Blogs from experts on the latest workforce thinking.

Let's look outside of the NHS

12 / 9 / 2016 11am

In his second blog, Will Thorton, recruitment manager at York Teaching Hospitals, talks about how we can recruit talent from outside of the NHS.


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Finding your true north

08 / 9 / 2016 10.30am

In this new blog for the HSJ Women Leaders Network, psychotherapeutic coach Rebecca Howard provides top tips for women leaders to be authentic and resilient.

Author: Rebecca Howard

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Askari Serpent: Doctors in the desert

08 / 9 / 2016 9am

Army reservist and doctor Nabeela discusses her experience and challenges delivering healthcare outreach in rural Kenya.


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The future for staff networks

07 / 9 / 2016 2.30pm

The diversity and inclusion focus for September is staff networks, in this blog Richard McKenna the founder of Inclusive Employers talks about the future of staff networks.

Author: Richard McKenna

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An Atlantic mission: Training with the American Navy

07 / 9 / 2016 9am

Royal Naval reservist Anya discusses how her military deployments benefits her NHS and reservist careers.


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There's no age limit for apprentices

07 / 9 / 2016 Midnight

Alison Drage, head of integrated learning, outlines the importance of apprentices and how the role does not have an age limit.


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Acclimatising to deployed life: a reservists experience

06 / 9 / 2016 9am

Army reservist Matt discusses his deployment experiences and how they contributes to his NHS career as an A&E doctor.


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Changing cultures, one lift ride at a time!

30 / 8 / 2016 8.12am

Read our latest DoOD blog from David Shaked. In this blog, David shows how culture change can be a dynamic and instant process.

Author: David Shaked

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Bias in leadership: What's your story?

26 / 8 / 2016 2.30pm

Dan Robertson, one of the keynote speakers at the Diversity and Inclusion annual conference, talks about bias in leadership.

Author: Dan Robertson

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NHS Health Checks in the workplace

24 / 8 / 2016 9.12am

Staff sickness absence is financially damaging for NHS organisations, but is enough being done to keep staff well and at work? Kay Thomas, support manager for the NHS Health Check and blood pressure programmes, talks about how NHS Health Checks could help reduce staff sickness and therefore cut the costs relating to sickness absence.


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