Your Nursing Career
Looking for a new career? Nursing Times Recruitment Special is packed full of hints and tips to help you bag your dream job. Remember to print it for future reference.
Job adverts can sometimes seem like they’re written in a different language, so let us help you tell what’s what …
Some nursing jobs may require you to write a personal statement. Here’s how to show how well you can nurse in a few hundred words …
You may work with your hands, but to nab that job, you’ll have to impress on paper first. Jenni Middleton talks to the experts to find out how a strong CV can snatch you that crucial interview
Regardless of your nursing ability and potential, if you cannot perform well during a job interview it can be difficult to land your first nursing job after qualification
You’re through to the second round and you have the opportunity to wow your potential employers. But how can you ensure you get it right in your mental health interview?
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Working as a traveling nurse can sound pretty glamorous. You get to travel to different cities and see the country, all while doing a job that truly helps people.
Building your portfolio
Mentors can use a portfolio of evidence to show continuing professional development
Value-based recruitment is a challenge in healthcare, but multiple mini-interviews, which use a series of clinical scenarios, may offer a solution
More must be done to encourage young men to consider a career in the care sector, a report has said.
Staff working in care homes should wear a uniform, according to half of those questioned in a new poll.
Research into nursing careers
The importance of the “little” things in nursing, such as kindness and compassion, are often talked about but without the recognition that these are far from “little” things.
The mentoring of students must be a higher priority for those seeking to improve nurse education and the overall quality of care, according to a leading academic.
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Return to practice
A six-month return to practice programme is starting this summer at the University of York to encourage former nurses in North Yorkshire to return to the profession.
Cut costs, improve efficiency and experience, and meet targets with the help of real-time feedback