Category: Allied Health

Skills testing – What is it and why do I need it?

By Amy Williamson on 19/06/19
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These tests are an opportunity to see if you do have the skills and abilities you would need if you get the job. If you fail, you can move on to your next job application. That’s far better than being given a role you are unsuited to and wasting time in a job you dislike.

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Getting to know: Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

By Amy Williamson on 10/12/18
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Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is the largest non-teaching hospital trust in England. With strong local ties and serving around 675,000 residents in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire, the Portsmouth team pride themselves on providing comprehensive acute and specialist services.

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Why Be An AHP? Interview With A Pharmacist

By Amy Williamson on 20/11/18
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Allied Health Professionals, also known as AHP’s, are the third largest workforce in the NHS. The majority are degree level professions and the sector includes a number of different roles such as Dietitians, Occupational therapists, Osteopaths, Paramedics, Physiotherapists, and Radiographers. Almost all the roles are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), apart from Osteopaths who are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOC).

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Welcome to Bank Partners first Healthcare Heroes Awards

By Amy Williamson on 03/07/18

Welcome to Bank Partners first Healthcare Heroes Awards! These awards have been launched to mark the 70th birthday of the National Health Service by celebrating the extraordinary people (heroes!) who work tireless to save and improve lives every day.

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Bank Partners named Recruitment Services Provider of the Year

By Elizabeth Major on 15/03/18

We’re very proud to announce that we have been awarded Recruitment Services Provider at the inaugural HSJ Partnership Awards for our work with Barts Health NHS Trust to reduce agency spend at the Royal London Hospital.

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