Overseas Trained Nurses To Be Allowed To Retrain For Scottish Jobs

by Medindia Content Team on  September 14, 2006 at 8:13 PM Nursing Profession News
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Overseas Trained Nurses To Be Allowed To Retrain For Scottish Jobs
Overseas-trained nurses will be given £5,000 to retrain themselves to work in the NHS in Scotland. Health minister Andy Kerr said that the Scottish Executive had put aside £1.25 million over two years on this plan.

This plan will be directed at nurses who are trained outside Europe and are not licensed to practice in Scotland, he added.

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