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Leaving your family and friends, and uprooting your life to pursue your dream takes grit. But that’s what each of the guests on this podcast have done. Each week we immerse ourselves in the stories of NHS professionals who have travelled here from overseas. If you have ever wondered about what it takes: the risks, the rewards and the unforgettable experiences that come from pursuing a life as a medical professional abroad? Then this podcast is for you. The opinions and views in this podcast ...
 
Take your running to the next level with these podcasts designed for graduates of the NHS Couch to 5K programme. Each podcast provides a structured run with music and coaching to develop your running technique, speed and stamina. The NHS Couch to 5K+ podcasts were produced with sports music experts AudioFuel, who specialise in making music to run to. For those who want to build some variety into their routine, another great podcast series to try is NHS Strength and flexibility.
 
Download the NHS Strength and flexibility podcasts and get your own personal trainer without the expense. Featuring Laura from the NHS Couch to 5k programme, these podcasts talk you through a series of equipment-free exercises to improve your strength and flexibility. Your goal is to work your way up to podcast 5 in five weeks, by doing each podcast three times a week. By week 5, you’ll be doing press-ups, squats and stretches with ease, feeling stronger, more flexible and full of energy. Fo ...
 
At Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community such as physical, mental health and specialist services. We provide integrated physical and mental health services for adults and older people; specialist mental health and learning disability services; children and young people’s mental health services; children’s communi ...
 
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David is a psychotherapist who specialises in end-of-life care. In his unique position of seeing people in their final moments, he reveals that he “can become something of a secular priest”. The main regret his patients have is that they were “deferring their lives”. The most heartening expressions he has heard before death is that his patients hav…
 
Tella is a nurse from the Philippines who has worked in the NHS since 2019. Her story reveals a surprising change in career-path from being on the point of completing a law degree and accepting a place on one of the most competitive internships in the country to deciding to become a nurse and to start a new life in the UK. Check out our website for…
 
Sarah is a Critical Care Nurse from Jamaica who moved to the UK along with her 16-year-old daughter 2 years ago. The desire to pursue a doctorate in nursing encouraged her to make the move, yet she describes trying to manage the struggles of adapting to a new culture in the midst of global uncertainty and challenge. This challenge is made particula…
 
Misbah, a nurse from Pakistan, is adjusting to living in the UK while confronting the sadness and trauma of having lost her grandfather during the Covid-19 pandemic. Not being able to attend his funeral due to the global lockdown, she describes being constantly reminded of him when treating her patients. Misbah’s story is deeply connected to family…
 
Honey is a nurse from India who, 6 months ago, decided to leave her one-year-old daughter and husband behind to work in the NHS. She describes making this decision as “the most painful thing” she has experienced. Despite this, she is motivated by the life that she is in the process of creating for her daughter and the opportunities that her sacrifi…
 
Tara is a doctor from Nepal who has been working at Watford General Hospital for the last year. Initially, she had no intention of being a practicing doctor: she had studied a Master’s degree in Public Health in the UK and had intended to start a career in research. However, her daughter’s illness encouraged her to take a very different direction w…
 
Vishakha is a doctor who travelled from her home in India to work in the NHS just under one year ago. She talks about the struggles she experienced in her native country during her first years in the profession, particularly the pain of being unable to provide treatment to those who needed it because they simply did not have enough money: “Seeing p…
 
Unlike many other foreign nationals who join the NHS, Jelena came here for reasons other than her own professional advancement. In fact, it was her husband’s ambitions of working in the motorsports industry which brought her here. Jelena thus found herself struggling to adapt to a new environment and a new culture, initially describing herself as a…
 
Rema’s story introduces us to an incredible experience of conflict, suffering and survival. While working as a doctor in Libya, she recounts operating in the midst of a civil war. The starkness of this reality is made even more vivid by her description of colleagues dying in front of her and the threat of violence and death facing her while she was…
 
Marielle, a Filipino nurse, explains how she has been inspired by the courage and strength of two of the people closest to her. She first speaks about her mum, the person whose example encouraged her to become a nurse and who she credits as being the reason for her being “successful and happy”. She then talks about the bravery of her friend who had…
 
Today we are given a powerful insight into a woman’s journey from a timid college student to a confident nurse. She describes two dramatic incidents which shaped her destiny, both involving the suffering of individuals that she was unable to do anything to prevent. After experiencing this, we learn how Resma made it her life’s mission to do somethi…
 
Today we're introduced to Midhun, a nurse from Kerala, India who began a new life in Middlesbrough one year ago. Midhun’s challenge has not only involved adapting to a brand new life in the UK but also dealing with being separated from his wife and young son. He also talks about managing his most challenging patients. Check out our website for the …
 
Samantha: a Sri Lankan nurse who came to work in the UK in 2018. She talks lovingly about her grandfather as the person who has been her greatest inspiration as well as detailing the personal health battles which have helped her connect more deeply with her patients. Samantha also details the battles she has had both professionally and personally d…
 
The fifth episode of “Our Voices” tells the story of Cynthia, a nurse from the Philippines who left her home two years ago in order to live and work in the UK. Growing up as the daughter of a pilot, she describes how she was used to being on the move from a young age; however, her decision to move to the UK would be more than just another flight. C…
 
Today, we learn about Hussein: a Junior Doctor who has taken a winding journey through Africa, the Middle East and Northern Europe to practise medicine in the UK. Hussain recounts growing up during a time of civil war, talking about the violence and chaos he experienced as he and his family were forced to travel to escape from war, hunger, poverty …
 
Today, we hear from Angel, a Filipino respiratory nurse who came to work in the UK two and a half years ago. She describes how a love for the Royal Family and an appreciation for James Bond motivated her move. She also talks about growing up in a family of healthcare professionals and the challenges she has faced in her nursing career. Check out ou…
 
In the second episode of the series “Our Voices”, we hear the story of JV, a Filipino nurse who came to work in the UK after eight years’ nursing experience in his home country. He talks about the challenges he had to face in order to make his healthcare dreams become reality and the sacrifices that he has had to make along the way. Check out our w…
 
The first episode of “Our Voices” centres around one-time “nurse of the year” Joan, an intensive care nurse who was born in Barcelona and travelled to work in the UK after experiencing a lack of job opportunities in Spain. He tells a story of how caring for a patient after a motorcycle accident taught him that human connection is the most important…
 
In this podcast we hear from Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust on its approach to inclusive recruitment, and how apprenticeships form a key part of this.We spoke to Raffaela Goodby, director of people and organisation development, and Lawrence Kelly, learning works coordinator, to discuss what inclusive recruitment means to the trust, why they…
 
Eighteen-year-old Marium fell ill at the same time as her brothers and sisters – whilst they all recovered she just got worse and a week into the illness she was struggling to breathe and couldn’t get out bed. An ambulance was called and when doctors assessed her they considered putting her straight onto a ventilator because her oxygen levels were …
 
Doctors in the UK are developing new ways of helping patients as they leave the hospital covid wards. Many will require medical follow up as they continue to recover at home and a new system provides that via virtual wards; with nurses in the community overseen by staff in the hospital to ensure the best care possible. It is an effective way of hel…
 
As the death toll continues to rise across the world, doctors are keen to learn from the spread of the virus so far and particularly how it took hold in large gatherings, with huge ripple effects across wider communities. With England on the brink of easing restrictions, the patterns of infection hold important lessons that might help keep people s…
 
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