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  • Applying For A Mental Health Job Following A Dismissal Or Sanction

    • 28 Apr 2022

    Finding work after being investigated, dismissed or with any kind of fitness to practice sanction is difficult but not impossible.

  • Applying For Mental Health Jobs When You Are Neurodivergent

    • 28 Apr 2022

    There are many neurodivergent people working in the health sector. In the mental health field, their experiences often make them far more empathetic and understanding with patients which can, in turn, help improve services.

  • Why are assessment centres used for NHS recruitment?

    • 2 Mar 2022

    Assessment centres are increasingly common in the NHS particularly when recruiting nurses. They are also used in cases when there are a large number of applicants – such as for graduate roles, overseas recruitment drives or where there has been a specific recruitment campaign for a type of role. It means employers can make multiple job offers on the same day.

  • The Complete Guide to Becoming a Psychiatrist

    • 10 Feb 2022

    A psychiatrists job is to diagnose and treat mental health conditions in persons of all ages. Psychiatry is a branch of medicine that comprises six specialties – child and adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, general adult psychiatry, medical psychotherapy, old age psychiatry and psychiatry of learning disability. Psychiatry is the fifth largest medical specialty in the UK