Gastroenterology training in private hospitals: India vs South Africa.

@article{Mulder2010GastroenterologyTI,
  title={Gastroenterology training in private hospitals: India vs South Africa.},
  author={Chris Jacob Johan Mulder and Amarender Singh Puri and Duvvur Nageshwar Reddy},
  journal={World journal of gastroenterology},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 8},
  pages={948-52}
}
In South Africa, nurses and doctors are emigrating in significant numbers. Job satisfaction, safety and ensuring career progression are important in retaining doctors to make a career in Republic of South Africa (RSA). Due to budgetary constraints many hospitals have not been upgraded. Coming home after overseas training seems difficult. In RSA it takes a minimum of 13 years for a young specialist to become registered and 15 years for subspecialists. Career progression, creating more specialist… CONTINUE READING

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