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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
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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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Five Halloween costume ideas for teachers

By Lauren Butcher on 27/10/17
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31st October causes a great deal of excitement across the world, with children dressing up to go trick-or-treating, and the day traditionally full of all things spooky. But how can you bring this into the classroom?

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Nursing in the Middle East – Your next adventure

By Lauren Butcher on 17/10/17

What exactly do we mean by ‘Middle East’ and why are there so many job opportunities there? The region’s health care workforce consists mainly of expatriates. In fact, in some states up to 70% of healthcare workers come from overseas.

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World Mental Health Day 2017

By Lauren Gage on 10/10/17
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Today is World Mental Health Day, an international day to raise awareness of mental health issues and promote the importance of good mental health. World Mental Health Day is recognised by The World Health Organisation.

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