• Are foreign doctors suffering from bias within the UK medical system?
    A study of NHS records suggests that foreign doctors may be facing an inherent racial predisposition within the health system, calling for a more globalised testing arrangement to overcome such bias.
  • The understated role of speech and language pathologists
    Communication is an essential component in everyday life that enables individuals express information, thoughts and emotions, but individuals who face difficulties or suffer from speech and language disorders may become limited in their ability to interact and can become closed off from the world in many ways.
  • Essential career tips for nursing graduates
    Choosing the right job as a nursing graduate can be tough due to the lack of working experience. Additionally, nurses may require some career guidance to advance in their profession.
  • The challenges of medical volunteering abroad
    Medical volunteering in foreign countries allows one to hone their medical skills and gain exposure. However, there are several issues surrounding it, which may even cause more harm than good.
  • How healthcare providers can balance medical work and parenting
    In a field of work that requires unwavering devotion, healthcare professionals often have to make sacrifices with other commitments. However, this can prove to be difficult, especially for those who have young children under their care.
  • 5 books for aspiring paramedics
    Paramedics have one of the most action-packed careers, easily building a collection of interesting and exciting stories. Here are five books aspiring paramedics might want to add to their bookshelf.
  • Nurses, here’s how you can be more assertive at work
    The lack of confidence among nurses in expressing their own views within a multidisciplinary team is one of the biggest issues in care settings.
  • Are bedside handovers still necessary for nurses?
    Handovers are a common nursing task used to transfer accountability and responsibility to incoming nurses on the next shift, and is still prevalent in clinical settings. But is it becoming outdated in today’s modern healthcare system?
  • Disease prestige: A case of hierarchy in medical conditions and specialities
    Studies have shown influence of individual perception built on various criteria when physicians rank diseases and specialities in hierarchy.
  • How doctors can better manage their online reputation
    Having an online presence and maintaining a good reputation online has become increasingly important for doctors. Here we look at the ways in which doctors can manage their online reputation.