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How can you get a job as an Allied Health Professional in UAE?

Getting a physiotherapy job in Dubai can almost be like a catch 22 situation... " you need a work visa to work, but you need an employer to sponsor you to get a work visa...but you need to get your license to work as a physiotherapist... but you can't apply for a license till you pass the exams...but you don't even qualify to take the exams if you don't have a job offer...

So what can you do?

Well I have three suggestions, not necessarily recommendations, but these should help:

1. Send your CV to a recruitment agency in Dubai.

2. Search for jobs online by yourself. Here are some websites where you can search for physiotherapy jobs in Dubai or UAE generally:

LinkedIn
bayt.com
dubizzle.com
GNjobs.com
indeed.com
naukrigulf.com
careerjet.com
gulftalent.com

3. You can go to Dubai on a visit or tourist visa and search for jobs on ground. Buy their newspapers and pick up classifieds from supermarkets. Visit hospitals, health centers or gyms...


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ACSM Announces New Recommendations and Warnings Regarding Safety of Energy Drinks

Excessive caffeine consumption is dangerous for many, from children to Olympic athletes


INDIANAPOLIS –the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has released a new official statement regarding energy drinks, published today in the college’s clinical review journal, Current Sports Medicine Reports.“Energy Drinks: A Contemporary Issues Paper” provides helpful guidance and warnings regarding these beverages because of the dangers they present to at-risk populations, primarily children who are the most vulnerable and the target of marketing efforts.

“Energy drinks are extremely popular and concerns about their consumption are coming from every sector of society, which is why we’ve published these recommendations.”  said John Higgins, MD, FACSM. “Our review of the available science showed that excessive levels of caffeine found in energy drinks can have adverse effects on cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, renal and endocrine systems, as well as psychiatric symptoms. More …

Register with Health Match BC to see if you Qualify for Express Entry BC

Health Match BC is a free health professional recruitment service funded by the Government of British Columbia (BC), Canada.

They specialise in recruiting Canadian and internationally educated physicians, registered nurses and allied health professionals on behalf of BC's public (not private) health employers.

You can register with them here

Once you register  their allied health services team will review your training and experience to determine if you are likely to qualify to work as a physiotherapist.

Its always good to know for free than pay much for your ignorance.