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Doctor Burnout at Critical Level

Doctor burnout at critical level

According to a joint study by Birkbeck, University of London and University College London (UCL), 55% of 417 UK doctors surveyed met the criteria for burnout and emotional exhaustion. The…
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Is reality TV bad for our health

Is reality TV bad for our health?

Reality TV programmes often get a bad rap when it comes to setting an example for young people. While shows like Love Island and Geordie Shore are sometimes accused of…
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Pensions fiasco pushes NHS to breaking point

Pensions fiasco pushes NHS to breaking point

The impact of rule changes in 2016 means that many NHS doctors and nurses have been hit with large unexpected tax bills. As many quit working the extra hours that…
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Paralysis patients gain independence from radical new nerve wiring procedure

Paralysis patients gain independence from radical new nerve wiring procedure

Pioneering new surgery has allowed paralysed people's bodies to be "rewired", restoring movement to their arms and hands. Australian surgeons who carried out the first of these operations says that…
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Is health tech on your radar? RoQ Recruitment

Is health-tech on your radar?

There’s been a lot of talk about AI, Big data and the Internet of things – and how all this ‘techy’ stuff is transforming the way we live, from everyday…
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Compliance Officer

We’re Hiring! Compliance Officer: London

Job Title: Compliance Officer Location: Liverpool Street, London Salary: £23,000 - £25,000 per annum Hours: 08:30 to 18:00 Start date: ASAP   Operating across the UK, we are a specialist…
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All work and no play

All Work and No Play

When it comes to company culture, the phrase “work hard, play hard” has enjoyed a lot of mileage in the past. “Playing hard” usually refers to the staff socialising that’s…
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Contractors pay the heavy price of tax avoidance

Contractors pay the heavy price for tax avoidance

Last year saw the introduction of IR35 reforms to the public sector as the government declared zero tolerance on tax evasion. With the tightened rules scheduled for roll out to…
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Government plans to head off NHS staff crisis with new incentives

A report by three leading think tanks says that without radical action, the NHS has no chance of training enough GPs and nurses to solve the current shortage. In the…
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Brexit red herring for jobs market?

After months of endless Brexit uncertainty, the UK seems no closer to reaching a deal as March 29th fast approaches. As each new statistic is scrutinised for clues to what…
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