How does the NHS use STEM skills?

The NHS has a huge range of staff that use science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills in their everyday jobs. Some of these roles may surprise you. For example, have you thought about the STEM skills that podiatrists (who treat feet and leg conditions), occupational therapists or nurses use?   Hear about what NHS staff do in their jobs and the all-important skills they need to carry out their roles well.   Learn about the challenges they face and why they chose to work in the NHS.   Also hear from a clinical engineer, pharmacist, children's physiotherapist and a biomedical scientist!  Make sure to take our careers quiz to find the NHS jobs that suit you:

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