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5 top tips to support newly-hired managers

When recruiting and hiring a new manager for your care service, the week before and the first few weeks in your organisation are the most important time to ensure your new recruit becomes an effective and intrinsic part of your team.  Samuel Barrington, the Chief Executive of Care Improvement Associates has over 23 years of care, quality and compliance experience. He understands the importance of recruiting the right manager for your service and making sure they are set up well from day one in your organisation.

Enhancing Your Optometry Studies

I may have been qualified for several years now, but I still think back to my time at university and think what I could have done better to prepare for my life as an optometrist. I’ve been lucky enough to earn a place on the Professional Certificate in Glaucoma at Cardiff University and these memories and thoughts are beginning to shape how I plan my studies again. Here are some ways that I have found that will help you make the most of your time at university and prepare you for pre-registration and your future job in optometry.

Confessions of a New Graduate Vet: The Euthanasia Consult

The first euthanasia consult you do will no doubt be nerve wracking. It’s a very upsetting time for owners and you just want everything to go as smoothly as possible for them and the animal. Over my first year in practice, I have developed a protocol for how I do them to make sure I cover everything. It helps to calm my own nerves with this mental checklist too!

Starting life as an Audiology student? Year 1 - what to expect by Teaching Fellow of HEA, Saira Hussain, Aston University

Saira Hussain is the Teaching Fellow at HEA at Aston University and with the new term well underway she has shared her thoughts on what new Audiology students can expect from their first year at uni...