Warning as some foreign doctors avoid Irish exams

Warning as some foreign doctors avoid Irish exams

Doctors who qualified in Sudan, Malaysia and Pakistan no longer have to sit clinical exams in Ireland before they start work

Doctors who qualified in Sudan, Malaysia and Pakistan no longer have to sit clinical exams in Ireland before they start work.

The Medical Council, which regulates doctors, confirmed it did not require doctors who had completed internships in these countries to sit clinical exams in this country.

Ireland’s position deviates from that of other English-speaking countries.

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