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209 questions about working at NHS
What would you do if a patient tells you something but asked you to keep it secret?
Answered 5 March 2017
No progression or development.
Answered 28 October 2018
Can you work remotely at NHS?
Asked 28 November 2018
It is highly unlikely that you’ll be able to work remotely in a Healthcare Support Worker role, as most tasks you’ll do are patient-facing in both community and inpatient settings eg taking observations, weights, blood pressure readings, supporting theatre or ward staff in their daily duties etc. Administrative tasks may include things like re-stocking stores or updating patient records.
Answered by NHS
27 October 2020
Retirement
Answered 2 October 2018
It’s about completing each task due to shortage of staff.
Answered 9 October 2018
lack of management support
Answered 26 September 2018
What is the dress code at NHS?
Asked 24 October 2018
Smart casual
Answered 24 October 2018
Rewarding but very stressful.
Answered 3 October 2018
Fast paced
Answered 26 September 2018
Ensure EAs were properly trained and supported
Answered 3 October 2018
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