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GUEST,musket again Osborne wrong: UK immigration needed (174* d) RE: Osborne wrong: UK immigration needed 20 Jul 13


Under The Health and Social Care Act 2008 and before then The Care Standards Act 2000, the private hospitals under practicing privileges have preferred to use consultantswwith NHS contracts working in their spare time. Having NHS contracts, they don't need to appraise or provide training etc

Very rare to have a consultant in private practice who isn't an NHS consultant for at least 10 sessions per week. Mind you, most private hospitals need to rely on NHS work to survive.

We all want good health care yet many politicians and media fail to see how the international aspects in many ways help solve most of the problems.

Mind you. .. when we were in New Zealand a while ago, we started looking in estate agents windows. . They are crying out for my responsible adult's specialty. Professional workforce planning is truly international these days. My parents never worked far from where they were born. I have lived abroad and my brother hasn't worked in The UK since the late 70s.

Times change and immigration is and always has been a factor.


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