How to compose a doctors CV

  • June 15th, 2017
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When writing a CV the aim should be to present your history of education, job qualifications and emphasise the skills you have, which are specific to the job role. Your CV should be clear, concise and only contain relevant information. Length – Keep it brief with good quality information, and try to avoid long sentences. […]

Childline counselling rises and SATs students are left demoralised

  • May 17th, 2017
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    As mental health awareness week draws to a close, Childline have highlighted the rise in stress related calls from students sitting their exams. May sees the start of SATs, GCSE and A level exams across the country. Pressures of targets, expectations, workload and the natural act of comparing themselves to their peers have […]

Nurses guide: surviving the night shift

  • May 11th, 2016
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Working as a nurse involves a variety of shift patterns, which can often include working nights. We’ve put together a list of top tips to help you prepare for working through the night. Preparation Changing your sleeping pattern at first could prove difficult, especially trying to sleep before the first night shift. Doing some physical […]