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December, 2014

Festive Season Edition

Another Festive Season is upon us, bringing with it the hustle and bustle of Christmas and New Year celebrations. We celebrate in many ways, and most of us look forward to a well-earned break to spend time with family and friends. As you go about your preparations this year, take some time to think of those who are working extra hours so that we can shop, eat and be merry […] Continue reading →

 

September, 2014

Spring Edition

September is the official beginning of Spring in Australia. School holidays come around again and outdoor activities increase. The trees and flowers are blooming all around us, encouraging us to throw off the winter blues! There is much folklore around springtime and the spring Equinox, one of the four great solar festivals of the year which occurs on Sept 23. Also known as the vernal […] Continue reading →

 

July, 2014

The XX Commonwealth Games Edition

The 2014 Commonwealth Games (officially the XX Commonwealth Games) will be held in Glasgow, Scotland from 23 July to 3 August.  The Commonwealth Games is an international, multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. The event was first held in 1930 and has taken place every four years ever since (except in the 1940’s during World War II) […] Continue reading →

 

June, 2014

Queen’s Birthday Edition

This coming Monday 9th June, most of Australia, Except WA, will celebrate the Queen’s Birthday with a Public Holiday. Western Australia has its holiday later in the year, usually the last Monday in September. Many of us will have a day off work, making it a long weekend. This gives us an extra chance to do something with our families or to visit a sporting event. Some people […] Continue reading →

 

April, 2014

Easter & Anzac Day Edition

The mid-Autumn temperatures have started their slide into winter – April has come once again bringing school holidays and this year, two long weekends in a row for Easter and Anzac Day. This will create all sorts of challenges for practices with potentially fewer available appointments and staff shortages due to school holidays […] Continue reading →

 

March, 2014

Autumn Edition

The summer fades and the weather turns crisp. This is another of nature’s cycles ushering in the Autumn Season. The air becomes colder and the leaves change. Everything slows down and the days shorten. Jackets are brought out from the back of the wardrobe and necks protected with beautiful scarves – the wind has a way of overcoming the immune system and Practices start to […] Continue reading →

 

February, 2014

Corporate Edition

The purpose of the Medical Recruitment Newsletter is to supply your organisation with the latest industry news and the best support in Permanent & Locum GP and Support Staff […] Continue reading →

 

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December, 2013

Festive Season Edition

The Festive Season is upon us! It’s time for presents, reflections and new resolutions at the end of another big year and we all deserve a good well-earned hug from Santa. We would like to share some interesting history about the man in red and the significance of New Year’s Day. Santa Claus is a figure with legendary, mythical, historical and folkloric origins who,[…] Continue reading →

 

October, 2013

Melbourne Cup Edition

The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s major thoroughbred horse race. Marketed as “the race that stops a nation”, It is the richest “two-mile” handicap in the world, and one of the richest turf races. Conducted by the Victoria Racing Club on the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria, the event starts at 3pm (daylight saving time) on the first Tuesday in November.[…] Continue reading →

 

September, 2013

Spring Celebration Edition

Spring and “Springtime” refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection, and regrowth.  After the shorter days of winter, we progressively enjoy more daylight until, at the spring equinox, days are close to 12 hours long with day length increasing further as the season progresses into Summer.  In Spring, the axis of the Earth is increasing its tilt […] Continue reading →

 

July, 2013

Christmas in July Edition

Winter celebrations themed around Christmas are becoming increasingly popular in Australia and many other countries located in the southern hemisphere. There is something to be said for experiencing a cold weather Festive Season.  If you are planning your own Christmas in July celebration, you may benefit from this list of DO’s and DON’Ts. […] Continue reading →

 

 June, 2013

Queen’s Birthday Edition

The Queen’s Birthday long weekend is celebrated to recognise the birthday of our Monarch.  Like it or not, Australia has maintained its ties to the British Commonwealth since its own humble beginnings over 200 years ago. Despite constant grumblings by the Republican Movement we remain the largest of the sixteen Commonwealth realms that share Queen Elizabeth II as their […] Continue reading →

 

 May, 2013

Mother’s Day Edition

Mother’s Day is a celebration honouring mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in March, April or May. The modern holiday of Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother in America. She then began a […] Continue reading →

 

 March, 2013

Easter & St Patrick Edition

Easter is almost here! This Christian holiday celebrates the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  It is held each year by Western Christians on the first weekend after the first full moon following the northern spring equinox.  This holiday is also a very happy celebration for children, and the young at heart, who receive chocolate eggs from the Easter Bunny, who hides them […] Continue reading →

 

February, 2013

Valentine’s Day Edition

February brings us to the international day of love and the celebration of romance. Where did this tradition come from?  It’s not just a commercial holiday – there are romantic legends of a martyred priest who is said to have continued wedding young soldiers to their brides against the Emperor Claudius’s wishes. Claudius believed his soldiers fought for him fearlessly when they had […] Continue reading →

 

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 December, 2012

Christmas Edition

It’s the end of the year yet again! Right about now we start to remember why the ‘Festive Season’ is often called the ‘Silly Season’.  On the one hand, there’s the excitement of shopping, presents, decorations and summer holidays… on the other, children have started the long school holidays, patients are increasingly demanding, and staff shortages make it difficult to manage the […] Continue reading →

 

 September, 2012

Spring Edition

It’s finally Spring and everyone seems to have their own cue that Spring has arrived.  This change of season brings feelings of renewal, sunshine and maybe the best part – warmth.  For us it’s a time to pack up winter clothes, get outdoors and embrace Australia as it blooms with beautiful flowers and new life.  Let’s not forget, the days are getting longer and spring marks the return […] Continue reading →

 

 July, 2012

Jolly July Edition

July is a busy month in all businesses, but particularly so in medical practices! The new financial year brings with it new budgets, tax returns and planning for the New Financial Year. The cold and flu season is in full swing, jamming appointment books and placing pressure on doctors and staff! To lighten the mood at this sometimes difficult time of year, many people celebrate[…] Continue reading →

 

 March, 2012

Easter Edition

Medical Recruitment has had a terrific start to the year!  We have embarked on an exciting expansion plan, so there may be some new faces on staff very soon to ensure that all of our clients are looked after.  Our database of doctors has never looked better, so we look forward to being able to deliver our best service to you by finding the right doctor for your practice […] Continue reading →