Gaining healthcare and nursing competencies
As healthcare professionals, it’s essential to continuously improve our skills and knowledge to provide the best possible care to our patients.
Thinking of a career in elderly care? Here’s what you should know
There’s no doubt about it, the UK has an ageing population. In Britain, there are more than 15m individuals over the age of 60. Therefore, it’s no surprise there’s an ever-growing demand for quality elderly care. If you’re interested in providing care for the elderly, the good news is that you’ll rarely struggle to find
When should care staff refresh their training?
Ensuring that your care staff members are fully trained is an essential part of any caregiving service. While this should include any new starts within your organisation, it is vitally important to know when to conduct refresher training for long-serving care employees or seek it out yourself. So, here are some tips to help you
Healthcare retention and recruitment: challenges and tips
Recruitment is a key concern for the NHS and private practices today. This is because our aging population is putting added pressure on the industry, as there are more people to look after for longer periods of time. As such, it’s important for NHS organizations as well as private establishments to have the right recruitment
Importance of e-learning in developing careers in Health and social care
E-Learning is the process of delivering courses and training online, using the Internet and other resources. Over the past few years, many people in health and social care have taken courses to aid their professional development. These courses have helped them enhance their careers. Many workplaces, industries, and sectors have made online training commonplace. The