5 Aug 2020

SAFER - The Research Project that Looks at the Risk of Covid-19 in Hospital Healthcare Workers

Healthcare workers are at risk of both contracting and transmission of COVID-19 according to a new study carried out in London. Read on for more.

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4 Aug 2020

Don’t allow COVID-19 to take the ‘personal touch’ out of care

When ‘in-person’ conversations are not an option, how can you still interact in an effective and caring way with your patients? Read on for more information.

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29 Jul 2020

Theatre Tunes – Music in surgery can have many benefits!

Do you sing while you stitch? Is music a melody in your theatre or do you advocate a silent atmosphere instead? Whatever your preference, music has been interlinked with healing for centuries. Read on to find out more.

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26 Jul 2020

Tips and Advice: The Locum Life

What do you need to know, how can you be prepared, and what advice will help you as a new locum in the UK? Read on here.

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23 Jul 2020

Things I wish I knew then

If you are an experienced Consultant, there are probably many things you wish you knew starting out, right? Read on to discover what tips some of our well -seasoned surgeons have to share.

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21 Jul 2020

In demand locum specialities in surgery

Working as a locum in the UK has many advantages including a better work-life balance. Click here for a vast array of opportunities.

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20 Jul 2020

What to look for in a Consultant Post

You have completed the clinical training and your about to transition from SpR to the exciting yet daunting role of a consultant in your chosen specialty. Read on for more information that can help you with your first Consultant role.

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11 Jul 2020

Focus on Respiratory

With pollen season in full swing and the Covid-19 pandemic among us, it seems fitting to focus our attention on the all-important work of the Respiratory Consultant. Read on for more information on the speciality of respiratory medicine.

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9 Jul 2020

Focus on specialties- What does the future look like?

With many pathways available for doctors after qualification, many choose to specialise in a specific area. Let’s take a peek into the future of some of the more common travelled career paths for doctors in the UK. For more click here.

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9 Jul 2020

What can make a difference to the mental health of UK doctors? Reviewing the research.

Our doctor's wellbeing is at the core of what we do as a healthcare recruitment agency, and so we are always mindful of empirical studies that can help us support our doctors. Read on for more.

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30 Jun 2020

Surgeons need to take care of themselves as well as their patients

At ProMedical, your mental health matters to us. As surgeons, you hold an ever-increasing busy and responsible position, particularly during the Covid-19 surge you may have had to leave your familiar comfort zone to run to the frontline at short notice.

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30 Jun 2020

Getting back to Theatre in Covid-19 Times

Covid-19 changed everything; we went from routine to chaos overnight. Hospitals and clinics in the UK were grossly affected, and our theatres were eerily quiet.

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29 May 2020

An Interview with Doctor Jacyntha Khera

Continuing our series of interviews with the healthcare professionals mentioned in our Top Ten UK Medical Influencers list, today’s profile is Dr Jacyntha Khera.

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22 May 2020

An Interview with Dr Ndikum

We talked to one of ProMedical's locum doctors, John Ndikum, about a typical day in his life.

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17 Oct 2017

Senior Doctor Highlights Low Morale and High Stress in the NHS

A senior doctor has written a piece for The Independent in which she questions how long the NHS can continue.

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23 Sep 2017

“Hard to be an orthopaedic surgeon and a woman?”

Elizabeth Moulder writes candidly about how being a woman impacts her work as an orthopaedic surgeon.

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12 Sep 2017

An Unusual Way To Become a Better Doctor

Lucy Gossard was an NHS oncologist when she decided to take a little time off.

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