'... a stranger in a strange land': the plight of refugee doctors in the UK.


million live in the world’s poorest countries, many in camps in conditions of extreme poverty and deprivation.2 The closure of state frontiers, the introduction of passports and the sheer volume of displaced people has eroded the right to asylum, which was considered an honour, and even the norm, in previous centuries. ‘Intake reduction measures’ aimed at… (More)