LONDON, May 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Sinolink Healthcare announces the launch of a new Observership Programme thatwill facilitate medical observership from India to the UK's National Health Service.
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Observers will be able to
The clinical elective programme is designed to enhance learning within the observers' medical specialism whilst gaining experience of the UK's NHS systems and procedures. Sinolink have well established links with the top university hospitals partners in the UK from which bespoke programmes are created.
Sinolink Observership Programmes:
Sinolink have run Observership programmes with medical practitioners from China for nearly ten years, in fact China sends the largest number of Observers to the UK over any other country.
The clinical and non-clinical programmes, range from hospital CEO management training to care assistant training, with the most popular being clinical attachment programmes for doctors and nurses. The programmes include clinical governance, risk management, leadership and complex patient care, as well as medical codes of conduct.
The benefits to observers include being exposed to a wide range of medical practices such as simulation labs, ward rounds, MDT (multi-disciplinary team) meetings, assimilation and theatre training.
Primary care classroom based learning gives each observer the chance to experience a typical NHS patient pathway.
For further information on Sinolink services please contact us on +44(0)1784-730828 or visit the web site at http://www.sinolink.co.uk
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
Sinolink is a healthcare education and training company. Its' expertise is based on providing, organising and managing collaborative partnerships in the United Kingdom for international doctors and nurses to experience the practices of the National Health Service.
?Sinolink believe these programmes are able to make a difference to healthcare by creating the opportunity for medical specialists to observe and share information in order to deliver the best possible service to their patients.
For further information on these services please contact Sinolink on +44(0)1784-730828 or visit the web site at http://www.sinolink.co.uk.
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