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University of Leeds Careers Centre Blog Sophie Goddard graduated from Leeds with a BA in Geography in 2013 and successfully gained a place on the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. Here she shares her experiences and tips on the application process. My role Act FAST shows anyone can be a stroke saver The Act FAST campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the signs of stroke, will air its TV advert today. The advert shows the symptoms we should look for to identify someone suffering from a stroke, making everyone a potential stroke saver. Watch the TV advert: The common symptoms of stroke are: facial weakness - can the person smile? Has their mouth or eye drooped?
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Health service manager: job description Health service managers are responsible for the strategic, financial and day-to-day management of general practitioner, local authority and hospital health services. What does a health service manager do? Typical employers | Qualifications and training | Key skills The National Health Service (NHS) and private clinics and hospitals employ health service managers. Some managers specialise in a specific area such as finance, human resources or IT.
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