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NHS pilot scheme taps into skills of refugee doctors
by Emma Jane Kirby
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18 July 2017
On 18 July 2017 BBC News reported:
A pioneering scheme that aims to harness the skills of refugees fleeing conflict and unrest in their home countries could help boost health services in north-east England. Middlesbrough has the highest number of asylum seekers in the UK. ... But many of the refugees are skilled professionals such as doctors or pharmacists, skills that happen to be in short supply in the area. Unable to practise their profession at home, they are embracing the opportunity to use their skills in an understaffed NHS [National Health Service].
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