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Review a variety of job vacancies in Sheffield with BMJ Careers! Covering not only Sheffield but other local towns and cities within or close to Yorkshire like Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster and Wakefield - Whether part time, full time, private or NHS, BMJ Careers is the leading platform for medical and doctor jobs!

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  • GP Update 5-Day Global Programme

    • Primary Care International
    • United Kingdom, England, South East England, Oxfordshire

    15-19 June 2020, Oxford, UK   As doctors practising family medicine within primary care structures, we want to stay up to date, but the task is a formidable one. We want...

  • The BMJ Awards 2020

    • The BMJ Awards

    Submissions now open: Have you completed an exceptional project in 2019 that deserves to be recognised? Healthcare teams across the country continue to face a rising tide of ...

  • Head and neck radiotherapy challenges

    • Royal College of Radiologists
    • United Kingdom

    Head and neck cancer radiotherapy planning is becoming ever more intricate and literally more focused. This study day will cover the latest developments in head and neck oncolog...

  • Essentials of Neurosciences for the MRCS Exam

    • Doctors Academy
    • United Kingdom, Wales, South East Wales

    The basic sciences of Neurology and Neurosurgery are principal components of the MRCS syllabus and frequently included in the MRCS Part A and Part B examinations. This one-day i...

  • How to Manage: Benign haematological problems

    • Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
    • United Kingdom

    A one-day course focusing on investigating, diagnosing and managing common haematological problems in children and young people, such as sickle cell d