COVID-19 has highlighted resilience of NHS Radiology, but also exposed fragility

According to RCR, the clinical radiology workforce shortfall will be 44% by 2025. Ian Legg, Radiology Recruitment Specialist at Remedium, explores the impact of this prediction and how we can tackle the problem.

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We’re proud of our international NHS clinical workforce

Dido Harding wants to end England’s reliance on foreign doctors but we believe our diverse international NHS workforce should be celebrated.

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Don’t use locum doctors for routine services

There will always be a need for locum doctors. However, many in the NHS are unnecessarily being used for routine services. This is costly and damaging to patient care.

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MPs warn of NHS staff burnout “emergency” which risks the future of the health service

This week, the Government released a highly critical report which said that healthcare staff were burnt out due to a shortage of staff. As the leading voice on the clinical workforce shortages facing our NHS, Remedium wholly support this report.

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Workforce planning is key to post-Covid NHS doctor retention

In April 2021 the BMA reported many doctors were considering leaving the NHS. For NHS Trusts, workforce planning is vital to prevent high doctor turnover post-pandemic.

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Using NHS Jobs with 3rd party staffing partners to streamline hiring costs and timescales

Is NHS Jobs the cheapest hiring solution for the NHS, or do permanent non-locum hires from 3rd party staffing partners reduce the cost of filling vacancies?

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The Re-Launch of Red Carpet by Remedium – An Interactive Digital Relocation Experience

Red Carpet by Remedium is a bespoke digital relocation platform, launched in 2013, which is tailored to the pain points experienced by both trusts and healthcare professionals.

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The Mental Health Crisis on the NHS Covid-19 frontline

NHS frontline staff face an unprecedented mental health crisis in the wake of Covid-19. Remedium look at the impact of this on our doctors and how we can help to Heal our Healers.

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The UK Healthcare System Opens its Doors to a New Pool of Candidates

The GMC’s decision to add both USMLE and MRCPI to the list of acceptable qualifications has widened the international market from where the NHS can recruit from.

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Our Commitment to Candidate Care

At Remedium, we take pride in our comprehensive candidate care offering. As a result, we are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the 2021 Recruiter Awards for Candidate Care.

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Recruiter Blog: MRCEM delays lead to Emergency Medicine staff shortages

MRCEM OSCE exams are on hold due to COVID-19. So, Remedium are looking at alternative routes to assist with A&E Middle Grade recruitment.

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Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Why insisting on UK experience exacerbates the workforce crisis

Our clients often ask for junior and middle-grade doctors with UK experience. Remedium CEO, David Green, explains why this compounds the healthcare staffing crisis.

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Fighting the Never-Ending Symptoms of the Healthcare Staffing Crisis

How can a directed approach be used to combat the emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion that frontline medical staff are suffering from? How can we revive a workforce of such high importance?

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The transformation from a Grade A to a Grade A* Candidate: How Trusts can nurture their international doctors before entry

Achieved through our pioneering digital CPD accredited course aimed at helping international ‘Grade A Candidates’ acclimatise to the NHS.

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Sourcing ‘Grade A Candidates’ – The Remedium Team have the Time, Scope and Expertise

Sourcing ‘Grade A Candidates’ ensures that Trusts benefit from the elimination of an overabundance of unsuitable candidate applications, a shortened time-to-hire period and a reduction in candidate drop-out rates once they have commenced their new job.

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Remedium welcomes BMA consultant workforce shortage report

Remedium welcomes solutions put forward in the recent BMA report on consultant shortages, but also advocates for a ‘recruitment first’ response to the healthcare staffing crisis.

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