What's great about living in England and working for the NHS - LIVE WEBINAR - 15th March 2023

Attention all overseas nurses! Are you planning to move to England to work at the NHS? Are you wondering what it’s like to live in a new country and work in a new healthcare system? Then you won’t want to miss our upcoming live webinar on 15th March, 2023 at 6:30pm UK time, where you will learn everything you need to know about cultural adaptation, pastoral care, and Duty of Candour when caring for patients in England.

During the webinar, you will hear from experienced professionals who have successfully navigated the challenges of moving to a new country and working in a new healthcare system. They will share their personal experiences and offer practical tips on how to adapt to a new culture and thrive in your new role as a nurse at the NHS.

We will also cover important topics such as pastoral care, which is a vital part of the support system for healthcare workers, and Duty of Candour, which is a legal duty for healthcare professionals to be open and honest with patients and their families when something goes wrong.

By attending this webinar, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of what it’s like to live and work in England as a nurse, and you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and tools you need to succeed in your new role. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with other nurses who share your experience.

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is planning to move to England to work at the NHS, and particularly for overseas nurses who may be unfamiliar with the cultural differences and legal obligations in the UK. So don’t miss out – register now for our live webinar on 15th March and get ready for an informative and engaging session that will prepare you for your new life and career in England!

Don’t delay and register today!

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What's great about living in England and working for the NHS - 15 March 2023
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2 April 2023

Namibia Venue TBD

We will be in Southern Africa in March with recruiters from SWYPFT conducting in-person live interviews with qualified registered nurses. NELFT is looking to interview the following nursing specialities:

Mental Health • Learning Disability

Newly registered, motivated nurses will be considered. English Training available to qualified candidates. Please click on the link below for more information and to register.

You could qualify as a Mental Health Nurse!

The NHS is looking for registered nurses with “transferable skills” to work with a variety of Mental Health patients. Transferable skills include:

  • Work on a psych or mental health unit / ward / department (even if some years back),
  • Care of mental health patients in community as part of community case load,
  • Forensic (prison) Nursing,
  • Care of older adults with dementia / Alzheimer’s,
  • Care of mental health patients on medical ward / Emergency Department or during transfers to referral hospital,
  • Care of patients with moderate to severe Learning Disability e.g., in conjunction with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other disorder (This could be personal, rather than professional experience),
  • Care of children with Learning Disability or Mental Health condition on Paediatric ward.

If you have experience with any of these skills, please consider applying as a Mental Health nurse.


South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SWYPFT) has a catchment of 1 million people from a variety of backgrounds and they provide community, mental health and learning disability services to this catchment area, including the people who live in Barnsley, Calderdale, Wakefield and Kirklees.

SWYPFT work in partnership with different NHS organisations and local authorities and departments within the government. The trust strives to deliever a high quality service to all patients and strongly believes in working in partnership is vital to achieve this. The trusts services in the community are well supported by hospital inpatient services to ensure that when patients are identified as requiring hospital assessment and support this can quickly be arranged.


NEU Professionals is known for our award-winning recruitment services in the medical and healthcare communities around the world. But we know that we cannot do it alone without the support of our partners here in the UK and abroad. This support helps give us credibility and connections among local communities and stakeholders, as well as lasting support for our candidates both before and after they arrive in the UK.

Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG)

Representing Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector

Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG)Zambia Union of Government and Allied Workers (UG) is an institution to represent Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector of the Zambian government.

UG endeavours to educate workers on the policies of government and how they can positively contribute to attain a sound and equitable economy. Realising how bankrupt workers in government are in terms of information related to their conditions of service, disciplinary code of conduct and ethics in the public service, UG provides a platform to inculcate these values through discussion. Last but not the least, they act as an information corner for all correspondence aimed to enlighten the membership folk.

Learn more about this organization by contacting them at info@ugzambia.org