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Education of foreign physicians from developing countries



Education of foreign physicians from developing countries



Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie. Supplement. Kongressband. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie. Kongress 115: 832-835



Qualification as specialized consultants in Germany is nearly impossible today for doctors from developing countries. Due to the dense medical job market, foreigners from overseas countries have no chance of being hired for a normal hospital job, which is necessary to get the specialist education. The author, therefore, emphasizes the necessity to create new possibilities of financing such colleagues. The reputation of German medicine might depend to an important extent on such a possibility. It is just this period of professional formation that gives the most important practical professional education for the future work of the candidates. The author asks the German Association of Surgeons for public support of this problem.

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