Educational support for overseas-trained doctors

M R Kidd, A Zulman
Medical Journal of Australia 1994 January 17, 160 (2): 73-5
Overseas-trained doctors face a number of obstacles in the process of seeking to become registered to practise medicine in Australia. Educational support programs have been developed in all states to assist overseas-trained doctors to prepare for the examinations of the Australian Medical Council. We describe our experiences in providing such support and detail the educational needs we have identified of overseas-trained doctors migrating to Australia.

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