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Choosing the right role

By Declan Campbell on 17/01/18

As we welcome in another year, many see the New Year as a good time for a fresh start. This often includes considering the decision to leave their current role and finding a new, exciting opportunity. But, how do you make sure that your next job is the right move for both your career, and your personal life?

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Top 5 tips to beat Blue Monday

By Declan Campbell on 10/01/18

Today marks what has been coined ‘Blue Monday’, which is supposedly the most depressing day of the year. Why? Dr Cliff Arnall first proposed this idea in 2005 on the basis that the third Monday of January has a combination of the worst weather, debt, time since Christmas and falling behind in New Year’s resolutions.

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10 top tips for writing your CV

By Lauren Gage on 02/01/18

If you’re looking for a job, it’s important that you have a professional CV to showcase your skills, your experience and to make you stand out from the many applicants. Ensure you create a flawless CV by following our top ten top tips.

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Six warning signs for bullying

By Declan Campbell on 13/11/17

Bullying can have a harrowing impact on someone’s mental health. With statistics showing there were over 24,000 Childline counselling sessions for children being bullied in 2016/17, it has never been more important to spot the signs early.

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OT Week 2017

By Lauren Gage on 03/11/17
Tagged in allied heath, ot week

OT Week is back, and this week it runs between 6 – 12 November. Each year the RCOT calls on occupational therapists (OTs) to promote the contribution they make to improving the lives of patients and how this good work makes the health and care system more efficient.

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