Overseas-trained staff: the critical issues

May 2011

There is a long history of using overseas-trained clinical staff within the NHS, but how can the recruitment process be improved to avoid the mistakes that have been highlighted by recent inquests? ANDREW ANASTASIOU comments on the key issues and offers some valuable advice.

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