More than 40 per cent of doctors in some areas were trained overseas

More than 40 per cent of doctors in some areas were trained overseas

The General Medical Council (GMC) said the medical profession was at a “crunch point” with high dependence on medics imported from overseas, who were now starting to turn their back on Britain. Its report shows that since 2012, the number of medical professionals on …
See Original Short article Stressed-out physicians have reached breaking point, alerts General Medical Council Doctors who trained abroad represent almost half of all those operating in parts of the UK as the occupation faces “crunch point” and more young medical professionals take time out due to stress. The General Medical Council’s yearly report stated that numerous regions …
See Original Post The Yorkshire Post states: NHS point of views– all parties to blame for personnel scarcity Twenty four hours after Labour claimed that there are 100,000 unfilled jobs, the General Medical Council states more than 40 per cent of medical professionals in some areas have trained overseas.
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See Original Short article Reliance on overseas physicians makes NHS susceptible to crisis after Brexit, cautions watchdog The NHS deals with a crisis

if the UK ends up being a less attractive place for foreign physicians after Brexit, the General Medical Council has alerted. Practically half of physicians in parts of the country were trained overseas suggesting the NHS labor force is particularly … See Original Article The surprise medical conditions you didn’t know you needed to tell

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to the DVLA if they believe they’re neglecting medical advice and still driving. But it’s at odds with the principles that say exactly what you discuss with a GP is private. See Original Short article NHS hospitals to release figures on preventable client deaths Advertising”They wish to be open and transparent and discover

from what happens but, frankly, we sometimes make that virtually difficult, where people are worried about lawsuits, about being struck off by the GMC( General Medical Council), about the … See Original Article

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