Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Why Hong Kong should scrap internship rule for foreign-trained doctors working in city

  • The definition of clinical experience in lieu of internship is unclear and unfair
  • Their stay in the public health care institutes during the working period should enable them to attain the required objectives of an internship

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s public health care sector needs an urgent injection of doctors, and hurdles should not be placed in the way of overseas-trained specialists. Photo: Shutterstock
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