Category: Doctors

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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2019 Client Survey Results: How Did We Measure Up?

By Elizabeth Major on 11/04/19
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At Bank Partners we are committed to ensuring we provide an excellent service and high-quality candidates. Part of this commitment means we understand the importance of gaining feedback. Without the feedback our clients and candidates provide, we wouldn’t be able to learn what is and isn’t working and ensure we are continually improving our service.

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Mind of a Medic – What does it take?

By Amy Williamson on 24/01/19
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Having spent several weeks thinking about how I should start this blog, I have opted to kick it off by introducing what this series is all about. I was invited to start Mind of a Medic by the team at Bank Partners who asked if I would like to anonymously share my experiences of what it’s really like training to become a doctor and treating patients. As this is my first blog, I thought I would answer some of the most common questions that I get asked. Here it goes...

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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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Left-Handed Awareness Day – The Truth About “Southpaw” Surgeons

By Amy Williamson on 10/08/18
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Today is Left-Handed Awareness Day. A day where left-handed people around the world reflect on the struggles they face dealing with a world designed for right handed people. Sometimes referred to by the slang name “southpaws”, left-handed people make up 10% of the world’s populations and are much more likely to be men than women.

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