The SHH! campaign is being supported by Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Hull York Medical School, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Hull City Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull CCG, East Riding of Yorkshire CCG, City Health Care Partnership CIC, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Hull.
Deborah Robinson, Director for Professional External Engagement, Faculty of Health Sciences, said: “The University has a good track record of recruiting both staff and students from Hull and the East Riding and beyond.
“We take great pleasure in working with our partners to provide a multi-professional skilled workforce for the region.
“The campaign will enhance the recruitment of both staff and students to this area, which is a great place to come to work, rest and play and a hidden gem.”
Dr Clare Killingback, who relocated from Bournemouth to take up the post of Programme Leader for Physiotherapy at the University of Hull, is one of the case studies highlighted in the campaign.
Dr Killingback said: “This was a once-in-a-career opportunity to start a physio programme from scratch. It’s been brilliant. I’ve loved it.”
She added: “We couldn’t quite believe what we could get for our money. We were living in a one-bedroom flat. Here, we have a fantastic house with a garden. I’m growing vegetables and (my partner) has got a music studio in the loft. Fabulous.”
You can follow the campaign on social media via #thesecretsout.
The campaign also has its own website with links to details of vacancies in the healthcare sector.