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Four ways to manage your class with positivity

By Peggy McGregor on 20/03/17
Tagged in education

All too often, classroom management is a negative experience for both teacher and students. If 80% of what you say is highlighting things that are wrong, it can create a depressing atmosphere. Yet classroom management doesn’t have to focus on reigning in or punishing students – there are some very effective techniques that use positive messages to discourage disruptive behaviour.

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A day in the life of a anatomical pathology technologist

By Lauren Gage on 16/03/17
Tagged in allied heath

Mike Elton (FAAPT) is an anatomical pathology technician, in this piece he walks us through how he started out as a pathologist, the Association of Anatomical Pathology Technologists and walks us through a typical day.

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Supporting Nutrition & Hydration Week 2017

By Lauren Whiston on 15/03/17
Tagged in nursing

Nutrition & Hydration Week aims to create a global movement in reinforcing energy, activity and engagement. Throughout the week, improvements to provisions will be promoted on a local, national and global scale.

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A day in the life of a cardiac physiologist

By Lauren Gage on 09/03/17

A Pulse cardiac physiologist reflects on her role as a cardiac physiologist, the rewards it brings and how her life has benefited from becoming a locum.

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Fancy a change of scene? Private sector nursing may be what you’re looking for

By Jacey Roberts on 14/02/17
Tagged in nursing

Here at Pulse we’re seeing an increase in nurses turning to the private sector for work. And for good reason. With hundreds of private health providers across the UK, including hospitals, clinics and surgeries, opportunities within the private healthcare sector are diverse and plentiful.

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