refugee doctor

refugee doctor

A doctor whose passport has been stamped by the Home Office as a refugee and who has been given indefinite leave to remain in the UK with refugee status.
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despite the fact that they all go to Iranian refugee doctor and plot holder Ali (Djalili) for free advice.
NPC said it costs the NHS only pounds 10,000 to retrain a refugee doctor compared with pounds 250,000 to train a new doctor from scratch.
Whereas it takes at least seven years and [pound]200,000 to train a doctor from scratch in the UK, a refugee doctor already in Britain can be prepared and converted to practise in a few months at a cost of only [pound]3,000.
"It is vital that the potential contribution of refugee doctors is acknowledged, and that all efforts are made to ensure that their talents and enthusiasm are nurtured and developed - for the benefit of the refugee doctor, for the NHS and for the community as a whole." Scottish Socialist Leader Tommy Sheridan, said: "In a small country like Scotland we are desperate for skilled and unskilled workers to help us build a better place to live.
The council said it could cost as little as pounds 1,000 to prepare a refugee doctor topractise in the UK compared with pounds 250,000 to train someone from scratch.
The council said it could cost as little as pounds 1,000 to prepare a refugee doctor to practise in the UK compared with pounds 250,000 to train someone from scratch.
Every refugee doctor who has found employment in the NHS as a result of the programme shows that the support the Assembly Government has given has been a wise investment.'
The unique Welsh scheme to train refugee doctors initiated in 2002 remains world leading in its effectiveness, producing more than 100 GMC-registered doctors possibly saving the NHS some PS30m.
One of the charity's recent successes has been a partnership with North Tees Hospital, helping retrain and employ refugee doctors and health professionals.
The National Health Service and the British Medical Association have begun retraining refugee doctors, including many from Syria and Afghanistan, to fill the ranks of depleted clinics in U.K.
The New Refugee Doctors Project, run by the Bridges Programmes, in partnership with the BMA and NHS Education for Scotland will offer around 30 medics support to access training, language support and professional mentoring and the work experience they need to re-enter their profession.
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