New scheme for Indian doctors in UK to plug shortages
The UK has launched a new placement scheme to bring in doctors from India to plug shortages in the emergency departments of its state-funded National Health Service.

The first set of 20 Indian doctors will be brought in to Manchester in northern England this year to help out in the region's eight Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments.

Their placement is expected to run for up to three years, with the scheme also likely to be extended to other regions of the country....

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