A health partnership will look to other projects across Scotland in a bid to recruit more doctors to the north-east.
Concerns have been raised about the recruitment of doctors in the north-east.
“Please take a seat” may stop being the greeting of choice at GP surgeries, as a study will look at whether standing appointments should be rolled out across the NHS.
The amount spent by a north-east health board on agency staffing has increased by nearly £4 million.
A poor sense of smell may predict premature death, even among healthy individuals, research suggests.
Revellers have been urged to drink responsibility this festive season.
A talk is to be held discussing the first female medics to graduate from a city university.
Women are more likely to survive a heart attack if they are treated by a female doctor in hospital, a major study has shown.
NHS Grampian is preparing to seize a “Brexit opportunity” to boost recruitment efforts across the region.
Health bosses in the north-east have cut spending on agency workers to protect staffing budgets amid “ongoing recruitment challenges”, a new report said.
Concerns have been raised that proposed changes to NHS Grampian employee contracts could result in “major recruitment and retention problems” for the health board.
Coronation Street was the big winner at the British Soap Awards with the show’s grooming storyline earning actress Lucy Fallon two prizes.
People tend to exaggerate ailments and injuries when first asked about them– which could have implications for the way they are treated – according to a new study.
New £7.6 million Aberdeen health centre set to be completed by spring as fresh images reveal progress
New images released today reveal the progress on a new multi-million pound Aberdeen health centre.
Doctors are known to work long hours and a team of researchers at Google want to help them out by developing speech recognition technology targeted at the medical community.
Emmerdale was the big winner at this year’s Inside Soap Awards, taking home eight gongs including the top prize of the night.
A 47-year-old man who doctors thought had lung cancer was given the good news that the mass in his right lung wasn’t a tumour at all, but a toy traffic cone he inhaled as a child.
NHS doctors in the North-east received more than £4.6 million of bonuses last year, according to figures gathered by the Scottish Conservatives.
Doctors from Norway are sharing expertise with their NHS Grampian counterparts and vice versa in a bid to help tackle recruitment problems in both countries.
A patient survey has revealed the biggest problems with North-east GP practices.
More than £13 million was spent on agency doctors and nurses in NHS Grampian over a nine-month period.
PLANS have been lodged to build more than 100 homes in the grounds of a hospital in the hope it will address problems recruiting nursing and teaching staff across the North-east.