March 25, 2010
"In the last year, just 46 per cent of its referrals have involved doctors trained in the UK". Cu alte cuvinte 54% sunt scoliti in alta parte decat UK. Eu cred ca asta spune numai jumatate de poveste.
Sa vad daca am inteles cum merge cu rephrasing-ul. Cum ar suna "In the last year, as much as 46 per cent of
its referrals have involved doctors trained in the UK".
"And 40 per cent involved non-white doctors from outside Europe, the analysis reveals." si continui eu "60% erau uaiţi din Europa, dar nu majoritar din Marea Britanie". " Non-white doctors from outside Europe" implica cam…restul lumii; cam greu sa ii pui pe toti in aceeasi oala. De remarcat insa ca pe site-ul GMC-ului nu apar absolventi din US ca fiind in primele 20 de tari inregistrate – probabil pentru ca nu sunt. Asadar, restul lumii, dar fara US. Ce ramane? Pai daca ne uitam tot pe site-ul GMC-ului primele doua tari ca si numar de medici de origine nebritanica inregistrati sunt India (10.8%) si Pakistan (3.4%). Cand pui "non-white" langa India si Pakistan…oricum o dai, suna rau. Eu unul nu as vrea sa am de-a face cu o institutie care proceseaza oamenii in termeni de "non-white". Dupa cat am scris fara diacritice de data asta voi face un efort: cum ar suna "non-uaiţii fac asta, non-uaiţii fac aia, non-uaiţii au o dinamică interesantă".
Oricum, buna observatie Ssquirrel. Fratele cel Mare e cu ochii pe noi.
July 13, 2009
Overseas doctors need more support - assessors (16/02/2011)
The NHS needs to strengthen the induction and support provided for overseas-trained doctors to prevent later problems, experts claimed yesterday.
Most referrals to the National Clinical Assessment Service involve international medical graduates, according to a new analysis.
In the last year, just 46 per cent of its referrals have involved doctors trained in the UK.
And 40 per cent involved non-white doctors from outside Europe, the analysis reveals.
In total the NCAS had referrals about 367 doctors. The doctors were overwhelmingly male and mostly over the age of 40.
Director Professor Alastair Scotland said: "We are not generalising. Most doctors from outside the UK do excellent work for the NHS and the service depends a great deal on them and the skills they bring. But these statistics show clearly that there is a greater likelihood of concerns being raised in some groups than others."
He said: "We consistently find higher levels of concern in older age groups, which might be telling us something about the educational needs of doctors at the later stages of their careers.
"We also find fewer concerns amongst women at all ages. The reasons for that are less clear and it is therefore important we see more research in that area."
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