Custody careers: how forensic healthcare is unlocking opportunities for medical professionals

Custody careers: how forensic healthcare is unlocking opportunities for medical professionals

Treatment in custody is now mainly led by nurses and paramedics, instead of doctors. Photograph … to take on skills and responsibilities not available to her in previous jobs. “The wealth of trainin…
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NHS staff shortages could more than triple by 2030 — leaving one in four jobs unfilled, damning report reveals

The health service currently has around 100,000 jobs vacant, around one in twelve … the Health Foundation and the Nuffield Trust warn shortages of doctors and nurses could leave the NHS’ long term p…
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Shortage of staff now greater threat to NHS than funding, experts warn

They said the problem is exacerbated by “worryingly high numbers” of doctors and nurses leaving their jobs before retirement. Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth (Stefan Rousseau/PA Images) The …
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NHS recruiting in Australia to solve Plymouth GP crisis

NHS bosses are targeting GPs on the other side of the world to fill jobs in Plymouth. The shortage of doctors in the city has led to pressure on health services with 23 current vacancies in practices …
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Seed Cycling: The Trendiest (And Weirdest) Tool For Better Hormone Balance

I’ve seen women struggling with symptoms of PMS, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), post-birth control syndrome (PBCS), irregular periods, acne, and breast tenderness benefit from adding seed cycling t…
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World Diabetes Day: Increasing cases among people in 20s worry doctors

Desk jobs, lack of exercise, sedentary lifestyles and stress — these are the most common reasons for the increasing trend of twenty-somethings developing Type 2 diabetes, city doctors say.
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