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Medical scholarships, return service clause to address doctor shortage
 

Medical scholarships, return service clause to address doctor shortage

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To address the shortage and misdistribution of doctors in the Philippines, a lawmaker has filed a bill which seeks to distribute medical scholarships which would then require graduates to render work in the country for five years, two of which must be in government practice.
 
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23 Nov 2016 - General
 
A lot of doctors practice in the city for several reasons. First, practicing medicine in areas without adequate medical facilities can be very frustrating -- especially for the new graduates. Imagine knowing the diagnosis and the appropriate treatmen...
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Whooow! I never expected that doctor/patient ration. 1:33,000? I never thought it is tht much until I read or saw the figures in my own two eyes. And yes, I agree with ...
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I think that this is a sensible proposal. Currently, certain scholarships given out by national organizations like the Department of Science and Technology also require the recipient to remain in the country to render service for a number of years af...
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