Healthy Attitude; LOU PRENDERGAST Discovers Just How Important the Recruiting Process Is to NHS Greater Glasgow's Primary Care Division

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Healthy Attitude; LOU PRENDERGAST Discovers Just How Important the Recruiting Process Is to NHS Greater Glasgow's Primary Care Division


Byline: LOU PRENDERGAST

NHS Greater Glasgow's primary care division is the largest provider of primary care services in Scotland.

And over the last few years, services within primary care have been undergoing major changes and improvements.

Primary care services include community-based health services delivered by health professionals such as district nurses, community psychiatric nurses, health visitors, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, dieticians and podiatrists.

These professionals work in partnership with independent health contractors such as GPs, pharmacists, opticians and dentists to deliver services from local health/resource centres, clinics and practices.

Laura MacKenzie, recruitment account manager of NHS Greater Glasgow, will be part of the team representing the primary care division at this year's Nursing Times Live.

She said: 'We recruit on an ongoing basis for all types of staff but NT Live is special. It gives us the opportunity to meet with all kinds of people, from those still considering a career in nursing to those returning after several years away from the profession.

'It gives the recruitment team a fresh insight into the careers open to nurses and an understanding of the challenges that nurses face. When you recruit staff it's important to be able to relate to people and be more than just a voice on the phone. …

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