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Hospice UK video shows the benefits of working in hospice care

01 October 2015

National charity for hospice care Hospice UK has produced a short video to support hospices with their staff recruitment, by encouraging more healthcare professionals to consider a career in hospice care.

Working in hospice care’ shares the views of a range of hospice professionals – including doctors, nurses, healthcare assistants and therapists – who explain what makes working in hospice care so special to them.

From strong staff support and development opportunities, to being able to spend quality time with patients and make a real difference to their lives, the video showcases the many benefits to forging a career in hospice care.

Hospice UK is encouraging hospices to use the video in their recruitment campaigns and embed the YouTube video on their websites and other digital channels.

Member hospices can also request the video file by contacting Hospice UK's head of publishing Daniel Ward.

Watch the video above or on the Hospice UK YouTube channel.

Wider recruitment support

The video is part of the national charity’s wider support for hospice recruitment. This also includes a hospice jobs advertising service and online processing of Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks (previously CRB checks).

Hospice UK also recently shared a stand with North London Hospice and St Joseph’s Hospice at the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair, the largest recruitment event for nurses in the UK.

Visit Hospice UK’s website to find out more about the range of support they provide.

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