Scottish campaign to lure doctors across the border focuses on ‘exciting’ opportunities

A Scottish government campaign aimed at recruiting junior doctors from across the UK could prove successful if it can effectively demonstrate a decent work/life balance for new starters, agencies say.
Tue, 9 Feb 2016

A Scottish government campaign aimed at recruiting junior doctors from across the UK could prove successful if it can effectively demonstrate a decent work/life balance for new starters, agencies say.

The campaign, launched at the weekend, saw Scotland’s health secretary Shona Robison urge junior doctors to consider “exciting” opportunities in...

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