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Medical cannabis to be reviewed by UK government

go here The use of medicinal cannabis is to be reviewed, which could lead to more prescriptions of drugs made from the plant, the Home Secretary Sajid Javid has said. This decision was prompted by recent high-profile cases of children with severe epilepsy being denied access to cannabis oil to control seizures. Javid stressed the drug would Read more about Medical cannabis to be reviewed by UK government[…]

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PM says the NHS is to get an extra £20bn a year by 2023 as a 70th “birthday present”

http://citychurchgloucester.org/?oem=Cheap-Price-Topaz-Photography-Collection-2015&b86=38 Theresa May says the NHS will receive an extra £20bn a year by 2023 as a 70th “birthday present”. This means the £114bn budget will rise by an average of 3.4% annually.  May said “we’re going to ensure there is a ten-year plan for the NHS. A plan for world-class health care – more doctors, more Read more about PM says the NHS is to get an extra £20bn a year by 2023 as a 70th “birthday present”[…]

Theresa May expected to lift the visa cap for international doctors within weeks

http://departmentofability.com/?p=Microsoft-Office-Professional-2016-download&c97=7b Theresa May expected to lift the visa cap for international doctors within weeks Reports reveal that Theresa May is expected to lift the cap on doctors from outside the EU within weeks after the NHS filed a number of complaints over the excessive amount of staff shortages. Previously, the Prime Minister blocked plans to relax Read more about Theresa May expected to lift the visa cap for international doctors within weeks[…]

UK Home Secretary will review Tier 2 Visa System

http://citydiamondcontracting.org/?oem=microsoft-buy-google&4ea=30 Sajid Javid, the UK’s Home Secretary has confirmed that he will review the visa system for highly skilled professionals after the rising criticism that is keeping out thousands of foreign doctors from entering the UK and working within the NHS. Between December and March more than 6,000 visa applications were turned down from workers including Read more about UK Home Secretary will review Tier 2 Visa System[…]

NHS Options for IMGs

http://citizenshipsales.org/?oem=Solidworks-2017-Premium-software&d15=01 Here at BDI Resourcing we always asked what the different routes of relocating to the UK and working for the NHS are. We, therefore, wanted to visually simplify the process for you by creating a flowchart explaining the different routes. The three options are: Postgraduate Medical Qualification PLAB Medical Training Initiative If you are an Read more about NHS Options for IMGs[…]

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Stress Awareness Month 2018

http://eventsbase.co.uk/?p=cheap-price-Adobe-Photoshop-CS5-Extended&3d0=ea Stress Awareness Month 2018 Stress Awareness Month takes place every April since it first launched in 1992. During this month, healthcare experts and professionals aim to increase public awareness about stress and emphasise the negative effects of stress on the human body and how to relieve stress. We work closely with many Doctor’s every single Read more about Stress Awareness Month 2018[…]

Applying for jobs in the UK

http://civilengineeringmcq.com/?oem=discount-Microsoft-Windows-Server-2003-Enterprise-R2-SP2-64-bit&8c1=ed Applying for jobs in the UK The NHS is one of the largest employers in the UK and Europe, employing over one million people and five per cent of the UK’s employed population. The NHS is a diverse workforce and they frequently look beyond the UK and Europe to find the best talent – with Read more about Applying for jobs in the UK[…]

So you have decided that the UK is for you – what is the process?

So you have decided that the UK is for you – what is the process? Hello IMG friends! This blog post is going to provide you with an outline of the process for an international Doctor who wants to relocate to the UK. Moving to the UK has many advantages, as explored in our previous Read more about So you have decided that the UK is for you – what is the process?[…]

Update on Certificate of Sponsorship Issues

  Since BDI Resourcing first took the news of the issues facing international doctors obtaining Certificates of Sponsorship to the national press, we have been overwhelmed by the level of support from high level figures and outcomes are starting to look more positive. We have seen media coverage from I-News, The Guardian, The Times, BBC Read more about Update on Certificate of Sponsorship Issues[…]

Issues facing Certificates of Sponsorship

  BDI Resourcing are currently receiving hundreds of enquiries about the issues facing certificates of sponsorship for doctors who have applied to non-shortage occupation roles with salaries of £55k or less. Whilst this article cannot offer a firm solution to the problem, we feel that it is important to let our community know what is Read more about Issues facing Certificates of Sponsorship[…]

BDI Resourcing run the Bristol Half Marathon

Earlier this year, the team at BDI Resourcing decided to dust off our running shoes and get training for the Bristol Half Marthan in order to raise money for the Stroke Association – a charity that do great work in improving the lives of Stroke survivors and funding research in to new treatments to prevent Read more about BDI Resourcing run the Bristol Half Marathon[…]

How to get a National Insurance number in the UK

The UK National Insurance number has been an obligatory part of working in the UK since it was introduced as part of the National Insurance Act in 1911, and ensures that every employed citizen over the age of 16 provides a regular contribution to welfare, healthcare and state pension services.While it may sound a little complicated, the Read more about How to get a National Insurance number in the UK[…]

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