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NHS Lothian (NHSL) developed a number of initiatives to support Transgender employees at work, including Top tips for employees and employers
In celebration of Black History Month Rachel shares some inspiring words of what she has learned and experienced as a black health and care professional in the UK.
We have improved the central role of the service user, including a focus on valid consent and effective communication. This is one theme within the key changes to the updated standards of proficiency for all professions.
The British Psychological Society's Dr Noreen Tehrani looks at the different types of supervision from an employer's perspective - including the different benefits that employers stand to gain and tips to ensure its success.
To mark South Asian Heritage Month 2023, Srikesavan Sabapathy shares his story of coming to the UK as an international registrant.
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