I've worked with hundreds of senior doctors and public health professionals across the UK and internationally over the last 6 years, supporting them with all aspects of their careers and professional lives. Many doctors and public health professionals tell me that they feel like they are floundering in their career, at a crossroads, are stuck in procrastination, are worried about burning out, or fear being able to sustain their role into the future. Others feel excited, and perhaps daunted by their leadership challenges.
The world of public health is changing fast. To tackle growing health issues, we need to stay on top of the latest trends and developments in the field. Modern digital technologies may have some of the answers. For those developing a career in public health, these trends are likely to shape the future of the profession. Here are 5 of the most exciting digital public health trends that you need to know about right now
In this article, we have Dr Fiona Day share her insights on how public health leaders can Improve team effectiveness through creating psychologically safe work environments.
Many of us reach a point in our careers that we know it's time to move on from a job. Whether it's to pursue a new career opportunity, improve your salary or leave a dissatisfying position, it's essential to quit on as positive a note as possible. This guide aims to help you quit your job the right way.
There are several ways to give your CV a boost and gain skills that potential employers are after. In this article, we share our top 5 tips.
Whether you're just starting out in your public health career, taking it to the next level, or simply changing to something new, your LinkedIn profile can help you bring your career story to life. In this post, we have put together some videos to help you explore how to build a profile that tells the story of your career journey.