Tag: healthcare recruitment

Predicting survival rates of brain cancer patients using AI

AI can now predict the survival rate of people with brain cancer.   The technology can successfully tell us if, after receiving radiotherapy, patients will survive for more than eight months.    Utilising AI for accurate prognosis prediction could help clinicians with treatment choices and early intervention, ultimately helping patients live longer.    It is …

Unlocking the power of LinkedIn

With over 800 million members, LinkedIn offers abundant networking opportunities for healthcare professionals. Building your network is essential for several reasons. Firstly, a larger network increases your visibility to potential employers and peers within the industry. Secondly, connecting with leaders in the field ensures you stay informed about the latest medical advancements and industry news. …

Rejection or redirection? What to do when your job search is unsuccessful

Whether familial, social, romantic or professional – rejection is always painful and can knock our self-esteem for six. Receiving multiple rejections during the job search can feel particularly brutal, especially when you’ve spent hours pouring passion onto the pages of a job application, met in return with a cold automated email.    Or worse, you …

Maximise your job search with these 3 tips

In the market for a new role? Here’s some tips to help you navigate the ever-evolving healthcare market; whether you’re fresh from university or a seasoned professional, we’ve got your back…    1.Polish your CV   Your CV is your ticket to a world of opportunities…if you get it right that is. A well-crafted CV …

UK workers increasingly absent from work due to burn-out says Mental Health UK

Mental Health UK has noted a ‘worrying’ trend in people calling in sick to work due to burn-out.    The charity has labelled the UK the ‘burn-out nation’ suggesting that global issues such as financial uncertainty and climate change have resulted in shared ‘feelings of hopelessness’.    A recent YouGov poll revealed that more than …

Becoming an occupational therapist

Ever considered a career in occupational therapy? In this blog, we share insight into everything you need to know, including educational requirements, routes to entry and registration protocols.   1. Educational requirements   Typically, you need a degree in occupational therapy approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). This is usually a three …

It’s Cervical Cancer Prevention week: here’s how you can get involved

This week marks Cervical Prevention week, a cancer which impacts 2,700 women in England each year. Let’s help raise awareness for cervical cancer to help keep ourselves and others safe.   Know the symptoms:   Vaginal bleeding between periods (that is not usual for you)  Changes in vaginal discharge  Periods that are heavier than normal  …

Essential tips for aspiring physiotherapists

Embarking on a career in physiotherapy is both rewarding and challenging. As a physiotherapist, you have the power to make a significant impact on the lives of your patients, helping them regain strength, mobility, and independence. To ensure a successful and fulfilling career, here are some essential tips for aspiring physiotherapists…   Continuous learning and …

5 January reminders for the year ahead

January marks the beginning of a fresh chapter, and what better way to kickstart the year than by setting positive intentions? Here are five gentle reminders to guide you through the upcoming months, ensuring a year filled with growth, self-care, and enriching experiences. 1. Surround yourself with positive people One of the keys to a …

New year, new career?

Out with the old, in with the new! The start of a new year is always a great time to set goals and start thinking about the next steps in your career. In this blog, we remind you what we have to offer, including how we can help you out when it comes to reaching …

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