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  • Q&A with Dr Chuni: How to look after your own health whilst you are busy looking after everyone else’s

    Q&A with Dr Chuni: How to look after your own health whilst you are busy looking after everyone else’s

    Tuesday, July 6, 2021

    We sit down with Dr Akshay Chuni, an A&E locum doctor who worked across the North West of England throughout the once in a lifetime pandemic that brought the globe to a standstill. We discuss a day in the life of an emergency doctor, the importance of keeping fit and how toilet roll became the hot commodity of 2020.

  • Meet the mum, hockey captain and principal recruitment consultant who is at the top of all her games

    Meet the mum, hockey captain and principal recruitment consultant who is at the top of all her games

    Thursday, June 24, 2021

    Balancing a career, motherhood and captain of the hockey team sounds like an impossible task but our principal recruitment, Christina Cassidy, shares with us how you really can have it all.

  • This is so inspiring

    This is so inspiring

    Friday, June 11, 2021

    We talk to Toni Banks, one of A-list Business Support Officers, about how she went from lazybones to long-distance marathon training all because of lockdown.

  • Is our team built on good word?

    Is our team built on good word?

    Tuesday, June 8, 2021

    How do we feel about referring our friends and colleagues to work with A&E Agency?

  • We ask our team about the celebration of Ramadan and uncover some of the challenges and their tips for fasting safely

    We ask our team about the celebration of Ramadan and uncover some of the challenges and their tips for fasting safely

    Monday, May 3, 2021

    Amid a global pandemic, most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims will be observing the holy month of Ramadan in some form. We talk to those in our team who are abstaining from eating during daylight hours and uncover some of the challenges and their tips for fasting safely.

  • A day in the life of an NHS surgeon observing Ramadan

    A day in the life of an NHS surgeon observing Ramadan

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

    A&E Agency speaks to one of our locum surgeons about a typical day in the life of a doctor working with the NHS during the spiritual month of Ramadan and with the added pressures of covid. We find out their challenges during fasting and the discipline it takes to overcome these and if the absence of food or the absence of movement has a greater impact.

  • COVID-19 testing now available for our doctors

    COVID-19 testing now available for our doctors

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020

    As an essential worker, all A&E Agency doctors and members of their household are eligible for coronavirus tests.

  • Brexit update: Let us help you prepare

    Brexit update: Let us help you prepare

    Friday, January 31, 2020

    Today is Brexit day. From the 31 January 2020, there will be a transition period while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements. At A&E Agency, it's business as usual however, we want to ensure our valued doctors and healthcare professionals from the EU feel as prepared as possible during the transition period.

  • HMRC issues warning to employees working through umbrella companies

    HMRC issues warning to employees working through umbrella companies

    Friday, August 24, 2018

    HMRC have sent out a warning to all workers - including doctors - who use umbrella companies to manage their income. The warning has been issued following a number of cases of umbrella companies and recruitment agencies claiming they can reduce employees’ tax liability and increase the percentage of pay that employees can take home.

  • NHS70: Why the NHS is still so important

    NHS70: Why the NHS is still so important

    Thursday, July 5, 2018

    Today, as the National Health Service celebrates its 70th anniversary, we want to look at why it is still such an invaluable institution to the British people.
    When the NHS was founded and launched by Aneurin Bevan in 1948, it was the first time hospitals, doctors, pharmacists, nurses and dentists were brought together under one organisation to provide free health services to everyone in the UK.