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