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azskeptic
11-09-2009, 10:29 AM
More difficult for non-EU grads to pursue training (http://www.imn.ie/index.php/current-issue/news/2623-more-difficult-for-non-eu-grads-to-pursue-training)

SaphenaVarix
11-29-2009, 09:48 PM
the title of this thread is not only mis-leading to the content of the link, but isn't even right in general.

should read - harder for non-EU medical grads to pursue training pathways in Ireland and the UK

kinda misleading

azskeptic
11-29-2009, 09:52 PM
Thanks for clarifying


the title of this thread is not only mis-leading to the content of the link, but isn't even right in general.

should read - harder for non-EU medical grads to pursue training pathways in Ireland and the UK

kinda misleading

maximillian genossa
12-10-2009, 06:50 AM
"PLAB and TRAS have to be passed as well as the English exam to allow registration in Ireland. While for many this is an irritating obstacle it is, I guess, no different to our own graduates having to achieve ECFMG [Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates] certification and pass USMLE [US Medical Licensing Examination] to practice or train in the US."

And ????? What's the big deal?







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