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NHS England will launch a new national NHS recruitment campaign later this week, aimed at recruiting more nurses into the NHS, encouraging nurses that have left the profession to return and improving the retention of existing staff.

Although initially focusing on nursing roles, the campaign will highlight other roles in the future, particularly those with the largest shortages, such as mental health, learning disability and podiatry.

The campaign - We are the NHS - will run across TV, radio, posters, digital and social media. Potential recruits will be directed to the Health Careers website that provides information on the different roles within the NHS and how to access them, including training requirements and funding.

NHS England is due to officially launch the campaign on 3 July, with the first TV advert being broadcast on 5 July to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the NHS.

Further details will be available from the NHS England website following the launch.

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