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A Strong Pulse

By Emma Brennand on 13/03/17
Tagged in support workers

Over the last few weeks we have received some wonderful feedback for our branches. This feedback is not only lovely to read but is a testament to the hard, but thoroughly rewarding work that our support workers and nurses do every day, so we wanted to share some of it with you.

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Why i became a support worker?

By Emma Brennand on 21/02/17
Tagged in support workers

Support workers and carers play a vital role to the healthcare system as they are tasked with helping others and providing vital support to an individual’s life. To succeed you not only need core skills but also patience, compassion and understanding.

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What Doesn’t Kill Ya Makes Ya Stronger

By Mike Bowyer on 31/01/17
Tagged in james' blog

It has been six months since I put prodder to key pad, and to those of you who have missed the ramblings of a once reasonable mind apologies are due in abundance, together with some sort of explanation, which follows. But first, Happy New Years are due all round, as we look forward to the excitements of the coming few month.

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And the winner is…

By Jacey Roberts on 21/10/16

The Pulse Nursing & Care Awards recognise and celebrate the exceptional levels of compassionate care provided by Pulse nurses, midwives, healthcare assistants, operating department practitioners, carers and support workers throughout the UK.

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How to stay healthy on a busy schedule

By Tom Novotny on 23/08/16

Sticking to healthy habits with a hectic lifestyle can be extremely difficult. Cooking a balanced dinner just seems too much effort, heading to the gym after a long day of work is out of the question and eating biscuits in front of the television is just too tempting. However, this isn’t a good recipe to staying fit and healthy, so we have put together some tips to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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